UH Department of Psychology Milestones:
- 1930s — Department of Psychology was created in the College of Social Sciences
- 1937 — First B.S. Degree awarded
- 1939 — Department chartered
- 1942 — First Master of Arts Degree awarded
- 1952 — Personnel Psychology Services Center & Interviewing Institute founded by John MacNaughton and Testing Institute founded by Ron Wilson, both of the I/O program.
- 1953 — First Ph.D. awarded
- 1953 — Dr. Richard I. Evans taught KUHT-TV’s first credit course on Channel 8- Psychology 231
- 1959 — Clinical Psychology Program accredited by the APA
- 1972 — UH Administration committed 10 new faculty positions to the Psychology Department development to be filled over a five year period.
- 1983 — Rated Most Improved Psychology Department by the National Research Council
- 1986 — Psychology Research and Services Center (PRSC) founded
- 1989 — Moved from SR1 to Heyne Building
- 1990 — I/O faculty placed second in research publications during the 80s in the most prestigious journal in the field, according to The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP).
- 2008 — Ranked #3 among 418 universities for Federally-Financed R&D Expenditures by the National Science Foundation
- 2008 — The Psychology degree programs were ranked 7th in the nation for producing minority graduates by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.