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
Renee Duffy, President
Hello everyone, my name is Renee Duffy, and I am in my fourth year of a B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology. Throughout the past two years, I have been a general member of the Psychology Society, and I am so excited to have the opportunity to be the Vice Present this year! Being involved in this society has given me the chance to meet amazing people and learn the different opportunities a major in Psychology can bring you. This society is a great way to get involved and meet new people at Grenfell Campus. We participate in events to help reduce the stigma and raise awareness surrounding different domains of psychology. Along with this, we help in fundraising for different organizations in Corner Brook and surrounding towns. We are not exclusive to psychology majors, so we welcome all students, of all different majors, to get involved! I hope to see some new and old faces this year, and I am excited to hear all the ideas that come forth from everyone involved. If you have any questions you can email me or drop by the dem room (AS 348) and I would be happy to help!
Anna Dollimount, Treasurer
Hey everyone! My name is Anna Dollimount and I am in my third year of a B.Sc. with a major in Psychology. You may recognize me as one of the former social media reps from last year’s executive. This year I have taken on the role of treasurer and I could not be more excited about it. I am really looking forward to getting back to work with the Psychology Society to help run events, encouraging new members to join, and making the dem room a comfortable space. The society is a great way to meet people in the psychology program (and also in other programs) who share common interests and I cannot encourage people enough to join it. I am really looking forward to seeing everyone at the meetings and events this year! If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at my email or come find me around campus!
Abbie Morales, Secretary
Hi everyone! My name is Abbie Ching Morales, and I am currently in my third year of a B.Sc. in Psychology. The experience I have had with the Psychology Society in the past two years have been fun and exciting, as well as refreshing! The Psychology Society is an organization where students (psychology majors or not) can get involved with organizing fun-filled events for students, while also raising funds and spreading awareness about issues surrounding mental health. I am very excited to be one of the executives for this semester. I cannot wait to see both new and familiar faces, to meet new friends, and to be able to work with all of you to raise awareness and reduce the stigma around mental health. If you have any questions or if you want to be a part of the society, do not hesitate to drop by the Dem Room (AS 348) or email me. You are all welcome and I hope to see you around!