1st Annual Psychology Conference - Road Rules of Psychology: The Road Map to Graduate School
Saturday, February 12, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)
The Multicultural Psychological Student Association invites you to participate in our very 1st Psychology Conference at the University of Central Florida. We have a full day of events for you to lead you on the path to being a successful undergraduate and work towards your graduate degree!!
Our workshops will help you with an array of topics! From writing your personal statement, getting involved in research, how to do well on the GRE and much more!!
The registration fee is $5 and includes breakfast, lunch, t-shirt and other conference materials. Payment can either be made on this page, at our general meetings*, every other Monday beginning January 24th, or turned in at our cubicle in the Multicultural Student Center in the Student Union (Next to the Pegasus Ballroom) during E-board office hours or by appointment.
President, Kimberly Trimble
Vice President, Cely Gonzalez
Treasurer, Christine Piretti
Secretary, Nicole Dodd
Historian, Ivey Coleman
Public Relations, Carlos Caceres
Membership Intake, Kadeem Whyte
*Payment will be accepted in the form of cash, check (made out to MPSA), or money order
Check back periodically as we add more workshops!
Dr. Shari-Ann James
UCF Counseling Center
Workshop Session 1
"Opportunities & Networking in the Psychology Dept."
MPSA Founder: Natasha Wedderburn
"Financing Your Education"
UCF Financial Aid Office
UCF Graduate Studies Office
"Exciting Opportunities in the Counseling Profession"
Dr. Andrew Daire and Dr. Stacy Van Horn
Workshop Session 2
"The Do's and Don'ts of Admissions"
Kaplan Test Prep
"The In's and Out's of the GRE"
Kaplan Test Prep
"Gaining Experience Through Co-Ops & Internships"
UCF Experential Learning
Graduate Student Panel
Wokshop Session 3
"Clinical Psychology M.A. Program"
Dr. Stacey Dunn
"UCF School Psychology Program: Everything You Need to Apply"
Dr. Gordon Taub
Workshop Session 4
"Getting Involved with Research"
Office of Undergraduate Research
"Life of a Victim Advocate"
UCF Advocate Services
Sponsored by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
and the Student Government Association
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Multicultural Psychological Student Association
The Multicultural Psychological Student Association (MPSA) motto is “Embracing Diversity in Psychology.” Our primary goal is to create opportunities for multicultural students studying Psychology to get involved
in the Psychology Department and to assist in their transition and success
in graduate school. We are a student organization dedicated to enhancing the
undergraduate experience for students through the following systems of support: academic, informational, social/interpersonal, and community
service. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. or visit the web site: http://mpsaucf.webs.com/