The Behavioral Science Club offers students an opportunity to learn more about social sciences outside the classroom. It’s a fun way to interact with other majors and faculty. The group does several social activities, academic activities (such as research projects or tours of Mental Health Institutes), and events on campus to raise awareness of issues of interest to members. The club allows students to develop informal supports, education, social interactions, and leadership skills. Both majors and non-majors are welcome, and the only membership requirement is an interest in the social sciences (psychology, sociology, and criminal justice).
Psychology Club Faculty Advisors:
Cyndi Walljasper, Ph.D.
Kelly Danaher, Ph.D.