Graduate Students

Potential Graduate Students
As part of the graduate student team, graduate students participate in administration of the Peer Safety Project (including assessment development and administration), management of undergraduate activities, and personal research tasks. Graduate students are also expected to attend academic conferences (e.g., the Annual Conference of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy). Information about program application materials can be found on the University of Arkansas Clinical Psychology website. There, potential students can browse admissions criteria, past admission averages (e.g., GRE scores, etc.), and requirements for a complete application. Generally, the CRAV laboratory accepts 1 graduate student per academic year; however, this number varies based on laboratory needs.

Fayetteville, AR
Northwest Arkansas is a family friendly community located in the Ozarks. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or an arts connoisseur, northwest Arkansas offers plenty of opportunities for residents and visitors. Northwest Arkansas is centrally located within comfortable driving distance to numerous large, metropolitan areas (e.g., St. Louis, Branson, Tulsa, Memphis), which further expands opportunities for recreation. As a bonus, many students who move to northwest Arkansas from other parts of the country report finding that cost of living in northwest Arkansas is considerably less than that in other areas. Below are links to various informational websites: