Georgia State University

Department of Psychology

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Community Psychology Program 

Degrees Offered: Undergraduate concentration, Doctorate


At A Glance

Full-time Faculty: 40

Full-time Faculty Identifying as Community Psychologists: 4

Available Student Assistantships: All students are offered Research and Teaching Assistantships 

The Program

Program Alumni Information

The program focuses on training researchers and practitioners. Graduates from the program are typically employed in government, education, consulting and/or the nonprofit sector. 

Living Community Psychology Features

Ann Webb Price 

Lindsey Zimmerman 

RadioActive Podcast Episodes

Sexual Violence and Sexual Minority Women - Traci Hipp

Tackling Campus Racial Climate and Institutional Racism - Dominique Thomas

Community Psychology Faculty and Research Interests

Primary areas include:

  • Youth Development
  • Interpersonal Violence
  • Identity and Parenting in Communities of Color
  • Health and Educational Disparities
  • Trauma