Psychology Graduate Student Association
The Department of Psychology Graduate Student Association (PGSA) is a student group consisting of officers elected by fellow psychology graduate students. The central goals of the PGSA are three-fold.
- To further graduate students' academic development by bringing together students working with a diverse faculty on a variety of research projects across the experimental, clinical-community, and school psychology programs.
- To serve as a direct line of communication to department faculty to facilitate a positive graduate student experience at USC, to advocate for graduate students needs, interests, and desires, and to act as a student voice at executive committee and department faculty meetings.
- To promote the general well-being of graduate students by regularly sponsoring a wide variety of social events within the department. Through the organization of social activities, the PGSA seeks to create a harmonious and relaxed community of colleagues and friends amongst graduate students within the psychology department.
Future goals of the PGSA include strengthening valuable ties to the community and working to more closely unite the graduate students by bridging some of the gaps between the experimental, clinical-community, and school psychology programs.
The PGSA meets regularly throughout each semester to discuss ideas and concerns regarding curricula and training, events and planning, and other issues affecting students within the psychology department.
2015-2016 Executive Committee Officers
|Student Representative for Experimental Psychology||Michael Cranston|
|Student Representative for School Psychology||Kristin Roberts|
|Student Representative for Clinical-Community Psychology||Kelsey Smith|