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Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology receives 10-year re-accreditation from the American Psychological Association
With a rich 40-year history, the School of Professional Psychology has nationally acclaimed faculty and a rigorous curriculum to prepare the next generation of psychologists.
Wright State announced plans to return to teaching on its Dayton and Lake Campuses for the fall 2020 semester on Aug. 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses.
Wright State graduate student Janelle Dixon serving national leadership position in The Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle
Janelle Dixon plans to turn her passion for social justice advocacy to pursue a career as a forensic psychologist after earning a doctoral degree from the Wright State School of Professional Psychology.
Wright State graduate student Gillian LaRue serving national leadership position in The Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle
Gillian LaRue is pursuing a PsyD. at the Wright State School of Professional Psychology and hopes to work with patients at a state mental hospital after graduating.