We appreciate your commitment to the UConn Psychological Sciences.

Private support from donors gives the Department an edge for excellence, allowing us to reward top scholarly efforts and to competitively recruit students and faculty.


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Ways to Support the Department

Gifts to the Department are used for undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and for engagement activities like seminars, lectures, and community outreach. A gift may support an existing scholarship or fund, or it may create a new fund for current needs or an endowment to support programs into the future. Gifts may be made in honor of a faculty member or friend.

Our Funds

Department of Psychological Sciences (Unrestricted)

Supports programming, activities, and other needs of the Department.

Industrial/Organizational Psychology Graduate Fund

Provides support for fellowships for outstanding graduate students.

Psychological Services Clinic

Provides support for general expenses of the Clinic.

Matlen-Andersen Trauma Training Fund

Supports graduate students in the clinical psychology concentration in the assessment and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other dissociative conditions.

BrainLENS Fund

Supports activities related to neuroscience research on children’s learning, dyslexia, resilience, and other areas, as well as related professional development and outreach initiatives.

Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Kenneth Ring

Provides scholarship support for students enrolled in the UConn College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

More Giving Options

For questions about giving or establishing a new fund, please contact a development officer for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

To make a gift via mail or securities, please visit the How to Give page on the UConn Foundation website.

Support the Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action (CESPA)

Gifts to the Ron Swenson Graduate Fellowship Fund and the CESPA Alumni and Friends Fund support graduate students in the Department of Psychological Sciences and professional development activities. Learn more about the funds on the CESPA website.