2015-2016 Psychology Leaders
Front Row (L-R): Maryoli Rojas, Aimee Schneider, Oladoyin Okunoren, Aline Sredni; Middle Row (L-R): Joseph Menza, David In, Sam Ferber, Adonis Holmes, Kelia Pope, Daniel Szoke; Back Row (L-R): Jeff Ruser, Samantha Esser, Insia Hakim, Sahana Moodabagil, Aleksandra Myrda, Mia Eccher, Cheryl Cheong, Yiyun Wang (Not pictured: Mia Velaquez)
2016-2017 Psychology Leaders
Front Row (L-R): Aimee Schneider; Oladoyin Okunoren, Yijun Wang; Middle Row (L-R): Daniel Szoke, Joseph Menza, Sam Ferber, Keila Pope, Adonis Holmes; Back Row (L-R): Samantha Esser, Aleksandra Myrda, Sahana Moodabagil; Insia Hakim, Maryoli Rojas, Aline Sredni
2018-2019 Psychology Leaders
Front Row (L-R): Madilyn Billings, Katie Malcharek, Insia Hakim, Sarah Craig, Jessica Hougsted; Middle Row (L-R:): Jaida McDowell, Sofia Lazzaro, Jordan Dickson, Nandika Chatterjee, Cat Frey, Angel Chan; Back Row (L-R): Jacob Triplett, Kenna Ducoff, Olivia Spence, Nora Liang, Ola Myrda, Donovan Maloney, Jae Kim; Not Pictured: Grace Ikenberry, Madeline Scala
Teamwork. Leadership. Service
The Department of Psychology formed a Student Leader Program at the beginning of the 2014 fall semester. Undergraduates selected to participate in this program will work with the department in a variety of areas including fundraising, outreach, and philanthropy.This is a great way to gain marketable skills, get involved with the department and the Psychology Alumni Advisory Board, and give back to other students and the local community!
Psychology Student Leaders are expected to attend monthly meetings, participate in a required number of departmental activities each academic year, and take part in both fall and spring service projects. Continued membership is contingent upon satisfactory performance.
Declared psychology major: freshman, sophomore, junior and seniors are eligible to participate in the program.
In 250 words or less explain why you want to be a Psychology Leader and describe the qualities and/or skills that you would bring to the group.
Include a resume that lists your college level leadership experience, volunteer work, extracurricular activities (including research, internships, service-learning, etc.). Freshman may include high school activities. In addition, include: UIN #, university email, phone number, and year in the program.
For more information contact: Cheryl Berger, Assistant Head for Alumni Relations and Coordinator for the Psychology Leaders Program: email@example.com.
You can view pictures of Psychology Leader activities at: Photo Galleries