The Department of Applied Psychology welcomes you. Our mission is to prepare students to understand and intervene in human development across contexts and cultures. Our faculty conducts research using multifaceted strategies. We draw on our experiences in practice to help guide the work that we undertake.
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The Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Applied Psychology seeks applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning September 2011.
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Summer in Israel:An Unforgettable Learning Adventure
Cross-Cultural Group Dynamics in Stressful Environments NYU Tel Aviv Summer Program Abroad
May 28-July 1,013
Looking for a unique summer learning experience abroad? Want to visit Arab, Ethiopian, and Chassidic communities to learn about their social structures? Interested in hearing guest lecturers discuss problems faced by the different cultures living in the Holy Land? Curious about the problems encountered by immigrants trying to assimilate into a diverse society? Interested in exploring your own cultural and ethnic identity issues?
The Department of Applied Psychology proudly presents a month long learning experience in Israel featuring two 3-credit graduate courses: Cross-Cultural Counseling (APSY-GE2682) & Group Dynamics (APSY-GE 2620). If you have already taken any of these courses, you may substitute related Independent Study courses (e.g. conflict resolution, religious diversity & tolerance, minority & gender discrimination, BGLT, advanced group & social relations, the politics of identity).
You will attend fascinating lectures and presentations, participate in growth-oriented group experiences, meet with clergy of different religions, visit ethnically diverse communities, spend time in an African Refugee Center, participate in joint seminars with Israeli graduate students, and travel to major religious and cultural sites.