Pres. Charles Sikorsky and Prof. Craig Titus Co-sign “Standing Together for Religious Freedom” Letter
Pres. Charles Sikorsky and Prof. Craig Titus joined Archbishop William Lori and 100 prominent national religious leaders in an open letter to the US Administration and Congress.
The Institute for the Psychological Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of Tambi Spitz to the position of director of admissions.
Dr. Pellegrino was a strong supporter of the IPS mission during the planning and early stages of the Institute and connected us with other Catholic leaders who also shaped our early formation.
In a recent edition of The Catholic Herald, Arlington’s diocesan newspaper, Alumnus Michael Horne, Psy.D. (2007), discusses how faith impacts his role as a psychologist.
IPS student Octavia Ratiu has been selected to be a teaching assistant by Duke University for an Abnormal Psychology course through the Duke Talent & Identification Program.
On Friday, June 7, 2013, John Varieur, a 2012 master’s graduate of IPS, returned to campus as a presenter for our “Living the Call” series.