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CSER 304-001: PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
CSER 380-001: PSYCHOLOGY CLUB - PSI CHI
 

CSER 304-001: PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
Supervisor: Dennis Jennings (592-3112 or
Email), Marilyn Gadomski (582-2774 or Email), Fred Volk (592-4648 or Email) or Daniel Logan (592-4068 or Email)
The Christian/Community Service for Psychology Majors gives students an opportunity to apply their skills in practical, hands-on experience. Students find their placements in faculty offices of their choice in the Psychology Department, working with the people and courses in the department. The tasks may include research, course management in data entry or grade recording but not in subjective grading, and organization.  The student can work with different faculty each semester, if they so desire, and gain added knowledge of people in various stages of life. Not only is this a service to the department, but it also benefits the student in preparation for life's work. The time spent with faculty can be used on the students’ resumes as they apply for employment or for graduate school, and can be the basis for a personal letter of recommendation for employment or graduate school.

Last update: 10/10/13

CSER 380-001 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB - PSI CHI
Psychology Club Supervisor:
Daniel Logan (592-4068 or Email)
Psi Chi Supervisor: Dennis Jennings (592-3112 or Email) or Marilyn Gadomski (582-2774 or Email)
Christian/Community Service credit is available predominately to the officers of this club.  Officers of the Psychology Club (open to all Psychology majors) and Psi Chi (national Psychology honorary organization) meet and plan activities for the spiritual, professional and social development of students of Psychology. Officers make professional contacts and learn organizational skills of short-term and long-term planning. The emphasis of activities is on the application of Christian Psychology, experience with practicing professionals, exposure and observation in professional settings, and research experience.  Other members of this club may obtain CSER credit if they complete the required 20 hours of service in actual volunteer service to the community. 

Last updated: 10/10/13
 

 

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