Resources for Current Graduate Students

Departmental Resources for Graduate Students


Articles of Interest to graduate students

   From the APA Monitor: Overcoming Roadblocks in Graduate School, New Career Opportunities for Psychologists.

CITI Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative 
As a first time user, when prompted to select the training modules, click on Social and Behavioral Research under the Human Subjects heading. This is the only required module that is required for human subjects certification. Additional information can be found on ND's office of research website:

University Resources for Graduate Students

The Graduate School

The Graduate School provides information on application, financial support, and additional funding.

Visit the Resources for Current Students page to learn about travel grants, research support, including summer stipends; as well as access Graduate School information about theses and dissertations. Information regarding graduate school exams, defenses, format and submissions is also available.

Learn about upcoming grant and fellowship opportunities at the Graduate School page for professional development.  

Graduate Career Services

Graduate Student Union

The Graduate Student Union addresses concerns from the graduate student body, hosts events, and provides additional funding for conferences and travel.

Association for Women in Science

In Fall 2016, the AWIS held its first-ever Regional Conference by and for graduate students.  The program included the work of five Psychology Department Graduate students: Andrea Kalchik and Jessica Blaxton gave oral presentations and Raquael Joiner, Alainna Wen, and Julaine Zenk presented posters. 

The College of Arts and Letters Resources for Graduate Students

Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA)

Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning