Businesses are being urged to benefit from the technical knowledge and fresh ideas of leading students.
Lancaster's Psychology department takes part in family friendly event at Manchester Museum.
Psychology's Claire Kelly wins the Dean's Award for PhD Excellence.
Annual Public Lecture Series: throughout November and December, the Faculty of Science and Technology will be delivering a series of free public lectures entitled The Year of Light.
Recent psychology graduates find their degree has given them employability skills as well as psychological skills, a recent survey by the British Psychology Society has shown.
Lancaster University is to lead the UK’s new centre for the development and use of economic and social science research to understand, mitigate and counter security threats.
Applications are invited for six fully-funded PhD studentships for understanding, mitigating and countering security threats. The studentships are available for three years, starting October 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Students have told us how great it is to study psychology at Lancaster with 88% overall satisfaction, according to the 2015 National Student Survey.
Over 200 pupils from local schools discovered what it's like to be a psychology student in a recent taster day.
An Investigation into Intersensory Object Perception in Young Infants Fully funded PhD Studentship for entry in October 2015. Closing date for applications: now extended to 31st August 2015