From Sue Phebus, PSY Schedule Deputy:
We have several summer offerings in PSY (listed below) and would like to call your attention to a new course being developed from the clinical area. This course is open to any student in any major:
Personality & Mental Illness-PSY 39200, CRN 11113 (Prerequisite: PSY 350, Instructor: Doug Samuel)
A crucial role for clinical psychologists is the assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders. This course provides a primer on how psychological constructs, such as the Five-Factor Model of personality, are assessed and measured. Armed with this knowledge, students will learn the major instruments that are used to assess personality and mental disorders in clinical practice and get hands-on experience at administering, scoring, and interpreting scores on these measures. This course will provide material that will be highly beneficial for those seeking a career in the mental health field.
Here are the Summer 2015 PSY course options. It is a good mix of classroom-based and distance courses. The distance courses are fully online, with NO on-campus meetings or on-site exams.
PSY 12000-Elementary Psychology
PSY 20000-Intro to Cognitive Psychology
PSY 20100-Intro to Statistics in Psychology
PSY 20300-Intro to Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 22200-Intro to Behavioral Neuroscience
PSY 23500-Child Psychology
PSY 23900-Psychology of Women
PSY 24000-Intro to Social Psychology
PSY 24400-Intro to Human Sexuality
PSY 27200-Intro to Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 31400-Intro to Learning
PSY 33500-Stereotyping and Prejudice
PSY 34200-Psychology of Personality
PSY 35000-Abnormal Psychology
The Berenice A. Carroll Feminism, Peace, and Social Justice Award recognizes contributions to scholarship and activism that are related to engagement with feminist studies, peace studies, and other social justice issues. It aims to honor Professor Carroll’s contributions to teaching, scholarship, and activism including anti-war, feminist, pro-ERA, anti-sweatshop activism, to name a few, by recognizing those students involved in feminist or social justice work—be it purely academic, purely activist, or a mixture of both. Detailed award information and application form are available at the link above. The deadline for application is April 6.
From the LGBTQ Center Program Coodinator:
Monday, March 30
Championing Equality: LGBTQ Athletes and Allies
Fowler Hall (STEW), 6:00pm – 8:45pm
Tuesday, March 31
Transgender Day of Visibility
- LGBTQ Film Series: The MatrixLGBTQ Center
(SCHL 230), 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
- Panel Discussion- Beyond Visibility: Transgender Students and Staff at Purdue
MTHW 304, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday, April 2
- LGBTQ Film Series: Rent
SCHL 236, 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
- Get Yourself Tested
Purdue University Student Health Center, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday, April 9
Book Club meets La Polilla Café: Butterfly Boy: Memories of a Chicano Mariposa by Rigoberto González
Latino Cultural Center, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
An electronic copy of the book can be found on the Purdue University Library
CCO Open House for Students with Disabilities
Hosted by the Center for Career Opportunities (CCO) and the Disability Resource Center (DRC)
Monday, March 30, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Young Hall (YONG), Room 186
No Registration required
Purdue Students with Disabilities are invited to come to an open house at the CCO to learn about the services CCO offers students with disabilities. During the open house there will be FREE PIZZA, tours of the CCO, and discuss tips for disclosing your disability in the hiring process. Karen Nielson, DRC Director, and Ali Mears, Career Services Consultant and Liaison to the DRC, will lead this fun event for Purdue students with disabilities.
GO Purdue! Indians Baseball Game!
Fri, Apr 10, 5:30 pm
Meet at the Schleman Parking Lot
The Indianapolis Indians play the Columbus Clippers on Fri, Apr 10! This week is your last chance to buy tickets at Stewart Center Box Office. Tickets are $21 and cover the cost of transportation and admission. You can purchase your ticket from Stewart Center Box Office. Buses leave Schleman at 5:30 pm and arrive back at 11:30 pm. You must have your ticket to board the bus.
International Folk Dance Night
Fri, Mar 20, 2015, 6:00 pm
Morton Center, 222 N Chauncey (WL)
Sign up by Wed, Mar 18, to join this night of learning folk dances from around the world. Morton is easy to get to, within walking distance from campus. Mixer games, refreshments, and making new friends will make this a night to remember!