Have you ever wanted to try new things? Or do you love to organise events? If yes, READ ON!
Psychology Appreciation Week (PAW) is now recruiting for subcom! PAW is an activity in Week 12 which aims to motivate students through mini games and welfare packs and show our appreciation to our teaching staff!
Here are the roles you can consider:
- Marketing Musketeers:
- Approach Sponsors via email, and various other platforms
- No experience is required as long as you are willing to learn
- Passionate Publicist:
- Videography and Photography (especially important during events)
- Video Editing (making of appreciation video)
- Designing Posters
- Legendary Logisticians:
- Collecting of Sponsorship materials with the Marketing Musketeers
- Checking logistics for the event
Do not worry if you have no experience! We will learn and grow together as a team!
Sign up NOW at tinyurl.com/pawsubcomm18 by 3 Feb 2018 (Sat), 2359!
ELLO FELLOW MEMBERS!
Is the new semester starting too soon? 😢 Is playing and eating all you want to do? Have you been in the search for that perfect lecture buddy? If so, you have your chance now at Psychology Society’s Start-of-Year Gathering!
It’s the golden opportunity for FREE FROYO,
FREE NEW FRIENDS, and all the fun and games that await you! 😁
Indicate your interest now at tinyurl.com/psychsocsoy2018 for an evening of no regrets!
Wondering what is out there after graduation?
The beloved Alumni Conversations are back! These are sessions where we invite our very own Psychology alumni, who are now in various fields and stages in life, to share their personal experiences and knowledge.
We have invited alumnus Gavin Ng, who is currently a third-year PhD student in the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as a part of the vision lab. Gavin obtained his Bachelor of Social Sciences (with First Class Honours) in Psychology from NUS in 2015, where he was a research assistant in several labs. He was also a research intern in the Neuroimaging Lab at Duke-NUS Medical School.
You might remember Gavin as the author of the Advice for Seniors. He actively supports Psychology students through sharing experiences and knowledge regarding graduate school matters. He was also a FASS mentor for 2 years back in NUS, providing advice about modules, opportunities to students.
Join us on this exciting afternoon to chat with Gavin, as he shares his extensive insights to graduate schools, experiences from undergrad, and more! All are welcomed! RSVP at http://www.tinyurl.com/alumniconvo18, refer to the poster for more details.
See you there!:)
Want to find something meaningful to do during the summer? Have a desire to make new friends and have a crazy fun time of your life?
NUS Psychology Society is looking for Ocomm members for the upcoming NUS Psychology Camp 2018! Join us as we strive for a memorable and fun orientation camp for the incoming freshmen!
The NUS Psychology Camp 2018 will be held during the summer break in 2018 and we are looking for members to join the respective subcomms:
– Mystery Investigation (MI)
More information regarding the specific subcomms can be found in the sign-up form. Sign-ups are open till 7 January, 2359 so do sign up now at tinyurl.com/psychcampocomm2018.
For any enquiries, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to having you on the team!
Finals are FINALLY OVER and Christmas is Coming. It’s the time of giving!
Just as how we’ve benefitted from our seniors’ experiences, let’s reflect on our past semester and do some module reviewsto help future students in our positions!
The good, the bad, the frustrating—we want to know them all!
You can contribute your reviews at http://tinyurl.com/psychmodreview. The collection of past reviews can be found at: https://nuspsychereviews.wordpress.com/.
P.S. If you prefer to remain anonymous, just enter ‘NA’ into the Name section of the submission form. If you provide your name, we will include it along so you can be credited.
Thanks so much for your submission! (:
Are you interested in learning more about clinical psychology? Have a passion for volunteering and working in the field of clinical psychology?
NUS Psychology Society is proud to bring back the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) Visit this December break! You will have the chance to interact with an IMH clinical psychologist and an IMH mental health advocate as they share their experiences. We will also be bringing you on a small tour around the institution to understand the various programmes and facilities available for patients at IMH.
Date: 19th December 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 9.30am – 12pm
Location: Institue of Mental Health (IMH)
Slots are limited and will be on a first-come-first-serve basis, so do sign up now at tinyurl.com/IMHVisitDec2017. Sign-ups will close on 10 December, 2359. Priority will be given to NUS Psychology Society’s members.