Psi Chi & Psychology Club
Interested in joining Psychology Club or Psi Chi?
Psychology Club is a faculty sponsored student-run organization open to any Puget Sound students with an interest in psychology. The club's goal is to have fun while learning more about psychology-related topics. Psi Chi is an honor society for psychology majors only and has specific requirements for membership. Visit Psi Chi for more information on membership. Here at Puget Sound, Psi Chi and Psychology Club meet and work together on events.
How can you get involved?
Sign up today! Provide your contact information and we will let you know when and where the next meeting or event will be happening. You can send an e-mail to Max Smith, Andrew Fox, or Vishakha Gupta to be put on the mailing list.
Psychology Club Events
- Field Trip to University of Washington Infant Primate Research Lab, Friday, March 29, 2013, 1:00-6:00 p.m. Students who signed up to go should plan to meet at 12:50 p.m. by the information booth in Wheelock Student Center. The lab houses a large population of infant and adult Macaques, and a variety of medical and psychological research is being conducted using these primates. This is a valuable experience to learn about the research on human development and disease that is being completed, as well as offering a unique opportunity to open the dialogue among students regarding the ethics of medical and psychological animal testing. Contact Andrew Fox for more information.
Psi Chi Events
- Psi Pie and Tie Dye, April 19, 2013, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Fundraiser for Family Law Court Appointed Special Advocates. Join in the fun by casting your vote ($1=1 vote) for a pie throwing contest in which one of the following faculty will be chosen to receive a pie in the face. Psi Pie candidates are David Andresen, Matt Locey, David Moore, Jill Nealy-Moore, and Carolyn Weisz. Contact Max Smith with any questions. Psi Pi and Tie Dye will be held on the event lawn by Weyerhaeuser. Trail Article
- Psi Chi Induction Ceremony, April 19, 2013, Trimble Forum, 7:00-8:00 p.m.