Program Meetings Spring 2021:
January 29th: HP program meeting (1pm)
February 5th: Faculty only (1pm)
February 12th: Student only meeting (2pm)
February 19th: HP program meeting (2pm)
March 5th: Faculty only (1pm)
March 12th: Student only meeting (2pm)
March 19th: HP program meeting (2pm)
April 9th: Faculty only (2pm)
April 16th: Student only meeting (2pm)
April 23rd: HP program meeting (2pm)
May 7th: HP program meeting (2pm)
Note: All meetings will be in remote format.
Information for Current Students
If you are planning on traveling on University business this year please read the Travel Guidelines before you make any arrangements! Please visit the main office (Colvard 4018) with any additional questions before travel.
- Student Handbook
- Health Psychology Forms
- Health Psychology Graduate Courses Two Year Schedule
- 2020-2021 Graduate School Catalog
iThenticate - New requirement for doctoral dissertations and scholarly projects
Beginning Fall 2019, the Graduate School will require all doctoral students to submit their dissertations to iThenticate, a plagiarism detection service. This tool checks documents against published items, so this process should educate and protect students from inadvertent plagiarism.
This must take place prior to the final defense, and doctoral dissertation committees are expected to review the resulting Similarity Report along with the final, pre-defense draft of the dissertation. Committee members will now sign the Final Defense Report not just to indicate that the student has passed his or her final defense, but also in order to verify the originality of the dissertation.
Visit the iThenticate tab under Current Students on the Graduate School webpage to learn more. Training videos are available there for students and faculty.
For further information please contact Dr. Aura Young, Doctoral Student Support Specialist.