Psychology majors may participate in the full range of extracurricular activities at Xavier.
Within the department of psychology itself is the Psychology Club, an active group that helps students get to know one another while exploring interesting aspects of psychology in various settings within the Cincinnati area. For more information, contact the Psi Chi faculty co-moderators: Dr. Morell Mullins at 513 email@example.com, or Dr. Christian End at 513 firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Jen Gibson at 513-745-3548/ email@example.com or "like" the Psi Chi/Psychology Club-XU Chapter Facebook page.
Further, the Xavier Chapter of Psi Chi, a national honor society in psychology, offers membership to qualified juniors and seniors. Psi Chi sponsors scholarly programs and social events during the academic year. For more information, contact the Psi Chi faculty co-moderators: Dr. Morell Mullins at 513 firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dr. Christian End at 513 email@example.com or Dr. Jen Gibson at 513 firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in being an active member of Psi Chi or Psych Club, join a committee. You can make a difference on campus and off by spending time with your classmates in a variety of activities. For more information, visit the bulletin board in Elet or contact Eileen Borzcon at email@example.com or Dr. Christian End at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Morell Mullins at 513 email@example.com or Dr. Jen Gibson at 513 firstname.lastname@example.org Current committees include:
- Service Sites
- Undergraduate Research Experience
- Alzheimer's Walk
Psi Chi & Psychology Club Committees for Undergraduate Research in Psychology
Psychology students: Looking for opportunities in Psychology? Research opportunities provide:
- Exposure to methods and practice of experimental psychology
- Hands-on involvement with both experimenters and participants alike
- Research looks good on graduate school applications
For these reasons and more find out what the world of psychology has to offer you.