Student Departmental Advisors

Student Departmental Advisors (SDAs) are specially selected senior majors who are dedicated to nurturing interest in the subject of psychology.

Department Curriculum Committee

The Psychology Department Curriculum Committee (DCC) is dedicated to serve as a link between psychology faculty and students of Carleton College.

Olin Student Lounge and Olin 02

The area just outside of the Psychology offices is stocked with useful resources including bound copies of previous comps projects, quick current readings in psychology, journal articles written by the Psychology Department professors and reference books. Olin 02 is also available for students to use.

Psychology Department Student Travel

The psychology department has limited funds available to help support student travel to regional and national psychology research conferences to present co-authored research conducted with a Carleton psychology department faculty member.

These funds (generally up to $500) can be used by students to cover the following expenses:

  • airfare (least expensive fare)
  • shared accommodation (inexpensive hotel or AirBnB; generally not official conference hotel accommodation)
  • conference fees (registration, etc)

Additional funding is available to students that can demonstrate financial need (e.g., due to high conference fees or due to inability to cover additional expenses).

Students are expected to apply for other Carleton College conference travel funding, including:

Please fill out the Student Travel Funding form.

Administrative Office & Professor Offices

You can find the professor offices, administrative assistant and psychology department student workers in Olin 109-127. To schedule meetings with professors, see the profiles on the faculty/staff page or email them to set up a time and place to meet. The Educational Associate’s office is Olin 127.

Olin 04 – Mac Lab

The Mac Lab is open from Sunday to Thursday, 8pm-midnight. TAs are available to help you with your homework!

Walt Li is at the lab on Sundays and has taken PSYC 200/201, PSYC 256/257, PSYC 216/217, PSYC/CGSC 232/233, PSYC 254, PSYC 244, and PSYC 382.

Freya Stamets is at the lab on Mondays and has taken: PSYC 210/211, PSYC 200/201, PSYC 260, PSYC 256/257, PSYC 238, PSYC 379, PSYCH 371, and PSYC 220.

Shaun Baron-Furuyama is at the lab on Tuesdays and has taken: PSYC 110, PSYC 258/259, CGSC 232/233, CGSC 130, STAT 120, STAT 220, and STAT 230.

Naomi Hochman is at the lab on Wednesdays and has taken: PSYC 110, PSYC 200/201, PSYC 238, PSYC 251, PSYC 256/257, PSYC 260/261, PSYC 263, PSYC 354, PSYC 384, PSYC 399.

Keaton Hall is at the lab on Thursdays and has taken: PSYC 200/201, PSYC 210/211, PSYC 220, PSYC 238, PSYC 256/257, PSYC 260, PSYC 371, PSYC 379.

Plus: be on the lookout for emails on TREATS brought to the MAC LAB by faculty members.

The Mac Lab contains Mac computers that can run in Mac OS or Windows. Each computer has Microsoft Office Suite, SPSS, Prism, Sniffy the Virtual Rat, Audacity and Mathematica. There is also a black and white printer for printing through PaperCut.