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Queen's University
 

Department of Psychology Student Council
What is the Psychology DSC?

The Psych DSC is a group of dedicated students that plan social events and fundraisers for psychology students, faculty, and Queen's community, such as Beer with the Profs, Career's Night, and Psych Semi-Formal. They are a resource for psychology related academic information and act as a link between the psychology students, the psychology department, and the larger Queen's faculty. They act as representatives for the psychology students in academic and departmental decisions. The psychology DSC is your resource if you have any questions even remotely related to the psychology and/or the department. If we are not able to answer your question we are often able to put you in contact with those who can. If you have a complaint or concern but are not comfortable expressing it to, say the professor, we can often help. Feel free to contact us with any questions and/or suggestions about how we can improve the Psyc DSC. Keep an eye out for the many great events we have planned for this upcoming year!

Your co-chairs, Spencer and Sarah
psycDSC@gmail.com

Positions on the Psych DSC

Co-Chairs:
Feiyang Pan and Samantha Rogers

Social Committee (2)
Rayna Edels and Felix Lau 

Brain Day and Careers Night Committee (2)
Alexandra Wolfer and Manya Singh

Academic Correspondent (1)
Meaghan Gray

Financial Coordinator
Mitchell Guerreiro

Careers Night Coordinator
Tanya Tran

Merchandiser
Joann Lai

Marketing and Advertising
Alex Hallahan

Peer Mentoring Coordinators:
Megan Loma and BethAnne Helgason

1st Year Representative
Vanessa Monteramano

2nd Year Representative
Chelsea Wood-Ross

3rd Year Representative
Sarah Feldberg

4th Year Representative
Dan Gale

 

Canadian Psychological Association

CPA Undergraduate Rep for Queen's University 2013-2014
Leanne Kack
9lgk@queensu.ca

I am a fourth year Psychology student here at Queen’s University. I will act as a liaison, relaying information to you from the Canadian Psychological Association. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to e-mail me.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000