Alumni Night with Psi Chi

Jessica Sarro, Cammy Macomber, & Nicole Martin (all current students from PSI CHI) join panel members Victoria Bryan, Abby Lachance, Ally Symonds, and Julia Beebe

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, PSI CHI invited four of our Psychology alumni back to campus to talk about their lives since undergrad. Abby Lachance, Victoria Bryan, Julia Beebe, and Alison Symonds spoke about what they have been doing since graduation, what they did in undergrad to get them there, and their advice for current students.

Alison worked for Sweetzer after graduation and now is a Research Associate at Digital Research Inc. Julia works both at Violence No More (co-teaching a men’s group) and Work Opportunities Unlimited (providing support to adults with intellectual disabilities).

Victoria is currently a doctoral student at the University of New Hampshire in a social and personality program. Abby enrolled in a masters program in Justice Studies and the University of New Hampshire and is currently applying to doctoral programs in social psychology.

Audience members has a lively discussion with our four alumni and gained new understanding about just what it is that our students do once graduation is over!

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Neuroscience Mixer!

Interested in Neuroscience Research?  Want to know more about the exciting opportunities on campus?  Do you like having fun?  The Center for Excellence in Neuroscience and the Neuroscience Club are co-sponsoring a neuroscience mixer.  All students are welcome to join to hear faculty talk about research opportunities, eat dinner and play games with other interested students and faculty. 

See attached flyer.  November 7, 2019, 6:30-7:30, Harold Alfond Forum 230

Please RSVP to Jenn Malon ( if you are planning to attend, so she knows how much food to order. 

Ice Cream Social a hit!

Wednesday, September 25th, the department welcomed back our Neuroscience, Animal Behavior, and Psychology majors and welcomed all our new first year students. The event, co-sponsored by our student groups, was held outside (in beautiful weather!) and fun was had by all.

If you weren’t able to attend, be sure to connect with our four departmentally affiliated clubs/organizations:

Animal Behavior Club: Meagan Thompson,

Psychology Club: Emily Mott,, or Kana Colarossi,

Neuroscience Club: Taylor Paquin

PSI CHI: Nicole Martin