Psych Club Calendar

23The Psychology club usually meets about twice a month and holds meetings geared towards providing students with information about careers in psychology, information about research, and information about the major/coursework. More often then not, we are fortunate enough to have guest speakers from various fields come in and speak about their  work and expertise/offer advice and insight to our students. In the past, we have had Hunter faculty, therapists, and psychological novelists come in to speak. Likewise, we also hold student-led meetings and encourage our members to lead a meeting on any topic of their interest. If you would like to lead a meeting (with our help of course), just send us an email! We do our best to offer opportunities for our students to gain insight, network, and enjoy what the psychological community has to offer.

Below is the list of meetings dates for the Psychology Club during the Fall 2017 Semester:

10/23/17: 3-5pm in Thomas Hunter Hall 318 – Welcome Meeting! Meet Psych Collective Officers and other members, new and old. Kaplan Ambassador- to discuss how to succeed on the GRE. Plus (+) play fun brain games and eat food!

10/30/17: 3-5pm in Thomas Hunter Hall 318 – Careers in Social Work. Presented by Dr. Gabriel Robles, a Postdoctoral fellow, under Professor Tyrel Starks. Learn the difference between Masters and Doctorate, how to pursue research and MORE

11/6/17: 3-5pm in Thomas Hunter Hall 318 – Talking About Abnormal Psychology! Hear student presentations about ADHD and its connection to anxiety and depression; schizophrenia and how it affects people; a book about mental health called An Unquiet  Mind;  and different types of therapy! Come ask questions or talk about what interests you!

11/20/17: 3-5pm in Thomas Hunter Hall 318 – All About Women. With presentations by Professor Dawn Dugan, Hunter College, speaking about female-female and female-male relationships, stereotypes and motherhood; Professor Virginia Valian, Hunter College, speaking about the gender wage gap and women in power; and Sharmin Hossain, Planned Parenthood, talking about women’s sex rights and their mission. This will be a fun one for sure!

12/4/17: 3-5pm in Thomas Hunter Hall 318 – Meet OUR Psych Club Adviser: Dr. Tyrel Starks as he discusses his research in attachment, relationships and HIV/AIDs. Also the process of receiving a grant. Last meeting of the year! Happy Holidays!