Association of Black Psychologists Student Circle
Advisor: Dr. Kevin Cokley (Department of Educational Psychology) email@example.com
ABPSC Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Association of Black Psychologists is an academically oriented organization whose purpose is to motivate academic, professional, and personal growth of students pursuing fields in the social sciences - Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Anthropology, Human Development and Family Sciences, and etc.
Meeting Info: Every other Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in UTC 4.132
Texas Students Psychological Association
Advisor: Joel Mendolusky email@example.com
TSPA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TSPA is an educational, departmental, social, and professional organization for anyone interested in psychology. Meetings are held every other Monday at 7 pm in NOA 1.126 unless otherwise noted. Membership requirements include paying dues--$25 per year (includes a T-shirt) or $15 per semester, attending meetings and social events, and participating in a service activity each semester.
Faculty Advisor: Patrick J. Carroll, Ph.D. email@example.com
Staff Advisor: Anna Tapsak firstname.lastname@example.org
Psi Chi Email: email@example.com
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology founded in 1929 for "the purpose of encouraging, stimulating, maintaining scholarship in, and advancing the science of Psychology". The international Psi Chi lifetime membership fee is $55. There is also a one-time local fee of $25. Membership is open to Psychology majors who meet the following criteria: a Psychology major with a least 36 hours of college work completed, an overall GPA at UT of 3.0, a 3.5 GPA in Psychology courses at UT, and at least 9 hours Psychology at UT (not including PSY 357).
More information on Psi Chi
Psi Chi Chapter at The University of Texas at Austin
National Psi Chi Website
Women in Psychology
Advisor: Caryn Carlson firstname.lastname@example.org
Women in Psychology Email: email@example.com
To establish a platform for discussion abovt multicultural and women's issues in psychology. To provide an opportunity for students to interact with professionals from the mental health community who focus on multicultural and women's issues like feminist therapy or multicultural sensitivity. These professionals would include those employed outside of the university, as well as university faculty and staff. To make students aware of volunteer and job opportunities in psychology and related fields in the Austin area.