Tie-Dye with Psi Chi

Come tie dye with Psi Chi! We are going to be selling Psych/Neuro Department shirts for $9 that you will have the option to tie dye and all of the proceeds will go to the Alec Dale Fund. If you don’t want to buy a shirt to tie dye you can bring your own!

Gator Day: Shaping Your Future in Psychology, Session 4

It’s Gator Day!

Be sure to check out: Shaping Your Future in Psychology 

Session Four (3:00 – 4:15 pm)

Psychology faculty share their knowledge about graduate schools, internships, and career opportunities in the field of psychology. Carnegie 101.  Presenters: Psi Chi Members

All are welcome!

Check out the entire Gator Day Schedule.

Psychological Science Brown Bag Event 10/20

Please join us THIS FRIDAY, October 20th from 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm in Carnegie 110 for our Psychological Science Brown Bag.


This week, we will look into some recent research to discuss whether Using Social Media to Unwind is helpful, harmful, or both?  If you have ever used Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, etc. to get away, unwind, or connect and experienced the mixed effects of spending time on social media, this is for you! We will discuss research that has looked at effects of social media on productivity, brain activity, self-esteem, mood, and a sense of belongingness. As always, our meetings are open to anyone – so bring a friend and spread the news! There is no need to RSVP.

Light refreshments will be served, but feel free to bring your own lunch!

Here are some resources for those who would like to get a sense of what we will be talking about:

Looking forward to seeing many of you on Friday!

30 Day Mindfulness Challenge Survey

30 Day Mindfulness Challenge Survey

Professor Juvia Heuchert Keynote Speaker in Durban, South Africa

Professor Juvia Heuchert delivered an invited keynote address entitled “African Contributions to Peace Psychology” at the 1st Pan-African Psychology Congress in Durban, South Africa held from the 18th to the 21st of September, 2017. This historic congress was the first time ever in which psychologists from across Africa gathered to deliberate on psychological issues specific to Africa, as well as more general themes related to human rights, inequality, and well-being. Dr. Heuchert was the only African keynote speaker invited from outside Africa to address the congress. To learn more about the congress, watch this promotional video:

Therapy Dogs at Pelletier Library today (10/02/17)

Are you feeling homesick and missing your pets?  Join the therapy dogs Monday,October 2nd.  (Hey, that’s today!!)

Where: Lobby of Pelletier Library!

When: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Psychology Picnic hosted by Psi Chi and the Psychology Department

Psychology Picnic Event

All students taking a Psychology Class, all Psychology Majors, all Phi Chi members…join us next Wednesday Oct 4th for the Psychology Picnic! Come to Carnegie Hall between 5:00 pm -6:30 pm and get to know the members of the psychology department. There will be donuts, hot apple cider, hot chocolate, apple pie and pumpkin pie!


Fall 2017 Office Hours posted online

The new 2017 Fall office hours for the Psychology Department have been posted online.  Go to the Faculty & Staff website and click on the professor’s name that you are looking for.



You may have noticed some colorful rocks around campus. This is a fun, affordable way to get everyone’s minds off the stresses of the world and can be a great hobby!

The rules:
If you find a rock, you can keep or re-hide. Please post a picture using the hashtag #acgatorrocks, we love to see our rocks travel.  Feel free to paint your own!


Psychological Science Brown Bag 04/21 “Psych/Neuro Presentations”

This Friday, April 21st, the Psychological Science Brown Bag will have some Psychology and Neuroscience students present their research.  All students are invited.  Carnegie Hall room 105 from 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm.

  • Learn about senior comp research.
  • Get great tips.
  • Meet the faculty.

As always, this is an informal and friendly setting meant to foster an open discussion of ideas and interesting research findings. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and, most importantly, bring yourself!

Looking forward to seeing you this afternoon!