The Psychology department got festive for a cause this Halloween. PSI CHI honor society sponsored a donation drive in which they encouraged students to donate food for the local food pantry with the incentive of faculty dressing up for Halloween if the goal of 600 goods was reached. As you can see their goal was met!
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The NSULA chapter of the International Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi) invites eligible students to apply and join us this Fall 2019 semester.
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology. To apply please go to Current Students link to the left and then Student Organizations Tab, then PSI CHI link, then click PSI CHI Application.
We would love to engage your students in a special opportunity to learn more about careers at the UN during our upcoming Global Leadership Summit. During this year’s Summit, students will be able to interact with professionals in the UN, learn valuable advocacy skills, and share their passion for international issues.
By connecting your students with the United Nations Association-USA and the UN Foundation, they will gain access to resources, professional networks and the opportunity to attend additional conferences and summits across the country.
Having research experience is a great way to prepare for graduate school and the work force in psychology! Here is your chance to gain this valuable experience and set you apart from other students. Psychology students interested in Biological, Neurological or Cognitive Psychology should look into this opportunity.
During this spooky season, a few faculty and graduate students dressed in costume for Halloween.
In the wake of the earthquake that devastated Nepal, Empower Nepali Girls, an organization that provides scholarships, support, and mentoring to at-risk young Nepali girls, has expanded their mission to providing medical care, housing, basic services, as well as to rebuilding destroyed schools. This past October, NSU’s Psi Chi hosted a fundraiser to raise money that will be put towards rebuilding one such school. During the week of Halloween, each faculty member agreed to wear a costume if students donated at least $50 towards that faculty members bucket. As you can see below, it was very successful!
The Psychology Department faculty and staff held a brief reception to welcome NSU’s new President, Dr. Henderson.