As you may remember from last month’s issue, the PHD Club and Psi Chi formed a joint team for the NAMIWalk this year. On September 26th, more than 20 students and faculty got out and walked for NAMI and, collectively, raised more than $1,500 for the cause! That money will be used for support, advocacy, and education initiatives throughout Brown County. Thanks so much to all those who walked.
The Psychology and Human Development (P/HD) Club is an organization here on campus designed to bring together students who are majoring or minoring in Psychology or Human Development or those who are just interested in the events! We have a host of fun events planned for the coming semester, and we hope you will join us!
Here is what we have planned so far:
- First Meetings: September 22nd @ 7 pm in the 1965 Room or September 23rd @ 5 pm in the Wequiok Room (the same information will be covered at both meetings, so you only need to attend one).
- Club Meeting: October 4th @ 5 pm in the 1965 Room or October 5th @ 5 pm in the 1965 Room (again, the same information will be covered at both meetings).
- Movie Night: October 6th @ 6:30 pm in MAC 210 - the movie is Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia.
- Graduate School Series
- September 30th @ 5 pm in MAC 208: General Graduate School Info (open to everyone, but particularly targeted at first and second year students who want to know more about graduate school, what it takes to get in, why they should go, etc.).
- October 12th @ 5 pm in MAC 206: Writing Your Personal Statement (again, open to everyone, but targeted at students who are in the midst of the application process or just starting the process).
If you have any questions about the club or want to join our mailing list, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like every year, the P/HD Club and Psi Chi are getting out to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) by walking in the NAMIWalk. This year, though, they are combining forces to put together one Super-Team by walking together – and they want you to join them.
For those of you unfamiliar with NAMI, it is an advocacy group with the mission of improving the quality of life for those affected by mental illness, and NAMIWalks is an event designed to raise money and awareness. This year, the 3.1 mile walk will be on Sunday, September 26th, at 10:30 am (check-in time is at 9:00 am), at Green Isle Park. Please note that, for you die-hard Packer fans, there is no game that Sunday so you won’t be missing out.
To join the team, click here and click on “Join an Existing Team.” The website will take you through how to create an account and join a team. Our team is called the UWGB Psychology and Human Development Club/Psi Chi Team, and Kaitlyn Florer and Amanda Luedtke are the team captains. In the past, the team has arranged to carpool in order to help out those students who don’t have transportation. So, if you want to walk but don’t have a ride, contact Kaitlyn or Amanda to see if they can help you arrange something.
For those of you who aren’t interested in the walk or can’t participate that day but would like to know more about NAMI, here are the links to NAMI National and NAMI Brown County. If you have any questions, please direct them toward Kaitlyn, Amanda, or Dr. Ryan Martin. Hope to see you there!
The annual end-of-year picnic, co-sponsored by the P/HD Club and Psi Chi, is on Friday, May 7th from 11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. at Lambeau Cottage (part of the UWGB campus – located right on the Bay and off Nicolet Drive). All students and faculty are invited to celebrate the last day of classes and to enjoy a free cook-out. Drop in anytime!
Hey Psychology and Human Development Majors! It’s never too late to get involved with the P/HD Club! Please feel free to join us at our events this month, even if you’re not a member!
First, we have the Meet the Professor Bowling Night at the Suamico Ale House on Thursday, April 8th at 5:30 p.m. Please e-mail Tiffany Wilhelm at email@example.com for directions or if you’d like to carpool. After that, our next big speaking event is David Allen Kopec, an environmental psychologist, who will be speaking to students about how our environment impacts our well-being. This event will take place Tuesday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the 1965 Room of the University Union.
I would also like to introduce the P/HD Club’s newly elected officers, who will serve for the academic year 2010-2011. Please congratulate them accordingly. I would like to thank them for taking on this responsibility, and I know that we will see great things happening with the club in the future!
Kaitlyn Florer – President
Emma Bretl – Vice President
Amanda VandeHei – Treasurer
Cassandra Paulus – Secretary
Emily Wallace – Officer of Communications
Finally, good luck with the rest of your semester, and please feel free to contact me if you need anything!
President of the P/HD Club
In other P/HD Club and Psi Chi news, the two organizations are co-sponsoring the annual end-of-year picnic on Friday, May 7th from 11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. at Lambeau Cottage (part of the UWGB campus – located right on the Bay and off Nicolet Drive). All students and faculty are invited to celebrate the last day of classes and to enjoy a free cook-out. Drop in anytime!
Please contact Tiffany Wilhelm (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the Psychology and Human Development Club.
Welcome to a new semester, Psychology and Human Development majors! I hope that it’s starting off on a good note! The P/HD Club has several upcoming events this semester we would like for you to be aware of!
- Following OrgSmorg, we will be having two informational sessions. Both meetings will cover the same content, but two are held so as many students can attend as possible. The first meeting is on Monday, February 15th at 4:30PM in MAC 111, and the second meeting is Tuesday, February 16th at 7:00PM in MAC 204.
- Spring break is closer than you think! Kick off spring break in a great way with our Spring into Break mixer on March 2nd at 5PM in the Gathering Room of MAC Hall (MAC 201) where we will be decorating flip flops and beach bags. Did we mention that it’s free and fun?! Get to know your P/HD Club officers and fellow members in a different light!
- Did you know that you could help raise money for the P/HD Club? Stop by Culvers on March 9th where just by buying food you are helping contribute to our student-led org!
- Catch up and get to know your Psychology and Human Development professors at Suamico Ale House for a bowling night. The date is yet to be determined but it will be the week of April 5th.
- We also hope that you will join us for the Psychology and Human Development Club’s guest speaker! The P/HD Club is sponsoring an Environmental Psychologist who will speak to you about how our environment impacts our life! We hope to see you there on Tuesday, April 20th at 7PM in the 1965 Room of the University Union.
- Did you pay club dues? If so, watch your e-mail for information about your t-shirt. We are ordering them and will contact you when we get them in. If you would still like to order one, please contact Tiffany Wilhelm at email@example.com before February 25th.
- Last but not least, all of your P/HD Club Officers will be graduating come May. We are looking for new P/HD Club officers, so if you are interested, please e-mail Tiffany Wilhelm (address below) or Dr. Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org. New officer elections will be on February 23rd at 6:30 PM in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The P/HD Club has a long history of bringing you activities and volunteer experiences that will benefit you and serves as an important part of the Psychology and Human Development programs here at UWGB. Help the club live on!
As always, if you ever have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me! Good luck this semester!
Tiffany Marie Wilhelm, President of P/HD Club (email@example.com)
Please contact Tiffany Wilhelm (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the Psychology and Human Development Club.
The P/HD Club is hosting its annual Graduate School Series this month (see Grad School Tip of the Month below). These sessions are scheduled for the first three Mondays of November at 5:00 p.m., and all are being held in MAC 210. November 2nd will be the graduate school information night. November 9th is about writing personal statements, and November 16th is resume writing with a special guest from Career Services. We hope to see all of you there!
Please don’t forget to look us up on Facebook and join our group. Search UWGB’s Psychology and Human Development Club or visit the link for updates, seeing photos, and discussing study sessions and topics that will affect you! (http://www.facebook.com/home.php?filter=app_2361831622#/group.php?gid=27414713506)
Finally, please keep in mind that all of your lovely P/HD Club officers will be graduating either in May or the Fall of 2010, so we will need new officers. Please contact Tiffany Wilhelm at email@example.com if you are interested. We look forward to seeing all of you soon!
The Psychology and Human Development (P/HD) Club has several big events coming up and all students are invited. See below for a list of great events that are being sponsored by the P/HD Club over the next few weeks:
- Informational Meetings: They will be hosting two P/HD Club informational meetings on Tuesday, September 22nd and Thursday, September 24th at 5:00 pm in MAC 229. If you have ever been interested in what the P/HD Club does or have thought about becoming a member or an officer, join them for what should be valuable sessions.
- Meet the Professors Night: They will be hosting Meet the Professors Night on September 30th from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the 1965 Room of the University Union. It will be an informal night of socializing, beverages, snacks, and fun.
- NAMIWalk: They have again put together a team for the NAMIWalk. The NAMIWalk (September 26th at 10:00) is a 3.1 mile walk that raises money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. To learn more about the walk or to join the P/HD club team, visit the following website: NAMIWalk
- The Soloist: As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, the P/HD Club will be showing the recent movie, The Soloist, the true life story of Nathaniel Ayers, a brilliant musician suffering from a severe mental illness. The film will be shown on October 8th, at 6:00 in RH 250.
- Graduate School Series: The club is again hosting the Graduate School series, which includes three events on the first three Mondays of November (the 2nd, 9th, and 16th) from 5:00 to 6:00 – all in MAC 210. On November 2nd, the presentation will feature Drs. Burns and Martin and focus on providing general information about graduate school and the application process. This will be helpful for all students thinking about graduate school, even if you are just starting out your college career. November 9th will feature Drs. Bartell and Vespia, who will present on writing a great personal statement that will help you get noticed (in a good way) by the graduate school admissions committee. Finally, the November 16th presentation will be on resume/vita writing and will feature a speaker from Career Services.
If you would like to know more about the P/HD Club, including information about other activities and events they will be hosting, visit their website (http://www.uwgb.edu/phdclub/), contact the President, Tiffany Wilhelm (firstname.lastname@example.org), and/or join their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=27414713506)
The Psychology and Human Development (P/HD) Club has a big week ahead of them, having brought Dr. Linda Woolf, nationally-known expert on peace studies, to campus to deliver her presentation titled, “Psychosocial Roots of Terrorism.” Her presentation will be on Wed., April 1st, at 5:15 p.m. in the 1965 Room.
Additionally, the P/HD Club recently elected new officers for next year. Congrats to the following students: Tiffany Wilhelm (President), Krista Rougeux (CoVice-President), Kortney Jenks (CoVice-President), Angela Woodward (Treasurer), Renee Buckley (Secretary), and Leanna Strick (Communications Director).
The Psychology and Human Development (P/HD) Club has big plans for the semester, including movie nights, volunteer opportunities, guest speakers, and other exciting events. First up is Dr. Illene Noppe, who will be speaking about college student grief at the February 24th meeting (5:00 p.m. in Phoenix Room A). Then, in early March the club will be starting a discussion group for those interested in talking about professional issues related to human development and psychology. The first meeting will be on March 4th at 4:00 p.m. in the Garden Café, when the group will discuss the ethical issues related to torture. Also, the P/HD Club is looking for people interested in becoming officers next year. Please contact the current President, Tiffany Wilhelm (email@example.com), if you would like more information. Finally, for those of you who might be interested, the P/HD Club has a Facebook group. To find it, look for “UWGB’s Psychology and Human Development Club.”
The Psychology and Human Development (P/HD) Club has a couple of exciting initiatives brewing right now. First the Graduate School Series starts this Wednesday, November 5th, and continues for the next couple of weeks. Presentations include general information about graduate school (November 5th), writing a personal statement (November 12th), and writing a resume/vitae (November 19th). Presentations are open to anyone, whether you are a member of the P/HD club or not, and each one will begin at 5:30 p.m. in MAC 206.
Next, P/HD Club is organizing a team for the Jingle Bell Run/Walk in an effort to fight arthritis. Please visit the web page below to learn more, to join our team, or to make a secure, online contribution to help the team reach its goal. The walk is on December 6th at 9:00 a.m. at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Kress Event Center.
Congratulations to the Psychology and Human Development Club for their impressive commitment to community service. Not only did they raise over $1000 for NAMI by putting together a team for NAMIWalks (see the P/HD NAMIWalks team photo below), they also launched a campaign for Mental Illness Awareness Week, including having five speakers on campus to talk about their experiences with mental illness. Great job P/HD Club and keep up the good work!
The P/HD Club is getting off to a great start this semester by putting together a team for NAMIWalks. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is an advocacy group with the mission of improving the quality of life for those affected by mental illness, and NAMIWalks is an event designed to raise money and awareness. The 3 mile walk is at 10:00 a.m. (check-in starts at 9:00 a.m.) on September 27th at Green Isle Park in Allouez. To join the UWGB Psychology and Human Development Club NAMIWalks Team, visit the team website (see website).