Student Activities in Psychology
Student Activities in Psychology
Welcome to NJCU’s Psychology Community!
Curious about the field of Psychology? NJCU’s Psychology community is composed of two bodies, NJCU’s Psychology Society and NJCU’s chapter of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society In Psychology. Together, we hope to inspire future leaders to use Psychology in their daily lives in order to develop essential skills needed in any field of work!
NJCU Psychology Society
The Psychology Society is a student-run organization that opens to all majors at NJCU! If you are curious about what the concentration holds, engage with us and find the beauty of the social science of the mind! Psychology is everywhere, therefore, let’s apply it to our daily lives and become altruistic members of society! Being members of the Psychology Society, we create a safe and informative environment for students of all majors to share topics of interest and find the relationships they may have to Psychology.
- Interested in joining the Psych Club? Click the link below and sign up NOW!
- If you have any questions, contact the NJCU Psychology Society President, Hafsa Dawood (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NJCU’s Chapter of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society In Psychology
NJCU’s chapter of Psi Chi is open to all students majoring or minoring in Psychology! Join us if you are looking to dive deep into the beauty of this social science!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
- Recognizing and promoting excellence in the science and application of psychology?
- Connecting with peers and mentors in the field of psychology?
- Research opportunities and career development workshops?
- Networking, funding and much more…?
- Leadership skills?
Join PSI CHI
The NJCU Chapter of Psi Chi— the International Honor Society in Psychology. Psi Chi is open to students majoring/minoring in psychology or a related degree. Induction is every Spring for celebrating excellence.
- Major/minor in psychology or related field
- Ranking in the top 35% of your class
- Undergraduate students can join with a minimum GPA of 3.30 (on a 4.0 scale)
- Graduate students can join with a minimum graduate GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.0 scale)
Please submit your application NOW or by Jan 1 of each year to ensure participation in the annual Spring Induction.
For more information about Psi Chi visit psichi.org, or contact Psi Chi Student President Amirah Kitchen (Akitchen@njcu.edu), or Co-advisors Dr. Wei Zhang (Wzhang@njcu.edu) & Dr. Peri Yuksel (Pyuksel@njcu.edu)
Please join our events and stay updated through Instagram @NJCUPsiChi and @Psyc.Club.NJCU. Also, check your emails for communication.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Fall 2021), (2)1, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 47.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Spring 2021), (25)3, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 45-46.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Winter 2020), (25)2, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 56-5.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Fall 2020), (25)1, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 46.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Spring 2020), (24)3, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 4.
- Eye on Psi Chi (Fall 2019), (24)1, Psi Chi- The International Honor Society in Psychology, p. 44.
Meet Our Advisors
Dr. Yuksel is the co-advisor of Psi-Chi. She is a developmental psychologist and is enthusiastic about creating a non-traditional class to promote student growth. Dr. Yuksel also spends her time researching, planning student study abroad trips, and helping her students find better ways to learn. Her goal is to see her student fall in love with psychology rather than be afraid of it and succeed. As a co-advisor, she is always motivating Psi-Chi members to become involved and explore the psychology field and always encourages questions. Dr. Yuksel is a committed club advisor and helps Psi-Chi’s goal of connecting with psychology.
Dr. Zhang is the co-advisor of Psi Chi. She conducts research that examines biological and environmental effects on human emotions and behavior development with integrations of neurobiological approaches and statistical methods. While collaborating with students, Dr. Zhang allows students to grow at their own pace and discover the many opportunities that a single student can have while achieving academic and scientific excellence.
Meet Our Presidents
Hello everyone, my name is Zha'yneira Powell and I am a sophomore at NJCU. I am majoring in Psychology with plans on minoring in Biology. As a first-generation student I've always strived in terms of my academics, and I can't wait to network
with people with the same mindset. Lastly, I am extremely excited to be a part of Psychology Society and to have the club be more known.
Hi everyone, my name is Amirah Kitchen and I am a sophomore at NJCU. I am majoring in Psychology with a minor in general business. I aspire to take every new experience and challenge as a blessing. I am excited to get more involved when it comes to Psychology and network with new people. Go Knights!
The NJCU Psychology Society strives to connect humans in their quest for wellbeing and a positive outlook on life. A broad range of speakers from various disciplines and cross-cultural contexts and experiences are invited to share dilemmas of the 21st century. The intention is to provide solutions on an individual, collective, or societal level because each human being plays a significant role in contributing to the wellbeing of others and themselves. The NJCU Psychology Society provides a platform to connect interdisciplinary scholars with community members to strengthen the social fabric of our ever-changing society by having conversations across cultures and diverse world views.
Views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the invited guest speakers throughout their slides and presentation belong solely to the guest speakers and do not necessarily present the views of the NJCU Psychology Society, Psi Chi, or Department.