- Faculty & Staff
Club Advisor: Dr. Creeley
The Psychology Club is a student organization within the Psychology Department that helps to plan many different activities for students and faculty. The purpose of the Psychology Club is to provide students with opportunities to:
- Socialize with students and faculty
- Experience psychology outside the classroom
- Develop professionally
Our meetings for the Fall 2016 semester are on the 1st and 3rd Weds of the month at 8pm. The meetings are held in McEwen 209.
The newly elected officers for the 2016-2017 academic year are:
- President: Matt Bussmann
- Vice-President: Colleen White
- Secretary: Allison Reding
- Treasurer: Robert Phillips
- Social Chair: Brooke Park
- Public Relations Chair: Morganne Madonia
As a chartered group within the Student Association, the Psychology Club receives funding each year to sponsor many different activities. These include social as well as professional activities:
- Pumpkin Carving
- Community Service
- Movie Night
- Meet the Faculty Night
- Resume and Graduate School Workshops
- Careers in Psychology Panel
Information about upcoming events is posted on the bulletin board across from the Psychology Department office and are announced on our Facebook Page. .
Membership is open to all students interested in psychology. For information about becoming involved with the Psychology Club you can e-mail the current President of the club, Sarah Johnson, or the faculty advisor, Dr. Catherine Creeley. You can also contact any of the other Psychology Club officers, whose names and email addresses are also posted on the bulletin board across from the Psych Department office.
Each semester, one or two psychology students are recognized for their outstanding work by being awarded the Psychology Merit Award. This award is given out every year at the Psi Chi Awards Banquet. To see a listing of the winners for this academic year, please visit our Accomplishments webpage. This award carries a monetary stipend and recognizes meritorious performance in classes as well as in Psychology Club activities, or internships, or independent study.