The Fisk University Psychology Club is sponsoring a week of activities for faculty, staff and students from February 2-5. Activities are open to all regardless of major or interests in an effort to illustrate how psychology applies to various disciplines. The calendar of activities is posted below.
TUESDAY, 4:00 p.m. (PJ-122) – Psychology Movie: “Antwone Fisher” (this will be followed by a brief discussion of psychological issues raised by the movie)
WEDNESDAY, 12:00 p.m. (PJ-303) – Psychology & the Brain: A talk by Clinical Researcher Dr. Merida Grant, Vanderbilt University (she will also discuss potential neuroscience research opportunities for undergraduates)
WEDNESDAY, 3:00 p.m. (PJ-122) – Panel Discussion: How to Make Yourself Marketable – Summer Research Opportunities (A group of students and professors will discuss how to locate and secure summer research opportunities in all disciplines so that you are more marketable after graduation)
THURSDAY, 12:00 p.m. (Faculty Dining Lounge) – Mental Health Fair (Learn about different issues that face college students and learn helpful information on how to effectively handle them)
THURSDAY, 6:00 p.m. (Faculty Dining Lounge) – Psychology Family Feud (Sign up a team of 5 people to compete against other teams, just like the game show!) See flyers on Monday and Tuesday to learn how to sign up a team.
FRIDAY, 12:00 p.m. (PJ-303) – Love & Relationships: A talk by Dr. Sheila Peters, Chair of Psychology & Clinical Psychologist