Psychology Club Events


Please stay tuned for more events.

Past Events:

Rose SCRAM Lamp Light Event with Watson PosterLAMP LIGHT / LATE NIGHT
Rose Art Museum, Video Gallery
Thursday, December 4, 5 pm
Museum open 12-9 pm

After Ken's exceptional talk at the Rose on the psychological effects of war and rehabilitation efforts, we've partnered with the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM) again to host another psychology discussion at the museum! The wonderful, recently retired Professor Mick Watson, will be coming back to campus to discuss bullying and its effects on child development. Professor Watson will lead the discussion based on Rose Video 05: "Bully," by Gillian Wearing.

Psychology Career Panel Flyer imagePsychology Career Panel
Thursday, November 13
at 7:00 PM
in Pearlman Lounge
Are you thinking about a career in Psychology? Come to meet alumni, faculty, advisors, other psychology students, and for pizza!

Sponsored by the Psychology Club and Psychology UDRs.
For more information, please see the event flyer.


Rose Art Museum Lamp Light Event posterLAMP LIGHT / LATE NIGHT
Rose Art Museum
Thursday, November 6, 5 pm
Museum open 12-9 pm

Enjoy extended hours at the Rose and a discussion led by Kenneth Pitts (Psychology Graduate Student) on Rose Projects 1B | 1914: Magnus Plessen and the artwork's relationship to post-traumatic stress disorder as well as the effects of war on human psychology.

Sponsored by SCRAM, the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum. Refreshments will be served.


Career Panel Poster jpgPsychology Career Panel
Tuesday, March 25 at 7 pm
Levine-Ross, Hassenfeld
Are you thinking about a career in Psychology? Professors Joseph Cunningham, Jutta Wolf, and Paul DiZio can help you find the road map to get to your area of research.  Sponsored by the Psychology Club and Psychology UDRs. For more information, please see the event flyer.

Rain Man Poster jpgRain Man
November 7, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Rappaporte Treasure Hall
 
Come join us for a screening of the timeless movie, Rain Man! It's a wonderful movie, not only for psych majors but for anyone who enjoys a good movie. Refreshments will be served.
 
For more information, please email any of the Psi Chi officers or visit the Facebook event.
 
This event is sponsored by Psi Chi @ Brandeis, Psychology Club and the Psychology Department UDRs.