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Hello and welcome to the Psychology Society of 2019/20!!
We invite psychology lovers all around to join this exciting new society. Whether you are in 1st, 2nd or 3rd year, looking for a bit of fun, a bit of academic enlightenment or encouragement for a potential career in Psychology: This society is the one for you!
Our intention with this society is to bring all psychology enthusiasts together, and involve them in the Psychology Society beyond the University of Worcester! We are planning much in the way of conferences to spark the interest and encourage career development within Psychology. Cultivating enthusiasm and opening gateways for a career in Psychology is something we really wanted to focus on to bring many likeminded individuals together for a true community feel with a clear goal. As well as day trips to conferences, the incorporation of discussions about psychology will be planned for, ranging from key speakers to dissertation discussions events.
However, its not all paper and pens! Our core goal for the Psychology Society is for it to be exciting and fun for our members. Social gatherings will be frequent! Be it bowling, discussions over pizza or hanging out in the SU; There will be something for everyone.
Furthermore, our society will be fluid and thus we welcome any suggestions for events our members would love to see during their membership.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Kat or email@example.com for Murren.
Chair - Katherine Gibby
Treasurer - Nathan Harold
Secretary - Murren Harker
Inclusivity Rep - Kerrie Grant
Events Coordinator - Timothy Bird
Social Media Coordinator - Chloe Ryder
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