You know that real world experience you hear so much about? Internships, Clinical Term, and study abroad opportunities are a great way to apply what you're learning in class -- in Galesburg and beyond.
Sterling interned at the Center for Collaborative Brain Research in Functional MRI laboratory at OSF St. Francis, where he worked with data extrapolation, manipulation, and interpretation in research studies that use fMRI as their primary measurement tool. Read more about Sterling's internship experience
Internships take place anytime of the year or during the summer. You'll even earn course credit through the Internship in Psychology (PSYC 355) class. Recent examples of psychology-related internships in the Galesburg area include:
Recent psychology internships outside of Galesburg include:
You can completely immerse yourself in clinical and counseling psychology by taking two courses -- Clinical and Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 277) and Theories & Methods of Psychotherapy (PSYC 279) -- while completing a clinical psychology internship at the same time.
You'll be in the same setting as clinical psychologists, counselors, and social workers. And, you can apply what you're learning in class to the real world. Our students have worked with the chronically mentally ill, the developmentally disabled, families and children experiencing a variety of difficulties in adjustment, and women and children who are the victims of domestic abuse.
Learn more about Clinical Term and the application process.
Are you up for studying in a different country or off-campus? Many of our students take advantage of our global, national, and local programs to collect data for cross-cultural research projects or to supplement their classroom studies. Most recently our psychology majors have been to:
Knox's Team X-Ray places second among 15 liberal arts colleges that competed in an intense regional contest involving programming teams from colleges and universities in five states.
History Professor Danielle Fatkin shares artifacts from her archaeological dig in Jordan and provides a lab environment for students to develop skills in analyzing ancient pottery.
Campus event is affiliated with the national Bioneers movement, which focuses on exploring solutions for the world's most pressing environmental and social challenges.