The UA is the leading public research university in the American Southwest. The UA receives more than $530 million in annual research funding and is the state's only member of the prestigious Association of American Universities. This rate of research funding ranks the UA No. 23 in research and development expenditures among public and private universities and colleges by the National Science Foundation. The Department of Psychology is housed within the University’s College of Science (COS) and the newly created School of Mind, Brain, and Behavior (SMBB), which we joined as a founding member in July 1, 2009. The SMBB is interdisciplinary and, in addition to Psychology, houses the Arizona Research Laboratory Division of Neurobiology; the Department of Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences; the newly formed Department of Neuroscience; and the Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs in Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. The Psychology Department consists of 32 faculty members! divided across four degree-granting programs (Clinical; Cognition and Neural Systems; Social; and Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology). Within Psychology, the Clinical Science Program has 13 core faculty members, at least 5 affiliated faculty (non-core clinical, but tenure-track in Psychology) who routinely co-mentor students, and a substantial number of adjunct faculty who support the program’s mission and training activities.
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