Department News and Events
Sheldon Solomon Presents:
February 27, 2015
12:30-1:30, 307 Rockwell Hall
Karl Stern Archives
Karl Stern was a prominent Montreal psychiatrist in the middle of the last century whose books, including Pillar of Fire and Flight From Woman, contained important reflections on psychology, religion and culture that drew on the traditions of Judaism, Catholicism and psychoanalysis. In addition, he maintained a rich correspondence with figures as profound and diverse as Freud, Jung, C.S. Lewis, Reinhold Niebuhr and Dorothy Day. On October 10, 2014 a dedication ceremony was held in the Simon Silverman Center where the archives will be housed.
This page is your source for information about student organizations in psychology, schedules, news, and other resources about the Psychology Department at Duquesne University. For the latest scheduling and course information visit this page often during the semester for updates.
Here you will find a list of the most recent Dissertation Defenses presented by our Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Students.
Congratulations to our recent awardees!
Jonathan Yahalom with Dean Swindal, Provost Austin and Dr. Laubscher after receiving his award for
Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching
Heather Jones with Drs. Goldberg, Kranjec, and Laubscher after receiving her award for
Sugandh Dixit receiving the
Holveck Essay Award
Regional Undergraduate Psychology Conference
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Just out: the newest issue of the Alumni Newsletter
Congratulations to Sugandh Dixit!
Awarded McAnulty College & Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Outstanding Poster titled: Journey of an Orphan: Along the Personal and Myth
Cost effectiveness of psychological services
by Dr. Roger Brooke and Jeremy Axelrad, Duquesne University
Summary Review of the Literature, Cost effectiveness of psychological services has been distributed widely. Read it here.
Brian Delate presents:
Each year, the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center holds a Symposium on a specific theme, featuring internationally renowned scholars in phenomenology.