Other Opportunities to Participate in the Psychology Community
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The Psychology community at Cornell is large and offers several opportunities to be involved, develop professional skills, and to network. Here are some of the ways you can get involved.
Psi Chi is the International Honors Society in Psychology. Being a part of this organization gives you exclusive opportunities for professional development in psychology and related fields, and is an opportunity to meet other students interested in Psychology and related fields.
The Cognition and Neural Systems (CNS) Journal Club:
You can enroll in the CNS Journal Club for graduate or undergraduate credit (1 CR, S/U) as a Topics in Biopsychology seminar: PSYCH 6271. The course requires that you present at least once during the semester and participate actively overall. You are welcome to attend without enrolling, of course, but we do appreciate you enrolling if you plan to attend the whole semester and to present.
Meets on Tuesdays from 11:45 to 1:00 pm in Uris Hall 205.
The conference is a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to experience a professional conference in the field, to share and present their work, and to meet other students and learn about the various kinds of exciting, cutting-edge work being conducted here at Cornell.
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The department hosts renowned speakers from all over the world to visit and speak about their research. These lectures are held most Friday afternoons (Uris Hall 202 from 12:20-1:30) and are open to the Cornell community. Undergraduates are encouraged to attend our departmental colloquium. A list of the speakers can be found here.
Graduate Research Seminar
Similarly, our department hosts the Graduate Research Seminar every spring semester, where Psychology Department Graduate Students present their original. The GRS occurs on Monday afternoons (Uris Hall 202 from 12:20-1:30). A list of the speakers can be found here.
Undergraduates are welcomed and encouraged to attend our departmental colloquium and the Graduate Research Seminar.
Our department regularly posts internship and research opportunities that are both internal and external to Cornell that relate to paid and non-paid employment and experience building opportunities. Check back here to view these postings.