Lafayette psychology alums recently returned to the (virtual) classroom Twitter
By Shannon Sigafoos
A common misconception among those pursuing a degree in psychology is that the degree will automatically lead to a career as a mental health care provider. While opportunities are available to those interested in seeking a career to help people struggling with mental well-being, there are also many nonclinical jobs for those with a graduate degree in psychology.
Psychology courses at Lafayette are offered in a variety of areas such as learning, perception, clinical, developmental, cognitive, social, health, and industrial/organizational areas. Along with biology, the Psychology Department also administers the neuroscience major.
Catch up with four Lafayette psychology alums who are all working in varied fields and who all recently “visited” Lafayette by virtually connecting with students of associate professor Lauren Myers.