The Department of Psychology
Welcome to the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan. The Department of Psychology is one of the largest and strongest departments in the College and at the University. We have 25 full-time faculty members and more than 20 adjunct or professional affiliates associated with the department. As well, we have an active collaboration with the faculty at St. Thomas More College. We offer undergraduate BA and BSc degrees and well as graduate degrees in four areas of specialization: Applied Social Psychology, Basic Behavioural Science, Clinical Psychology, and Culture and Human Development. We currently have over 75 graduate students in our four programs working towards MA or PhD degrees. Thank you for your interest in our programs and welcome to our department.
Men more open to feminism when it’s paired with a photo of Ryan Gosling: U of S study (National Post)
posted January 29, 2015
This article about a study by Department of Psychology grad students Linzi Williamson and Sarah Sangster ran in the Jan. 27, 2015 edition of the National Post. Men more open to feminism when...
Forensic/justice centre renews partnership with Correctional Service Canada
posted November 21, 2014
Representatives of the U of S and Correctional Service Canada cut a cake in celebration of their renewed partnership on Nov. 19. Left...
Jim Waldram named Royal Society of Canada Fellow
posted September 11, 2014
Two University of Saskatchewan researchers have been named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) – our country’s senior body for distinguished scholars and one of Canada’s...
Lawrence Martz appointed acting vice-dean of social sciences
posted July 11, 2014
Lawrence Martz has been appointed acting vice-dean of social sciences for the College of Arts & Science. Martz takes over from Linda McMullen, who recently completed her second term in the...
Rethink Research: University of Saskatchewan Research Intensification Series
(March 4, 2015 - March 5, 2015)