The Psychology Newsletter for Spring 2013 (.PDF, 690 KB) covers updates for the Science IV and V Buildings, profiles some of our faculty and alumni (both Graduate & Undergraduate), and highlights our Honors students and awards winners from 2012.
There are several ways for you to learn more about psychology and get involved in our department.
The Psychology Club is a student-organized, Student Association-chartered group open to all interested Binghamton students. It arranges activities and programs of interest to students and provides input to the Psychology Department regarding the concerns and needs of undergraduate students. The specific programs change from year to year, depending upon members' interests. Past programs include a variety of career nights, conversations with faculty and discussions with graduate students about how being a graduate student differs from being an undergraduate. Involvement in the Psychology Club is a way you can customize and personalize your experience as a psychology major. For information contact the club's academic adviser, Joseph Morrisey, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer advisors typically work 8 to 10 hours per week in the Psychology Department office, but may choose to work more or fewer hours depending on schedule and financial aid award. Responsibilities include advising fellow psychology majors about courses and requirements, helping students declare the major in psychology and assisting with routine clerical tasks in the office. To become a peer advisor, you must be eligible for Federal Work Study. If there are openings for peer advisors and you are interested in applying, contact email@example.com.
Last Updated: 2/7/13