November News RoundUp


The Environment, Artificial Intelligence, Staffing in the NHS, and the role the mind plays and how much we empower ourselves to achieve -just some of the issues our researchers and students got to grips with this month in the School of Psychology.

Keeping up with the Kent students

  • We caught up with our Class of 2022 graduates at the November Graduations, who shared their hopes, fears and expectations for their futures! See the photos here.
  • Our Business Psychology postgrads had a visit from Julia Shalet, The Product Doctor, who took them through the whole innovation process in one week. Read here.
  • Alumna Alexandria shared the steps she took to become a Sport and Exercise Psychologist at the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago. Find out more.

Our Apprenticeship is Award Winning!

  • The NHS needs to increase the psychology workforce by 60 per cent by 2024, so we’re proud that this new incentive, the Clinical Associate in Psychology we deliver here has been recognised.

I, Robot

  • Dr Jim Everett has been awarded a prestigious ERC grant for ‘TRUSTAI’; five years to explore how and when humans outsource moral decisions to AI. Congrats Jim!

Political-gap bridging

Open for Business!

Closing soon…

  • We are inviting student-led applications for research scholarships commencing in September 2023. Submit your application by 20th January 2023.

On the horizon

  • Professor Aarti Iyer (US Environmental Protection Agency) will be joining us on December 7th to speak about the intersections between social psychology and public policy.