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Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, offers a wealth of opportunities for eligible students, and UMUC is proud to have its own chapter.
Please see the UMUC chapter page for contact information.
Also, UMUC's PSYC 900 online student club has information and updates on Psi Chi activities. For more information on PSYC 900, visit the Department of Student Success: Student Clubs. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request membership in PSYC 900.
UMUC's Guide to Psychology Resources includes recommended databases, Web sites, books, E-books, and other psychology related information.
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Join UMUC's online psychology club!
- Discuss current topics in psychology
- Learn about UMUC's psychology honor societies
- Learn from guest speakers who discuss various psychology topics, careers in the field, and UMUC resources for students
- Browse a “Classifieds” area where students find ways to become involved, including working with professors on research
- Post questions to psychology faculty and staff
- Participate in discussions on graduate schools and careers in psychology
Join the Psychology Club on Google+. Note: You will be prompted to "request to join."
Publish Your Psychology Research
Have you written an "A" paper that won praise from a professor? Maybe the professor has even told you, "You should publish this!"
Publishing an article in a peer-reviewed, undergraduate research journal is a prestigious and achievable goal. It will shine on your resume or graduate shool application. You will hone your research and writing skills as your write and revise a paper for publication.
The library's guide, Publish Your Undergraduate Psychology Research! can help you get your name in print!