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    The Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology is pleased to welcome the incoming class of 2006.

1. Sean Bell-Thomson
2. Chloe Carmichael 
3. Ceylan Demir        
4. Jonathan Detrixhe  
5. Chris Eggermont  
6. Alexia Electris      
7. Ana Fernandez    
8. Kara Graziano    
9. Michelle Grennan     
10. Jessica Houser  
11. Joanne Hyppolite
12.  Ami Shah     
13.  Lillian Sultan
14.  Lisa Weiser         
15.  Daniela Yaar

  Welcome also to Professor Seymour Pardo, who has joined the faculty full-time for the 2006-2007 academic year. Farewell and good luck to Professor Christopher Christian, who has left the faculty for a position in California.

Psychology Experience Credit (PEC) Program
   All students enrolled in  Introduction to Psychology (PSY 3) are required to complete two (2) hours of research participation experience. Credit may be obtained by participating in research studies approved by the Psychology Department, or by completing a brief review paper on an approved topic. Information about each approved research study is posted on the PEC bulletin board outside the Psychology Department suite (Humanities Hall, 8th Floor). Interested students should consult the bulletin board (exit the elevators, turn left and look at the end of the corridor).

Attention Ph.D. Program Applicants
   The Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology is currently accepting applications for the class entering in the Fall, 2007 semester. Information about admission and program requirements is available at the psychology department website. A copy of the graduate program application form is available for download at the department website. Program interviews are scheduled to be conducted on Saturday, February 24 and Saturday, March 3, 2007. Applicants invited for interviews who are unable to attend either date will be granted alternate scheduling. Please direct all inquiries and requests for information to Ms. Connie Clayton at (718) 488-1164.  Please note: All application materials are due by February 1, 2007. All applications and supporting materials should be sent to the Graduate Admissions Office of Long Island University, not the psychology department.

Academic Anxiety Groups
    Group treatment is available at no charge, for any students concerned they might be experiencing testing or other performance-related anxiety. Groups will feature academic skill building and improved coping with anxiety, and are led by doctoral students in clinical psychology. For more information call Dr. David Castro-Blanco, at (718) 488-1170.



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