Department of Psychology at Illinois State University

Students

Since the inception of the graduate sequence in Developmental Psychology in 1985, many students have completed their degrees, gone on to doctoral study, and moved into a wide range of rewarding academic and applied careers. While at Illinois State University, students work with faculty on research, generate their own projects, and frequently present their work at national, international, regional, and state conferences. Our students also publish their original works in a wide range of academic journals. Illinois State University further supports the professional activities of our students through its annual Graduate Research Symposium. To support the applied goals of our students, professional apprenticeships in a variety of community agencies, as well as apprenticeships in college teaching, are available.

By following the links at the left, you will learn about the students currently enrolled in the Developmental Psychology Sequence. You will also learn about the graduates of our program -- their professional activities, projects, further degrees, and careers.