Through our hands-on curriculum, graduates of the APUG Program are able to bridge psychological theory, research, and practice to continue making positive, impactful change in our multicultural world.
The program prepares our students for graduate programs in psychology and psychology-related areas, as well as graduate programs in business and law. Our alumni are employed across various industries, including education, public health and public policy, entertainment and media, technology, and nonprofit and social service organizations.
Steinhardt's alumni community connects you with resources, events, and opportunities with other Steinhardt graduates. NYU's alumni network provides graduates with information on alumni benefits, news, and programs, as well as on the diverse ways you can stay involved with the NYU community.
The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development provides NYU alumni access to resources, opportunities, and support for all aspects of the career development and job-search process. Wasserman's alumni newsletter provides further information on alumni events, resources, and job postings. Alumni can subscribe to the eNewsletter through Handshake. Graduates of the APUG Program are encouraged to join the Department of Applied Psychology's LinkedIn Group.
Each semester the Online Publication of Undergraduate Studies (OPUS) publishes the work of APUG students to showcase the dynamic ways our students engage in research in psychology. For archived issues of OPUS, you may visit the OPUS website.
You are also encouraged to check-out its edgier sister site, opusZINES, an online zine where students can share their creative work to further explore psychological theory and practice in our ever growing multicultural world.
APUG Club has been spearheading a Humans of APUG Project for current students, APUG faculty, and alumni to share their experiences in the field and spotlight the wide-range of talented and passionate folks in the APUG community.