The PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY is a student-run organization. For up to date news and events hosted by the Psychology Society,
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Fundraising activities allow the society to:
- Host socials with psychology professors
- Organize graduation festivities
- Plan psychology-related events
- Donate funds for non-profit organizations
The Psychology Society's goals are to raise awareness about mental health, engage students in the field of psychology, and to foster a positive and encouraging learning environment for students. These goals are accomplished by:
- Increasing awareness about mental health and decreasing the stigma surrounding mental health issues.
- Giving back to mental health issues in the community through fundraising.
- Catering to students at Grenfell Campus through fun events and fundraisers.
The Psychology Society meets in the Dem Room once a week. We are always looking for new members and volunteers! It’s a great way to meet other students, interact with professors, and get involved in campus life.
The Dem Room (AS 348) is a meeting place for all psychology students. Feel free to use this space to:
- Work on your courses
- Use the computers and other psychology resources
- Socialize / de-stress with other psychology students
- Stay informed by reading relevant notices posted on dem room boards
Anna Dollimount (President)
Hey everyone! My name is Anna Dollimount and I am in my fourth year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) with a major in Psychology. You may recognize me as the former treasurer from last year’s executive or as one of the social media reps from the 2018-2019 school year. This year I have taken on the role of the President and I could not be more excited about it. I’m really looking forward to keeping students connected with one another and the profs during the online school year. The society is a great way to meet new friends from all disciplines who share common interests and I encourage everyone to join regardless of your major! I hope to “see” you all at our meetings and please message me if you have any questions.
Kristen Seymoure (Vice-President)
Hey everybody! My name is Kristen Seymoure and I am in my fourth year of a B.Sc. (Hons) with a major in Psychology. In the past year, I was a general member of the Psychology Society. This year I was elected as the vice president for the 2020-2021 school year and I could not be more excited! Since I have been a part of the Psychology Society, I have met so many new friends and got to be involved in so many fun and interesting events. Being a part of the Psychology Society allows you to partake in different events that help reduce the stigma around mental health topics, brings people together, and provides individuals with a place where they can just relax and chat during their busy school schedules. The great thing about the Psychology Society is that it is not limited to Psychology students. Our door is open to students from all majors, regardless of year! Inclusion is the main priority of this society. I look forward to hopefully seeing new faces this semester. I know that learning remotely is challenging, so what better way than to stay connected through an amazing society! If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email!
Abbie Morales (Secretary)
Hi everyone! My name is Abbie Morales, and I am in my fourth year of a BSc. in Psychology (Honours). I am excited to be your Secretary again this year! Although this year will run a little different, I am confident that we can all get through this together.
Being involved in the society for the past three years has exposed me different perspectives, explore new possibilities, and meet new friends. I have witnessed the motivation of the people involved in the society: the passion to serve others on top of their academic work, the eagerness to extend help to other organizations inside and outside Corner Brook, and the drive to raise awareness of things that matter. Thus, the society is a great way to get involved.
All students are welcome and can participate in the many events that the society has to offer. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of us, our Facebook page, or email us at Psych_Society2019@outlook.com. Everyone is happy to help you!
Brianne Bishop (Treasurer)
Hi everyone, my name is Brianne Bishop, and I am very happy to be the new Treasurer for the Psychology Society! I am in my third year of a B.A. in Psychology, minoring in English. I grew up in Corner Brook and honestly didn't think I would ever want to stay here to attend post-secondary, but the truth is, when I came to Grenfell it was so much different than I expected, everyone was so welcoming and kind I absolutely fell in love with it. I am so proud to be completing my undergraduate degree at Grenfell and I'm glad to be a part of our Psychology Society. I want to thank everyone for the opportunity to be your treasurer this year. While there might not be a great deal of things for me to do, specifically because we aren't on Campus, I am excited to be able to help my co-members and make things run smoothly online. The Psychology Society is a great, fun way to get involved and meet people who are interested in the same things that you are. All students are welcome to join and we would be happy to have you! Feel free to email me anytime with any questions you may have at
Marissa Taylor (Social Media Representative)
Hi everyone! My name is Marissa Taylor and I am really looking forward to being the social media representative for the Psychology Society this year! I am currently in my third year of a B.A in Psychology. I joined the Psychology Society last year because I’m such a huge mental health advocate and I love being a part of such a welcoming society! Everyone is so friendly, and I’ve made some wonderful friends from it!! I look forward to getting to meet everyone (virtually) of course! Everyone is welcome to join the society!!
Shelby Rolfe (Social Media Representative)
Hello everyone, my name is Shelby Rolfe, and I am in my third year of my B.Sc. in Psychology. I have been a part of the Grenfell Campus Psychology Society as a general member for the past year, and this year I will be one of the society’s Social Media Representatives. I feel honored to be able to take this role this year and work with the rest of the team to create a welcoming and safe place for all Grenfell students, both inside and outside the Psychology Program. The Psychology Society is a fun way to meet new people, participate in events to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, and help fundraise for different organizations in our communities. I can’t wait to see some old friends and make lots of new ones as well. Please feel free to send me an email at email@example.com at any time with any questions you might have!