The Psychology Club provides an environment in which students interested in the field of psychology may connect outside of class. Through Psychology Club you can learn about internship opportunities, applying to graduate school, future career paths in psychology, and psychological research. Other benefits include: meeting faculty, becoming more involved in the department of Psychological Science, and getting the chance to partake in research opportunities.
Psychology majors and minors are encouraged to attend meetings, but anyone is welcome to join Psychology Club. As a club we value motivation, commitment, leadership, and enthusiasm. We also appreciate any input that you may have to offer in regards to the club and we think that your potential is what matters.
The Psychology Club and the international honors society of psychology, Psi Chi, are closely associated and often co-sponsor events such as Mental Health Week, which is a convocation series dedicated to informing college students on the importance of maintaining mental health. Previous events have included depression screenings, guided meditation sessions, and speakers from various specializations within psychology.
Want to get involved? Contact our adviser, Dr. Linda Jones, at email@example.com. Meetings are located in McWhorter room 429 on some Wednesdays at 10 am.