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"Encouraging, Stimulating, and Maintaining Excellence in Scholarship and Advancing the Science of Psychology"
prof pittman wagers speaks to the psi chi members
Hear interesting speakers on a wide variety of topics

Psychology Club all members meeting next Wed., Nov. 7, at 5:30 p.m. in Muenzinger E214

The University of Colorado Boulder chapter of Psi Chi and CU's Psychology Club partner to provide resources to students with an interest in psychology, both to majors and non-majors. Members can meet peers with similar interests, make professorial contacts, grow a deeper knowledge about the field of psychology, and find research and volunteer opportunities.

Psychology Club focuses on cultivating community and growing knowledge about the field of psychology. First, Psychology Club fosters community among students, faculty, and the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Second, Psychology Club educates students on career prospects and grows knowledge about the field of psychology. Psychology Club holds events throughout the semester that feature guest speakers, bring students together, and explore various areas of psychology in-depth.

The Psi Chi International Honors Society focuses on fostering a community among CU’s Psychology majors whom have obtained the highest academic achievement. By joining the Psi Chi community, members can take their knowledge about the field of psychology and mold their passion into action.

Psi Chi provides opportunities for engagement in scholarly research, and builds a bridge between CU’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and the greater Boulder community through volunteer outreach.

By becoming a member of Psi Chi, students are provided opportunities to connect with research faculty, conduct exemplary research, and present their finding at national conferences. Members can also connect to Boulder’s local psychology community through volunteer events, which often provide connections to prospective internship, volunteer, and career opportunities. Lastly, new members are honored at the end of the semester with an induction ceremony, and foster a vibrant lifelong interest in the field of psychology.