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1 Hi Psychology Majors! This document has information about the following opportunities: 1) Join PSI CHI/PSYCH CLUB (student organization for all students interested in psychology) (Meets on Tuesdays at 5:30pm in 102 McAlester Hall) 2) REMINDER: Monday Feb 24th is the last day to drop a regular 16 week course without receiving a grade in the course. Set your phone to remind you! 3) Need ACADEMIC HELP? See below for list of resources available to you! 4) Attend BLACK HISTORY MONTH events (calendar here: 5) Attend an MBA INFO SESSION (Tue Feb 11th at 6pm in Reynolds Alumni Center) 6) Nominate someone to be honored at the TRIBUTE TO WOMEN 2014 (all genders eligible!) Deadline Friday 2/14 7) Register to take a FREE practice test for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT (on site at MU on 2/16, or see link below for online options) 8) Apply to STUDY ABROAD for summer, fall, or next academic year programs. Deadline: Monday Feb 17th 9) Apply for Summer 2014 STUDY ABROAD Programs in Ecuador, Ghana, Ireland, or Thailand (See link below for info sessions) 10) Graduating Seniors: Apply for a Full Time Job with the MISSOURI COLLEGE ADVISING CORPS (Info Session Feb 18th 2 4pm in 1209A Student Center, Deadline 3/7) 11) Attend our next DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR LECTURE (Thurs 2/20 from 3:30 to 5pm in Jesse Wrench Auditorium (S107 Memorial Union) 12) Apply for the PSYCHOLOGY SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM at the University of Detroit Mercy (Deadline March 3rd) 13) Apply for a SUMMER INTERNSHIP IN NEW YORK CITY (Deadline Tues 2/25) 14) Help your friends by taking the 20 minute online ASK LISTEN REFER suicide prevention training (Follow this link: 15) Find VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES on Columbia s Voluntary Action Center website: ******************************************************** 1) Join PSI CHI/PSYCH CLUB (student organization for all students interested in psychology) (Meets on Tuesdays at 5:30pm in 102 McAlester Hall) Psi Chi/Psych Club is a student organization that is open to all undergraduate students who are interested in psychology. Some of our activities include: bringing in guest speakers (graduate students, faculty members, psychologists, hypnotists), keeping an distribution list for members, helping with community service projects, learning about research opportunities available to students, and planning fun social events and field trips. It s a great way to get connected with our department and other undergraduate students interested in psychology. All are welcome to join us! Pronunciation of Psi Chi: Psi = exactly sounds like Sigh, then Kie like kite without the t. Sigh Kite. Sigh Kie. Psi Chi! Yay! 2) REMINDER: Monday Feb 24th is the last day to drop a regular 16 week course without receiving a grade in the course.

2 Set your phone to remind you! More academic deadline info here: deadlines.php 3) Need ACADEMIC HELP? See below for list of resources available to you! The Learning Center offers tutoring help for many courses, including Math 1100, Stat 1200, Economics, French and Spanish, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. You can find the Master Schedule under Help Sessions (left hand column) at this link: If you need a tutor for one or more of your psychology courses, me back we keep a list of available tutors that I can send to you. If you need help with writing papers, contact the Writing Lab, more info here: writingcenter.missouri.edu Read your Mizzou regularly. MU can and will you to tell you stuff, for example, you must do something before you can register for classes. Psych majors that read their Mizzou get first dibs REMEMBER TO GO TO CLASS. Arrange your life so you never miss class. Tell others in your life that you need their support with this because you want to remain a Tiger! 4) Attend BLACK HISTORY MONTH events (calendar here: Living Civil Rights: Challenges for the 21st Century The University of Missouri offers programming for everyone through many departments, organizations and individuals as part of this national tribute to the unique African American experience. Some of the many MU activities include lectures, workshops, films, exhibits, and performances. Download a printable calendar here or visit Black Studies Department for more information: 5) Attend an MBA INFO SESSION (Tue Feb 11th at 6pm in Reynolds Alumni Center) Mizzou execmba Info Session Flexible MBA for Busy Working Professionals The Mizzou execmba program is designed specifically for busy working professionals like yourself. We offer a flexible 75% online and 25% on campus format taught by renowned Trulaske College of Business Faculty. Join us on Tuesday, February 11 at 6:00PM at the Reynolds Alumni Center on the Mizzou Campus for a FREE information session and your chance to learn more about the program, visit with current execmba students, and meet your future faculty. RSVP at execmba.missouri.edu/events or by ing Can't make it to the event? Register for our free online webinar Thursday, February 13 at noon. 6) Nominate someone to be honored at the TRIBUTE TO WOMEN 2014 (all genders eligible!) Deadline Friday 2/14 Call for Nominations Tribute to MU Women 2014 The Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women invites you to nominate a man or woman to be honored at the "Tribute to Women 2014." Any MU faculty, staff or student who has worked to create an environment of equity, fairness and justice for women on campus, has demonstrated respect for the diversity of women's experiences, and helped promote the advancement of women through education and advocacy are eligible. Any student, staff or

3 faculty member can submit a nomination. For additional information and the online nomination form, go to Two letters of support for each nominee must be submitted by February 14. Honorees will be recognized on Thursday, March 13. Announcement sponsored by MU Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women 7) Register to take a FREE practice test for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT (on site at MU on 2/16, or see link below for online options) Please visit bit.ly/fpt14os to sign up for a free practice test hosted by Kaplan TestPrep! MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, and DAT will be held on site at Mizzou on Sunday, February 16th. Online options also available. Please with questions! Looking for other free events? Visit bit.ly/eventsmidmo Announcement sponsored by Mizzou Alumni Association 8) Apply to STUDY ABROAD for summer, fall, or next academic year programs. Deadline: Monday Feb 17th Thinking about studying abroad? It s not too late to apply for summer or fall 2014, or academic year 2014/15! Applications for International Center programs are due Monday, Feb. 17. Not sure where to start? Come to Study Abroad 101 or stop by the International Center resource room to learn more about how study abroad works at MU. Announcement sponsored by International Center 9) Apply for Summer 2014 Programs in Ecuador, Ghana, Ireland, or Thailand The Office of Service Learning hosts information sessions February 3 20 for our upcoming Summer 2014 programs in Ecuador, Ghana, Ireland, and Thailand. These programs are open to all MU students in any major who are interested in serving abroad this summer! Students who participate in our programs earn credit while working alongside communities to build sustainable change in the areas of environmental studies, business and community development, education, public health, human rights, and social work. Learn more about these incredible opportunities by signing up for an Information Session on our online scheduler or contact Jason Kinnear. You can also call the office at (573) Announcement sponsored by Office of Service Learning 10) Graduating Seniors: Apply for a Full Time Job with the MISSOURI COLLEGE ADVISING CORPS (Info Session Feb 18th from 2 4pm in 1209A Student Center, Deadline March 7th) Graduating Seniors and Recent MU Grads! Apply For a Full time Opportunity with the Missouri College Advising Corps! The Missouri College Advising Corps seeks recent MU graduates (May or December 2013 or May 2014) to serve as full time, near peer college advisers in underserved high schools in St. Louis, Kansas City, and rural MO (and possibly Southeast MO). Advisers coach first generation college, low income, and underrepresented students to navigate college planning and financing process. MCAC is a two year commitment. Apply January 13 March 7, 2014 on the MU Human Resources website under College Adviser. To learn more about MCAC, attend an information session in the Student Center 1209A: February 18 (2 4 p.m.) or March 5 (1 3 p.m.). Questions contact: or

4 11) Attend our next DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR LECTURE (Thurs 2/20 from 3:30 to 5pm in Jesse Wrench Auditorium (S107 Memorial Union) Karen Wynn, Professor of Psychology at Yale University, will speak in Jesse Wrench Auditorium (S107 Memorial Union) on Thur., Feb. 20 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm. The title of Dr. Wynn's talk is, The discriminating infant: Early social judgments and the roots of good and evil. A brief bio and abstract for Dr. Wynn's talk can be found below. Dr. Wynn was also featured in a recent segment on 60 Minutes, in which she describes some of the research she'll be discussing in the talk. In case you are interested in getting a short preview (~13 min), the segment can be viewed here: More information about the talk and lecture series can be found on our website: series/. 12) Apply for the PSYCHOLOGY SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM at the University of Detroit Mercy (Deadline March 3rd) The University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications the Psychology Summer Enrichment Program (PSEP). We are recruiting economically and educationally disadvantaged undergraduate students from around the country in order to provide them with educational experiences aimed toward the goal of their applying to and being accepted by graduate programs in behavioral health. The PSEP is being developed via a grant that the program has received from Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Supplemental Interprofessional Education Program Behavioral Science. Undergraduate students who are accepted into the PSEP will have educational experiences in: psychology, working in an inter professional model, cultural competency, preparation for the Graduate Record Exam, exposure to basic clinical skills, and exposure to settings in which psychologists work. The program is offered at no charge, and students will be housed on the UDM campus. Students will be provided with student mentors from the Doctoral Program and will have opportunities for educational experiences and interaction with students interested in other health professions. Students accepted into the program also receive financial aid information and counseling and receive a stipend for attending. You can find information about the PSEP and the application process at the following link:http://liberalarts.udmercy.edu/programs/depts/psychology/graduate/pycphd/enrichment/ index.htm. Students can apply online or download the application materials. Questions can be directed to Barry Dauphin, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training, UDM Doctoral Program in Psychology 13) Apply for a SUMMER INTERNSHIP IN NEW YORK CITY (Deadline Tues 2/25) The International Center is announcing a new summer internship program in New York City available for the upcoming 2014 summer!! The program is open to both US and international students. Deadline to apply is Tuesday February 25th outside the us/programs/detail.php?program=10790

5 Earn academic credit while building your professional skills Participate in customized internships designed to match your academic needs and professional aspirations Develop your professional network by joining a cohort of US and international Mizzou students in one of the most exciting cities in the world! Interested students can contact Paulina Perkins at 14) Help your friends by taking the 20 minute online ASK LISTEN REFER suicide prevention training (Follow this link: ) Help Your Friends and Peers by Taking the Online Ask. Listen. Refer. Training. Did you know that suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students? You can help your friends by taking the Ask Listen Refer Training! The training only takes 20 minutes but is extremely valuable. This program teaches concerned friends to ASK their friends if they are thinking about suicide, LISTEN to their response carefully, and REFER them to a professional. Through this program, you will learn about the prevalence of suicide among the college population, warning signs, sample conversations to help you with this conversation and resources for your friend. Announcement sponsored by Department of Student Life, Wellness Resource Center and Mizzou Cares 15) Find VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES on Columbia s Voluntary Action Center website: Make yourself a more competitive applicant in your future job and/or graduate school applications by gaining some volunteer experience! You can find many local volunteer opportunities on the Voluntary Action Center website: ******************************************** Psych Advising Office 100 McAlester Hall Please call to make a phone or in person appointment, or you can make an appointment via Blackboard, click on MU Connect. The psychology advisors do NOT work on Grad Plans during walk in hours please make an appointment A to L students are advised by Jill Edwards JILL'S WALK IN HOURS: MWF 2 4pm, Tu/Th 9 11am Note: Jill will not have walk in hours from Thurs Feb 13th to Tues Feb 18th. Walk in hours resume Weds Feb 19th. M to Z students are advised by Adrienne Vaughn ADRIENNE S WALK IN HOURS: MWF 9 11am, Tu/Th 2 4pm Join us! Mizzou Department of Psychological Sciences on Facebook

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