Graduate Student Resources
Diversity Science Minor for Psychology Graduate Students
The graduate minor in Diversity Science within Psychology cuts across the PhD programs in Psychology. The minor provides a mechanism for students to deepen their understanding of theories, methods and research relevant to studying minority populations. It gives formal recognition to students who, in addition to their graduate major, elect to specialize in diversity science.
Diversity Science Proseminar students with Professors Yuen Huo and Anna Lau.
Psychology Graduate Student-Led Diversity Initiatives
Graduate Student Fellowships
At UCLA, there are fellowship opportunities for outstanding graduate students from underrepresented groups. These include the Eugene Cota Robles Award, UC-HBCU-Initiative, UCLA AB540 as well as other Graduate Division fellowships.
The University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program offers research fellowships, professional development, and faculty mentoring to scholars at UCLA and all other institutions whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity at the University of California. Applications are reviewed annually in the fall.
Campus-wide Diversity Programs for Graduate Students
- Competitive Edge Summer Transition Program for New Graduate Students
- Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honors Society