Announcement – 1st Annual National Psychology Summit

By Todd Joseph
National President, Psi Beta

Do you love psychology? Would you like to learn more from experts in the field and connect with others who are interested psychology? Would you like to present your own work? Well, if you answered yes to any of those, you should register for the 1st Annual National Psychology Summit being held via Zoom on Friday May 5th, 2023!

This groundbreaking event will bring together people from all over the country to share the field of psychology with one another. We are still working out the final details, but you can register now by clicking on this link: 1st Annual National Psychology Summited sponsored by Psi Beta. To cover our costs, we are asking for donations of $3 for Psi Beta members and $10 for non-members. If you want to host a viewing party for your chapter, that would be awesome also! We can only have a limited number of participants, so sign up soon!

If you are a student interested in presenting, we have an undergraduate virtual poster session just for you! We are accepting poster submissions in 3 categories: History of Psychology, Psychology in Film, & Research (feel free to present your work based on the National Research Project, or anything else). You can click on the following link to get more information and to submit your work for consideration: National Psychology Summit Poster Submission Portal. Students are asked to submit a PDF of their poster and a link to a 2-3 minute video of them explaining their work on YouTube, Vimeo, or some other similar public video sharing portal.

We are really excited about this event, and anticipate selling out, so please register early. We look forward to seeing you on May 5th!

Agenda Highlights:

Dr. Antonio Puente (2017 President of the American Psychological Association): What is the Future of a Community College Psychology Graduate in the Field of Psychology: Is There Room for Me?

Yasmin Miranda (Licensed Mental Health Counselor): The Use of Harry Potter in Bibliotherapy

Cathy Faye (Director of the National Museum of Psychology): Dr. Faye will give a talk about the National Museum of Psychology

Doug Maynard (SUNY New Paltz): Dr. Maynard will give a talk about his interesting work in the field of adult play.

Kimberly O’Brien (Central Michigan University): Dr. O’Brien will give an amazing talk on how to be happy and productive at the same time.

…and much more!

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