Graduate Student Activities

Industrial Organizational Psychology Advisory Committee (IOPAC) Hosts 2nd 2015 Goodies for Grads Event

On December 9, 2015, the Industrial Organizational Psychology Advisory Committee (IOPAC) gave students a refreshing break by hosting an exam week edition of Goodies for Grads.  Graduate students came together to take a breather from semester-end work and enjoy an impressive spread of desserts, coffee, and tea.  Keep an eye out for upcoming Goodies for Grants events in 2016 - we hope to see you there!

Lauren Margulieux and Dar-Wei Chen Present "The Psychology of Card Magic"

Last year, School of Psychology Graduate Students Lauren Margulieux and Dar-Wei Chen presented the "Psychology of Card Magic"at an Atlanta Science Tavern event.  During the presentation, Lauren explained some of the basic psychology principles used by magicians while Dar-Wei performed card tricks implementing those principles. Click here to read more about the show.

 

 

Engineering Psychology Advisory Committee Hosts First Goodies for Grads Event

On October 21, 2015, the Engineering Psychology Advisory Committee (EPAC) hosted the first Goodies for Grads event.  Graduate students from all areas of psychology came out to relax and meet other graduate students, while enjoying some Highland Bakery and homemade treats and refreshing themselves with some coffee and tea.  

School of Psychology Graduate Students Form a Cross-Program Co-Ed Kickball Team

Pictured (2015 Team):

Ben Jones - I/O Psych
Andrew Dopp
Ben Perrodin - I/O Psych
Carolyn Hartzell - Engineering Psych
Gina Bufton - I/O Psych
Marit Smith - CBS
Gabe Plummer - I/O Psych
Jason Tsukahara - CBS

Graduate Students Angela Yoo and Laura Levy participate in the 2015 Wearables in the Wild Event

Angela Yoo and Laura Levy participated in the summer 2015 Wearables in the Wild event. Wearables in the Wild was a 6 day hiking hack sponsored by the Wearable Computing Center at Georgia Tech with the goal of creating a transdisciplinary team to explore the creation and implementation of wearable field technologies that support ethological study.