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College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology

We’ve been leading — and constantly innovating the field — for more than 120 years.

We pioneered one of the world’s first undergraduate programs and its longest-running psychology symposium. We also created one of the country’s first law-psychology programs, as well as a clinical graduate program accredited by the American Psychological Association.

Our award-winning faculty, cutting-edge research and unmatched student opportunities make us one of the strongest psychology programs — not just in the Big Ten, but in the country.

We’re proud to be home to more than 1,000 undergraduate majors and minors and graduate students. They come here because they want to help people, to position themselves for high-paying, rewarding careers, and to leave their individual mark on their industry.

They come here because they want to do big-time research in areas such as neuroscience, social psychology, developmental psychology, and clinical psychology. And they want to be part of the truly groundbreaking work happening at the university’s Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior.

They come here, ultimately, because they’re curious.

Let curiosity move you.

Given the recent events on campus, the Department of Psychology at UNL reaffirms its commitment to diversity and inclusivity. We strive to be a department where all feel safe and welcome in all of our research, teaching, and service endeavors. As our history teaches us, diversity improves our science and our science confirms the indispensability of diversity. – On behalf of the Sarata Diversity Enhancement Committee and Rick Bevins, Chair of the Department of Psychology.

The University of Nebraska core beliefs on diversity and inclusion say that “True excellence requires that each individual be able to work and learn in an atmosphere of respect, dignity, and acceptance. Our commitment requires each of us to continuously ensure our interactions be respectful, protect free speech and inspire academic freedom.” The Department unequivocally supports and advances these core values—including, importantly, affirming diversity, pursuing social justice, expressing freedom of speech, fostering a sense of belonging, and instilling a desire for civic engagement.

Rick Bevins, Chair

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Let curiosity move you to start your story at the College of Arts and Sciences. With over 30 majors in the college alone, specialized programs of study to match any interest area, the opportunity for hands-on experience through our nationally-acclaimed undergraduate research program, and a campus located at the heart of an innovative college city community of over 250,000 people, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers the ideal Big Ten collegiate experience for students at an affordable cost.

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The Department of Psychology on Social Media

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Psychology Professor Rich Wiener received the Distinguished Service Award from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) . SPSSI “seeks to bring theory and practice into focus on human problems of the group, the community, and nations, as well as the increasingly important problems that have no national boundaries”.

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His performance the last six weeks of the season was what people had hoped for when he first signed. Though at this point it may be too late, Smith has an $8.5 million cap hit this coming season and when you combine that with his current legal issues, he has a high chance of being cut this offseason.

The shining light of the cornerback group last year was Carrie. He brought great versatility playing both on the outsideand in the slot. Pro Football Focus ranked him as the 21st best corner in the league which is tremendous when you consider that he was not supposed to be a full-time starter when the season began.

Carrie is a free agent this offseason, but while on a visit toStanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital a few weeks back he had it clear to SFGate’s Matt Kawahara he wants to return.

“My intention is to be here,” Carrie said. “I’m a hometown kid. I’m a Bay Area kid. I couldn’t see myself being anywhere else than Oakland … I’ve loved and I’ve dreamed of playing for the Raiders for such a long time. And now that I’ve had the opportunity to play there for four years, I want to finish there.”

It’ll be interesting to see what GM Reggie Mckenzie does with Carrie.

Amerson went into the 2017 season as probably the Raiders’ best cover corner, but a foot injury cut his year short. He also didn’t do much of anything when he was on the field for six games, and it was clear the injuries left him limited. These factors, along with his contract situation led to the Raiders releasing him last month.

The injury to David Amerson opened the door for McDonald to get on the field a lot in 2017. However, he really didn’t make much of an impact with the snaps he was given. It’s hard to expect muchfrom a former seventh-round pick, but I give McDonald credit for going out each week and competing. He’s probably just a position depth guy at the moment, but he deserves some respect.

Last year’s first-round pick Gareon Conley was meant to be the next shutdown corner in Oakland. Things didn’t pan out that way as Conley faced multiple nagging injuries and was only able to play two games.

As an Ohio State fan, I watched Conley play every game in two seasons as a starter so I’d consider these setbacks an anomaly. His talent is indisputable, and he will definitely improve the team’s corner play on the outside and in the slot too if needed.

According to Kyle Martin of Raiders.com , Jon Gruden said Conley will be ready to go in 2018.

“He’s going to be ready to start the offseason program,” Gruden said Wednesday. “Everybody liked Conley at Ohio State. He had an excellent training camp. When I studied the training camp film, he was inside playing the nickel position. When the season started he was out at right corner. He’s a young player. We’re counting on him and Obi Melifonwu to play, and we need them to. We’re really excited to start working with him.”

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