Wednesday, February 24, 2010

FREE Kaplan GRE practice test

Hello Psi Chi and Psychology students,

Interested in going to graduate school? Nervous about the GRE's? Why not take a FREE GRE practice test?

Saturday March 6th at 12pm

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Monday, February 22, 2010

Mid-Hudson Psychology Conference

In April SUNY New Paltz is once again hosting the 4th annual Mid-Hudson Psychology Conference. This conference is dedicated to STUDENT (undergraduate and graduate) work.

What you can submit:
Completed or in-progress scientific or theoretical work
ex) a paper for a seminar class, or research done with a professor.

Presentations can be given in either Oral or Poster format

The deadline to submit your work is March 31st.

Paper submission and registration is through a completely electronic process through this website:

More soon to come,

Thursday, February 18, 2010

New Officers Needed

Hello Psi Chi,

Thanks to those who attended Professor Grossi's talk yesterday evening.

We expect to continue the Learn a bit Eat a bit series in March With Professor Tillman, for those who are interested.

Get ready for Open Mic with Psi Chi and RPM Tuesday March 30th at Cabaloosa's!!

The newly established Art Therapy club is planning to invite art therapist Ed Regensburg to speak on campus. Date&time: TBA

We are currently looking for new E-board members for the Fall 2010 semester.
Positions available:
-Public Relations

New officers will be inducted in May at the induction ceremony.

Meeting times are 10:30am in HUM 04 if you are interested and want to learn more.

Want to be creative? Have ideas for a fund raising event?? Let us know! email me at

Until next time,

Ashley Stauffer
Public Relations

Monday, February 8, 2010

Learn a Bit, Eat a Bit Series

Hello Psi Chi,

I am glad to now be introducing our new "Learn a bit, Eat a bit" series.

This is a way for students to get to know their professors more intimately than they can in a classroom setting.

Don't be scared. I know psychology professors can be intimidating, but when they are in a smaller setting, talking about the things that really interest them, they're not so bad.

Dr. Grossi will be our first lecturer, and she will be speaking about her research on bilingualism.

This talk is open for Subject Pool credit. 20 seats are available, so if you are interested be sure to hurry and sign up!

Time and Location: Wednesday, February 10, 2010. 5:30PM - 6:30PM. SUB 416

Directions: Go to the fourth floor, exit the elevators turn right and follow hallway to the corner room. Please sign the attendance sheets at the end of this event to receive credits.

Refreshments will be served!

More updates to come soon