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Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Mondays @ 7pm in TL 1055

Bake Sales: Mondays on Chancellor's Walk and Wednesdays in the TL Lobby from 10-2pm.

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The semester has started back and it's time for Psi Chi Meetings and bake sales to begin again.
Here's a quick list of the next meetings:

  • 24th March: Officer Nominations
  • 14th April: Voting
  • 28th April: LAST MEETING

Here's a quick list of upcoming events:

  • Habitat for Humanity March 15th
  • The Young at Heart Social March 19th 5:30-7:30 p.m. Burney Center
  • Blood Drive March 27th Warwick 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Autism Run/Walk 5k on March 29th (Register Here)
  • Paws for People Run/Walk 10k, 5k or 1mile on March 30th (Register Here) and it's Free to volunteer (Register Here)
  • DIS night on March 31st from 6 – 8 p.m.

Other Events: We will advertise all events that have been approved by Psi Chi.  If you know an event going on around campus or the community, we would love to hear about it.  However, you must contact us 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE in order for me to email the club and advertise the event if you wish to receive points.  If you have any questions about points, or you have attended an event, the person to email is Sarah Stoloff.  She is our secretary this semester.  I have attached to this email the updated point totals that I received from Sarah.  If you have any questions about points, email her.  Message from Sarah: “Here are all the points that I have at this point. Make sure you look under all three tabs at the bottom if you cannot find your name at first. Our members list is a little wacky so, if you are in the middle miscellaneous/psych club tab but are a member or see any other issues with your points, please email me at so that I can fix it.”

Bake Sales: We have bake sales on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 am – 2 pm in TL.   We are in desperate need of volunteers currently because we have had to set up late due to a lack of man power.  We also need bake sale donations such as: fruit (apples, bananas, grapes), veggies and dip (carrots, celery, peanut butter, hummus, etc), baked goods (brownies, cookies, cupcakes, rice krispie treats), as well as pizza and drinks.  You can contact Rachel Olejar with any questions related to the bake sale.  We have set up a google doc where you can sign up for the bake sales that we have for the remainder of the year.  Rachel will send out a weekly reminder of who has signed up and ask for any more volunteers/donations that we may need.  You can reach the google doc here:
Click Here to visit the GoogleDoc

Come out and enjoy some awesome speakers with UNCW's new Psychology Colloquium Series.

Psychology Colloquium Series

Unless otherwise noted, colloquium are held on Thursdays or Fridays from 3:30-5:00pm in room 1052 of the Teaching Lab Building. For more information on a speaker, or to arrange a meeting with them, please contact either the speaker directly or their UNCW faculty host.

 ***MOVED to 3/13/14***

  • Speaker: Reuben Silver, Ph.D.
  • Title: The Development of Modern Clinical Psychology: My Journey from the Beginning.
  • Time & Location: 3:30-5:00pm in the Teaching Lab Building, room 1052.
  • UNCW Faculty Host: Antonio E. Puente

Friday, March 21st, 2014

  • Speaker: Ruth Hurst, Ph.D.
  • Title: Psychosocial Treatment in a Psychiatric Hospital.
  • Time & Location: 3:30-5:00pm in the Teaching Lab Building, room 1052.
  • UNCW Faculty Host: Melanie H. Bachmeyer

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

  • Speaker: Susan Schneider, Ph.D.
  • Title: The Science of Consequences: How They Affect Genes, Change the Brain, and Impact Our World.
  • Time & Location: 3:30-5:00pm in the Teaching Lab Building, room 1052.
  • UNCW Faculty Host: Mark Galizio

Friday, April 4th, 2014

  • Speaker: Julian Keith, Ph.D.
  • Title: Hacking Attention Networks via Brain-Computer Interface.
  • Time & Location: 3:00-5:00pm in Dobo Hall, room 205.
  • Note that Dr. Keith's presentation is being jointly sponsored by the UNCW Departments of Chemistry & Psychology.

Friday, April 25th, 2014

  • Speaker: Daniel Montoya, Ph.D.
  • Title: tba.
  • Time & Location: 3:30-5:00pm in the Teaching Lab Building, room 1052.
  • UNCW Faculty Host: Maria G. Espinosa-Hernandez
  • Note that Dr. Daniel Montoya's presentation is being sponsored by Centro Hispano in association with UNCW’s Diversity Week (April 21st - 25th).

Upcoming Events Calendar:

The bake sale requirements are:

1.      Acceptable bake sale foods include items like bars, brownies, cookies, cakes, breads, fruit pies, doughnuts, etc. Not allowed: cream-filled pastries, éclairs, cream pies, etc.
2.      Baked goods must be individually wrapped, pre-packaged, or covered and fully baked.
3.      Items containing nuts or peanut butter must be clearly marked “Contains Peanuts” or “Contains Nuts” to inform those with allergy concerns.
4.      If preparation of nut and non-nut items occurs at the same time, a sign must indicate: “Nut Disclaimer: Please be aware that items prepared for this bake sale may contain nuts and may have come in contact with nut or nut oils”
5.      Preparation may be completed in a home-type kitchen, with the reminder that only the bake sale items shall be prepared at this time. Food for individual consumption should not be prepared at the same time as bake sale items are prepared.
6.      The Director of Auxiliary Services, Director of Campus Dining or New Hanover County Health Inspectors have the right to inspect and close down any baked good fund raiser deemed a risk or furnishing unsafe items.
7.      A sign stating "Homemade/Not Inspected" must be posted at the sale site.


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