Student groups provide a tremendous way to get involved with peers and others at the University of Utah. Student groups can help you network, gain experience, and find new opportunities. The following are several student groups related to psychology here at the University of Utah:
Psi Chi holds social events for students, networking events with professionals, and educational opportunities to further the study of psychology at the U.
The purpose of Psi Chi is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
The Student Advisory Committee serves as a student government group in the Department of Psychology. We maintain a coordinated set of missions to enhance the learning experiences of the Psychology undergraduate student body, as well as to promote future career/educational prospects for our students
The University of Utah Student Chapter of HFES is a group of students interested in human factors and ergonomics who organize to coordinate events and activities for the benefit of the students, the community, and HFES.
Systems 'n Coffee is a bimonthly reading group committed to interdisciplinary research using Dynamical Systems Theory. The group is designed to welcome new and more experienced folks alike based on the premise that the best way to learn and understand systems theory is through shared insight. The result of the 2014-2015 year was the One Cup-L project. Feel free to see what we learned and utilize the code we generated!! To join, send Brian Baucom an email to join the list serve.