The community psychology doctoral program at Wichita State University offers educational, research and practice experiences in real world community organizations and uses an apprenticeship model of education, giving students extensive experience in community research and practice work groups led by faculty mentors.
|Come learn more about our program: Community Exploration Day September 20th, 2013! (Tentative)|
Educational experiences with community organizations include:
Classroom experiences emphasize:
Wichita provides a rich setting for our program. As a public university WSU has long-established ties to the core leadership of our human service organizations, our medical and educational training facilities, and local business community.
Our graduates have found employment as researchers at NIH, as faculty members at leading universities, as directors of local agencies, and as innovators in human service organizations throughout the region and nation.
Explore more about our department and the Wichita State Community Psychology experience through these videos:
Interested in applying to our program? Have more questions? Want to be put in contact with a current student or faculty member? Please fill out this short Information Request Form and someone from our Community Psychology Program will get in touch with you.
Or you can:
Greg Meissen, PhD
Professor & Coordinator
Community Psychology Doctoral Program
Department of Psychology
Wichita State University
1845 Fairmount, Box 34
Wichita , KS 67260-0034