Alumni News and Spotlights

Professional Development: The Non-Faculty Track | Presented by Social Psychology Alumna Jane Stout, PhD

Career Development

Check out this great presentation by Social Psychology Alumna Jane Stout, PhD! She discusses her journey along a non-faculty career track within psychology. Jane shares many great career development tips, insights into how she landed each of her jobs, and ways to manage work/life balance and find work that is fulfilling to you.

This presentation is geared towards social psychology grad students, but is useful to anyone considering a psychology career in industry. 

Alumni Profile: Heather Kirkorian ‘07PhD

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Heather Kirkorian ‘07PhD

Improving childhood learning using interactive media

Heather Kirkorian, Laura M. Secord Chair in Early Childhood Development and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Wisconsin—Madison began her career as a developmental psychologist at UMass Amherst under the mentorship of Professor Emeritus Dan Anderson. They explored the effects of educational media on childhood learning and attention, seeking out ways to make programming more beneficial.

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