Inside Look

EKU Psychology Alumni Survey Finds Graduates are Employed and Satisfied

The Fall 2012 EKU Psychology Alumni Survey revealed that graduates work in a variety of areas with the most common fields being mental health/counseling and education. More than 90 percent are employed. Eighty-one percent of respondents hold full-time positions. Another 12 percent hold part-time positions and are not seeking full-time employment.

Culture and Connectedness

Written by Jonathan S. Gore, Ph.D.

Cultural Psychology

Written by Jonathan S. Gore, Ph.D.

Watching Time Go By

By Donald Alexander Varakin, Ph.D.

Environmental Psychology

Written by Dr. Richard Osbaldiston

Global warming, melting polar ice caps, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, super-storms like Sandy and Katrina—could psychology possibly have any ways to solve problems like these?

Pursuing Goals

Written by Jonathan S. Gore, Ph.D.

Children and Grief

Written by Cheryl Ramey MS LPCC

The tragic and recent circumstances at Sandy Hook Elementary raised a number of potential issues for persons who work with kids, primarily with how to help them cope with sudden loss. Young children’s reactions vary based on age and understanding of the event. Some common reactions and strategies to use may be: