My sincere hope is that your answer to Samuel Brooks' query is a resounding "Yes!" and that you'll honor us with your presence here in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience during Homecoming 2013.
We will be holding our annual Homecoming Coffee (and Dr Pepper floats!) on Friday, October 18th, from 3:30 – 5 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience, located in Room B.309 in the Baylor Sciences Building. Please come to visit with your former professors, meet new faculty and tour the facilities.
We look forward to our annual get-together and the opportunity to see you, share what has been going on here, and hear about what is going on in your lives. Below, I have provided a few quick facts about your home department. Please come see us to find out more.
The last year by the numbers:
• 1: Ranking of the department among Big 12 schools in terms of number of scientific citations per research article
• 11: Grant-funded research projects
• 23: Number of full-time faculty
• 44: Peer-reviewed articles published by department faculty and students
• 70: Scientific presentations delivered at national and international meetings
• 60: Graduate students in Clinical Psychology PsyD and Psychology PhD programs
• 100: Undergraduate students serving as research assistants
• 890: Undergraduate majors (290 Neuroscience & 600 Psychology)
• 2,900,000: Number of dollars in active research grants
As you travel our way, please use us as a resource for information and assistance in navigating to and around the campus. My staff and I welcome the opportunity to help you in any way possible, so please call me, Ms. Nancy Ulman or Ms. Laura Sumrall at 254-710-2961 if we can be of service to you.
Warmest regards, safe travels, and Sic'em Bears!
J. L. Diaz-Granados, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience