On Friday April 17th, the Brescia Psychology Association held a Psych 1000 Review Session. The material has been made available here: http://buff.ly/1GWw7YM. The powerpoint slides may be useful for those who missed this event as well as for those who would just like to review them again.
It should be noted that there is extra information for some of the slides in the notes section underneath.
We hope that those who attended the session as well as those who are just reading this material find them helpful, and we wish everyone the best of luck with their (hopefully) last exams!
The Brescia Psychology Association will be hosting a Psych 1000 Review Session on Friday April 17th, from 12 pm to 3 pm, in the St. James Building, Room 18. This is a chance for those in Psych 1000 to review the material, receive practice questions, and ask any questions of their own!
The Brescia University College’s Department of Psychology will be hosting their Honour Thesis Conference on Saturday April 11th from 1:50 pm to 6:05 pm in the St. James Building, Rm. 136. This is an opportunity to hear about what the thesis students have been working on for the past year. For those interested in completing a thesis in the future, this is also a chance to start gathering ideas for what you may wish to research.
The program may be found here: Brescia Department of Psychology Honours Thesis Conference 2015 schedule.
As elected this afternoon, here is next year’s executive team:
President – Ghalia Loutfi
Vice-President – Danielle Saldanha
VP Finance – Rayyan Khalif
VP Communications – Janice Lam
VP External Events – Lama Elkadri
VP Internal Events – Kaitlyn Cambridge
3rd Year Representative – Nicole Waisglass
2nd Year Representative – Krista Lucier
Congratulations to all of them and a huge thank you to everyone who came out, ran, as well as voted!
Interested in joining the Brescia Psychology Association’s executive team next year? Check out the positions here: BPA Exec Positions 2015. All are available to students to run for, and students may run for more than one.
If interested in running, please submit a short blurb by March 27th to firstname.lastname@example.org, containing:
- your name
- your program/year
- why you’re interested in joining the executive team
- why you’re interested in the specific position
These blurbs will also be posted here.
Elections will be on March 31st from 4:30 -6:30 pm in the St. James ‘ Living Room during the BPA’s Spring General Meeting. All candidates should attend to introduce themselves, read their blurbs, and vote.
Feel free to talk to any current exec members or email email@example.com for more information!
On Thursday March 16th, 2015, the BPA will be hosting a Grad School/Career Information Luncheon. From 3:30-5:30 pm in the St. James’ Auditorium, attendees will have a chance to learn about grad school and what’s involved through a presentation by Dr. John Mitchell. Attendees will also receive the opportunity to network with many community organizations to learn about available volunteer and career opportunities related to their psychology degree.
Some of these organizations are:
- The Wait List Clinic (CMHA Middlesex)
- The London and District Distress Centre
- London Abused Women’s Centre (LAWC)
- Althouse College (Masters of Counselling program)
- Fanshawe College (Autism and Behavioural Sciences program)
Some of the Brescia Psychology professors will also be present with material regarding their research. For those thinking of completing a thesis in the future, this may be a great chance to start thinking about what you could write about as well as whom you would like to work with.
There will be door prizes as well as a complimentary lunch at this free event. We hope to see everyone there!