Undergraduate Psychology Society

Undergraduate Psychology Society

The goal of Bishop’s University Undergraduate Psychology Society as an academic club is to provide students with as many opportunities as possible to explore the different fields of Psychology. Throughout the year, students will be invited to do some volunteering in the Lennoxville and Sherbrooke community, giving them a chance to explore by themselves the different spheres of Psychology. Students will also have the opportunity to meet other peers within their program through social events like Article Night. In conjunction with the Psychology Department and other Bishop’s committees, the Society hosts interesting speakers who come to the University to share their knowledge and experience. These lectures provide in-depth, practical applications of Psychology in the real world and help broaden students’ future aspirations with their own degrees. The Society is open to all students whether they are in the minors, majors, or honours field.

For more information, please contact the 2016-2017 executive members of the society:

Amanda Takacs, Co-President atakacs11@ubishops.ca

Erin Wilkie, Co-President ewilkie14@ubishops.ca

BU Undergraduate Psychology Society Fall 2016

BU Undergraduate Psychology Society Winter 2016