Welcome to the November 2007 Issue of The Pink Flamingo

  • Psychology/Human Development Club News: Guest Speaker Wednesday

  • Psi Chi News: Don’t Be a Grinch…Volunteer for a Good Cause!

  • Careers of the Month: November 2007 Edition

  • Breaking News: Human Development Welcomes “New” Faculty Member!

  • New Course for Spring 2008: Public Policy Across the Life Span

  • Research Assistantships: A Student Perspective

  • Career Tip of the Month: Identify Job References

  • Graduate School Tip of the Month: Requesting Letters of Recommendation

  • All the Classes I Wanted to Take are Closed, Now What Do I Do, Pink Flamingo???

  • Get Your Registration Questions Answered…by The Pink Flamingo

  • Congratulations to Phi Kappa Phi Honorees!

  • Faculty Colloquia Series Continues with Drs. Burns and Wilson-Doenges

  • Trivia: October Answers and November Questions

  • Help Wanted: Research and Teaching Assistants Needed for Spring

  • Scholarship Opportunity for Study Abroad Students

  • Top Eleven Best Things about Being a Human Development or Psychology Student

Psi Chi News: Don’t Be a Grinch…Volunteer for a Good Cause!

Attention Psi Chi members! Word here at The Pink Flamingo is that Psi Chi needs volunteers for the ‘Tis the Season Event on December 1st from 9am-Noon. Volunteers would be taking tickets, helping with crafts, and doing other things related to the event. Interested members should contact Psi Chi President Jaimie Henschel (hensjl05@uwgb.edu), who will make sure they get on the list (we’re sure that means Santa’s good list – not the one that leads to lumps of coal).

Careers of the Month: November 2007 Edition

This month, we profile careers that may be of interest to those who want to work with children.

Day Care Worker: Still like playing with crayons and finger paint? Like working with kids and helping them learn? Find out more at by clicking here.

Children’s Librarian: Want an excuse to read your favorite books over and over again? Enjoy developing educational programs for children? Think about a career as a children’s librarian and learn more at this website.