Iowa State University

The Psychology program at Iowa State University has flourishing graduate programs in the areas of social, cognitive, and counseling Psychology (APA accredited) and has among the largest number of undergraduate majors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The faculty have research expertise in diverse areas of interest, including health, law, media, aggression, learning & memory, social cognition, culture, and vocational and industrial/organizational psychology, among others. With outstanding doctoral students, extensive research/grant-writing support and infrastructure, and a research-friendly teaching load, the successful candidate will find ISU an ideal place to flourish.

Iowa State University is a land-grant institution located in Ames, Iowa, which is a progressive community of over 66,000 people, located approximately 30 minutes north of Des Moines. Ames was recently ranked the #1 Best College Town in America in 2018 (24/7 Wall St., 2018), #15 on the Top 100 Best Places to Live in 2020 (, and the healthiest city in the State of Iowa in 2020 (USA Today). Ames has 35 parks, 55 miles of bike and pedestrian trails, golf courses, lakes, and an aquatics center for outdoor recreation. Additional information about the city of Ames is available at: