Look up a graduate program that is of interest to you in psychology. Provide the following information, in a list-type format. You do not need to elaborate on each item, simply list the information. School must be in the United States, preferably in Idaho or Indiana. Basic information: Name of the school Location of the school (city and state) Program and degree of interest (e.g., M.A., M.S., or Ph.D., as well as the specific name: clinical, experimental, developmental, etc.) A link to the website of the specific program Research and Clinical information: Identify one faculty member from that program whose research interests match up with your interests. This may take some searching to find faculty in the department, but most websites list faculty as well as recent publications and biographical information. Identify one faculty member whose clinical interests match up with your interests. Academic Requirements: What is the GPA requirements or mean/median of those typically accepted? What are the GRE requirements or mean/median of those typically accepted? If your program requires a standardized test other than the GRE, mention that (., LSAT, GMAT, etc.). Is the Psychology Subject GRE is required? This is a separate and additional test from the standard GRE. If so, include the minimum requirements or mean/median of those typically accepted. Are there any required/suggested undergraduate courses? For example, is a major in psychology required, or just a specific background of certain psychology or social science classes? Specific application requirements: How many letters of recommendation are required, and are there any specific requirements (., must be from professors, employers, etc.)? Are there specific personal statement requirements or guidelines (., the topic of your personal statement or essay, or writing sample)? What is the deadline for application and application fee? Funding: What types of financial support are available for graduate students? NOTE: It is a given that you can get loans and scholarships. I am looking for other things, like research assistantships, teaching assistantships, research grants, internships, and tuition waivers. Interest Statement: Write one brief paragraph summarizing why you are interested in the school you selected. Is it due to areas of specialization, research or clinical opportunities, location, cost, or something else? If any of this information cannot be found, or if it does not apply to you, note that it was not available (don’t simply skip any mention of it). Be sure to search the school and program website thoroughly before deciding that this information is not available. Some information may be found only by opening up the online application forms, to see what is required. You don’t have to submit an application to view one. You can totally use your own interests in psychology as a guide to help research and answer some of these questions. Similarly, please use more or less sources as needed, there is no specific requirement for sources that must be met or must not be exceeded, this is purely for my own research.