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11.22
Attention All GSAPP Doctoral Students:  GSAPP's Office for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) has an opening for a new, part-time, paid position.  Please see detailed job description below, including application requirements and deadline.  Thank you!   Student Leader for Diversity,... read more
11.22
  Student Leader for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Job Description   School Summary: The Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers – New Brunswick is comprised of three academic departments – Applied, Clinical and School Psychology. Within the school are... read more
8.22
Sharing some very exciting news:  GSAPP is one of two schools being showcased on the Rutgers university wide website for the month of August!  Visit this link: www.rutgers.edu, click the red arrow and select “Discover the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology,” which leads to our... read more
6.22
Congratulations to Kevin Eslava, a second-year Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) student at GSAPP, who was selected to serve a two-year term as Student Representative for the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP).  CUDCP's purpose is to promote the advancement of graduate... read more
6.22
Complete the Rutgers Post-Grad Survey for a chance to win your choice of Apple Air Pods or a $100 Amazon gift card! Contact Career Exploration and Success (CES) with questions.
3.22
On behalf of everyone at GSAPP, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Rhonda Greenberg for receiving the 2022 Peterson Prize! This is one of GSAPP's most prestigious honors.  This award recognizes an alumnus for outstanding contributions to their profession, and Dr. Greenberg undoubtedly... read more
3.22
Congrats to the 4th year Clinical Psy.D cohort on their 100% match in Phase 1 to APA-accredited internships!
3.22
Congratulations to GSAPP doctoral student Jesse Finkelstein on the second release of The Game of Real Life, a one-of-a-kind card game rooted in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which uses mindfulness to teach emotional problem-solving and interpersonal skills. This fun and easy game, which... read more
5.21
The Psy.D. movement grew, in part, out of a need to make psychology more available to populations that historically have not had access to quality psychological services. This is refelected in GSAPP's mission and our School Psychology Program. School Psychologists have significant access to... read more
4.21
The Rutgers Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) is pleased to announce the all-new Wellness in Recovery (WinR) Addiction Advocacy and Research program, a student and faculty, community-based, participatory research internship/fellowship to support individuals and families who have... read more