Outside the Classroom
The College of Professional Advancement Psi Chi chapter was initiated in 2020. It is a student-run organization advised by Dr. Merrin Oliver. Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Eligible students should visit the Psi Chi website to apply.
The Psychology Club at Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement was established in 2018. The Club aims to create a community where psychology majors can engage with other psychology students and faculty and explore opportunities for networking and professional development.
The Psychology Club organizes and provides:
- Professional development
- Social events, both virtual and face-to-face such as workshops, fundraisers, and mixers
- Resources related to academic advising, service opportunities, research opportunities, and work experience
The Psychology Club is a student-run organization. An executive committee of three officers, including a president, vice president, and treasurer, are elected each fall to manage the club for the academic year. Announcements about club activities, resources, and communications can be found in the Psychology Club Canvas page for Mercer students.
2019-2020 Psychology Club Executive Committee:
President: Virginia Troemel
Vice President: Maham Husain