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Celebrating our Retiring Faculty

retiring faculty

Please join the Psychology Department in recognizing the distinguished contributions and service of our faculty who have retired during the 2019-2020 academic year. These faculty members leave significant legacies in our undergraduate and graduate programs and we wish them well in their retirements. If you would like to send a memory or message of gratitude and congratulations along, they can be sent to the Assistant to the Psychology Chair.

Read more about them here.

Donations in honor of our faculty can be made here.

Faculty Spotlight on Nicole McNichols

Nicole McNichols
Nicole McNichols

Nicole K. McNichols is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle, where she also received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology in 2009. Dr. McNichols teaches the largest and most popular undergraduate course at UW, PSYCH 210 – The Diversity of Human Sexuality. In her class, she uses a sex-positive approach on topics including anatomy, sex and gender, sexual behavior, and sexual relationships and she recently wrote her own textbook for the course titled A Critical Introduction to Human Sexuality that provides a modern, comprehensive and research-based exploration of human sexuality that incorporates real life perspectives on contemporary issues.  

Read more about Dr. McNichols here.