A few weeks ago, NUS Psychology Society had a Members’ Bonding Session to introduce our Psychology Society members to each other and help them bond via fun dry games at Siloso Beach, Sentosa. At the same time, we hope to instil a sense of belonging in the society by providing an opportunity for members to interact with one another, as well as promote an inclusive society by increasing outreach to members through the event.
The event went smoothly according to plan, and we are happy that despite the low turnout, those who came enjoyed themselves. Here’s a sneak peek of what went down:
Our first game for the day was the sandcastle-making contest. Each team would have to make the tallest sandcastle in a timed-trial, and for each given time, there are mini challenges.
The first group in the Members’ Bonding Session, featuring their beautiful sandcastle well-decorated with colourful flowers and ornaments.
The second group, featuring their relatively taller sandcastle with such pristine designs and our handsome president, Zhi Hao.
Following the sandcastle contest, we took a short break and played the next game, that was to build a tower/castle of cards.
One of the teams with their beaming faces after completing the game.
We ended off the event with a picture of everyone. We would like to thank every single member for coming down on a Saturday and being enthusiastic about playing our games. Hope to see you again and do look forward to more of the society’s events!
The greatly anticipated Prison Visit is back!🤗
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the bars? Or how do Psychologists play an important role there? Join us in our next visit to the Singapore Prison Service (SPS) to get your answers! We’ll be touring through Cluster B of the prison, be introduced to SPS, and end the day off with a dialogue session with some Home Team Specialists.
Date: 7 June 2018 (Thurs)
Time: 2 pm – 4.45 pm
Location: Prison Link Centre, Changi (PLCC)
Sign up today at tinyurl.com/psychprisonvisit18 by 10 May 2018, 2359!
[First come first serve, members priority]*
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are mental disorders as uncommon as one might assume? Or as dramatic as what the media portrays?
As part of our efforts to raise awareness of mental health, join us for our first ever Library of Life! Let’s break down the stigma and hear the stories from our books who have had personal experiences with mental illnesses. Hear their stories, and feel free to engage them in a discussion on topics you are interested in.
5 books will be present for our event covering topics from depression, bipolar disorder, dissociative identity disorder to caregiving for mental illnesses.
Library of life allows you, our reader, to hear their stories in 30-minutes dialogue sessions. After every 30 minutes, you will be able to check out a new book and hear a new story. Our books can only each have a maximum of 6 readers at one time so sign up early to avoid disappointment.
The Library of Life: Real Stories from Real People
Date: Wed, 4 April 2018
Time: 6 – 9pm
Venue: AS1- 0302 & AS1 – 0303
Come and listen to their challenges and victories in life!
First come first serve so do sign up fast. Walk-ins are accepted but dependent on availability on the day itself so do sign up via https://tinyurl.com/mentalhealthlibrarysignup to confirm your place.
LSPn is proud to announce that we will be organising the Life Sciences-Psychology (LS-P) INFORMATION SESSION 2018!! Things we will be sharing about includes:
What life is like as an LS-P student
What are the differences between double major/double degree/major-minor programmes
How LSPn is here to help you cope with your studies
Also do keep your eyes peeled for us on NUS Open Day (10th March) as we will be roaming around the Life Sciences and Psychology department booths and handing out brochures
When you think of professors/tutors, does one name come to mind specifically? We want to know your special experience with your tutors!
Here is your chance to be part of PAW:
Submit a short appreciation video (30-45s) to us and we will compile it for our hardworking and incredible professors and tutors to see!
For your video, you can make use of the following:
1. Describe psychology in one word.
2. Name your current or past professors/tutors?
3. Describe your psychology professors and tutors in one word.
4. What will you do without your tutor?
5. If you could tell your tutor something, what would it be?
Hope to see your videos! Email it to us at email@example.com by 26 Feb 2359 🙂