Founded in 1987, PsyClub is run entirely by Northeastern undergraduate psychology majors. They have an annual budget supplied by the department and use these funds to stage events, run programs and invite speakers to address the undergraduate student body. Check the Psychology Club bulletin board outside 125 Nightingale for latest news and information. Click here for the PsyClub Constitution. Meetings are typically held on Wednesday evenings.

All psychology and related majors should receive regular emails about meetings and activities. For more information or if you are not receiving emails about the Psychology Club, contact Emma Parrish, PsyClub President, or Prof. Dan Quinn, PsyClub Advisor.

NU PsyClub

Advisor: Daniel Quinn
President: Emma Parrish
VP: Sarah Zhang
PR: Hunter Coury
Secretary: Dayang Gong

Check out the PsyClub Facebook page or Twitter account for updates!

Upcoming PsyClub Events:

  • Wednesday, March 22, 2017: The Early Intervention (EI) Program with Dr. Nancy Snyder and Dr. Book (6:40 pm, 235 Forsyth)

  • Wednesday, March 29, 2017: Applied Psychology Program with Dr. Quinn and Laura Dudley (6:40 pm, 235 Forsyth)
  • Wednesdays, Spring, 2017: Graduate Mentoring Program. Interested in Graduate School? Gain valuable insights from our graduate students the following Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm in 235 Forsyth.

Past PsyClub Events:

  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017: Co-op Panel, a discussion led by students who wish to share how they earned their position and what their day-to-day lives were like while having a full time position in the field of Psychology. (6:40pm, 235 Forsyth)
  • Wednesday, February 8, 2017: Careers in Mental Health, a discussion with Nicholas Covino, PsyD, President of William James College about the variety of clinical career options in psychology and mental health fields. Learn about him and the college here. (6:40pm, 235 Forsyth)
  • Wednesday, January 25, 2017: The GRE with Darrell Penta, advice from Psychology graduate student Darrell Penta on taking the GRE and preparing for graduate school. Dinner will be provided. (6:40 PM, 235 Forsyth)
  • Monday, December 5, 2016: A talk with Prof. David DeSteno entitled, Moral Behavior (6 PM, 296 Ryder Hall)

  • November 30, 2016: Dinner with Eboard (6:40 pm, 157 Ryder Hall)

  • October 26, 2016: A talk on cognition with Prof. John Coley entitled, Insights with Coley (6:40 PM, 157 Ryder Hall)