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About Us

Mission Statement

The Psychology Department Committee on Diversity and Inclusiveness has the mission of creating a diverse and inclusive departmental environment for faculty, students, and staff. This committee meets regularly to discuss how the department can express its commitment to diversity (including but not limited to issues of gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, and SES) in its members and culture and through its research, courses, and speakers.

The Psychology Department Committee on Diversity and Inclusiveness invites comments from members of our community about what we are doing well and how we could improve in our on-going efforts to achieve, support, and benefit from diversity among our faculty, staff and students.
 

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Who We Are

2023-2024 Co-chairs of Yale Psychology Graduate
Committee on Diversity Equity and Inclusion:

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Eva Liu (she/her/hers) is now a third-year social psychology Ph.D. student at Yale. She studies cultural differences in how people make meaning of their emotions. Outside of research, she enjoys being active (e.g., tennis, gym, boxing...) and travelling across the world to try new food and experience different cultures. 

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Hannah Elizabeth (she/her/hers) is a social psychology Ph.D. student at Yale University. She studies relationships and identity with a particular focus on the experiences and perceptions of sexual minority folks. Outside of research, she enjoys reading, playing video games, cuddling her dog, Leo, and traveling with her wife, Anna.

Previous Co-chairs

Megha Chawla and Lucinda Sisk Kathryn Graves and Estée Rubien-Thomas Ajua Duker and Michael Lopez-Brau Julian Rucker and Natalie Wittlin Gina Roussos

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