The business of psychology and professional credentialing.
Because Psychology is a science of human behavior, it is critical for our faculty and graduate students to understand and embrace diversity of human experiences. To foster skill development, experiential learning, and community action to promote diversity and inclusion, we offer a departmental Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Series.
Ethical in the sense that opportunity should be provided to all and such opportunity results in a more dynamic community of faculty, staff and students. Essential because inclusion of disciplines, ideas, insights, and values is fundamental for strong science.
Check out the article about Amanda here: Check out the article about Shara here: Diversity Travel Award Check out Dr. Check out the article on Manasia here: Check out the article from September Check out this article from November Foti, along with Rob Knee, Jessie Huang, and Nicole Thompson were studying how to improve the effectiveness of interdisciplinary work teams.
Interdisciplinary Work Teams Spring January 27th: Safe Spaces and Brave Spaces: Inclusive Pedagogy, led by Michelle Deramo March 27th: Responding in the Moment, led by Alicia Cohen April 15th:The Psychology Department at UNLV is committed to enhancing knowledge and awareness of issues of diversity and multiculturalism in research, teaching, and clinical training.
Research The Psychology Department at UNLV is committed to understanding diversity issues and enhancing multicultural awareness and competence.
“Diversity brings about the opportunity to learn new perspectives and, in so doing, to increase creativity and innovativeness for both individuals and groups” (Gruman, Schneider, & Coutts, ). The Department of Psychology is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all students, faculty and staff.
The Department works with the support of our Diversity Committee to: Create a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive environment for all faculty, students and staff.
Although diversity means trying as hard as we can to know our biases and the need to address societal oppression in our work, we also need to know our patients, friends and colleagues.
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology ® seeks to advance the psychological science of culture, ethnicity, and race through the publication of empirical research, as well as theoretical, conceptual, and integrative review articles that will stimulate further empirical research, on basic and applied psychological issues relevant to racial and ethnic groups that have been historically subordinated, .
Is Diversity A Real Issue In Psychology? John Caccavale, Ph.D. Political correctness is defined as the standards developed by leaders in a group that are applied to language, ideas, policies, or behaviors and are designed to minimize any suggestion of offense to one's gender, race, physical disability, ethnicity, age or other identity factor.