Environmental Psychology brings together faculty from diverse disciplines, including psychology, anthropology, architecture, and geography, to study the relationship of people and place. The faculty are accessible and work with students directly in seminars, through advising, and with ongoing research projects.
All Graduate Center faculty in Environmental Psychology hold their appointment in a Ph.D. program exclusively. That is, they have no duties in other masters or bachelors level programs. This is somewhat unusual. It is also true that our faculty has come from multiple disciplines to work together in this program. This is somewhat unusual. Further, our faculty see themselves in a variety of roles including scholar, researcher, professional practitioner, theoretician, and political activist. This is also somewhat unusual.