Inside Look

Tips for Parents on Managing and Preventing Cyberbullying

Written by Dr. Steffen Wilson and Dr. Dan Florell

Early Detection: A Lifesaver

Written by Dr. Emily Lykins

Moral Psychology?

Written by Matthew P. Winslow, PhD

What is Psychopathy?

Written by Dustin B. Wygant, Ph.D.

Work-Family Balance or Work-Life Enrichment?

Written by Dr. Jaime Henning and Dr. Yoshie Nakai

Psychology and the Skills Employers Want

What are employers looking for in potential employees? Bill Coplin’s book, 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College, identifies ten specific skills employers value. Read on and learn how a Psychology degree can help you become a more competitive applicant for just about any job.

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.