Please check back on a regular basis, as new events are added regularly!

To get a sense of the kind of events that PSA holds during the academic year, feel free to visit our archive of events from previous years

 

2015 Psychology Career Panel

06 March 2015 | 600p-700p | BUCH D Mass

Explore your options at the 2015 Psychology Career Night and meet a panel that has been put together to cater specifically to UBC’s BA and BSc Psychology students! This is an event you do not want to miss!

This event will feature six professionals whose degree in psychology has led them down a successful career path. Attendees and panelists will have a chance to interact in a short mix-and-mingle session that will follow the panel discussion.

You need not be a Psychology major to attend, but you do have to be a PSA member. Membership until the end of term costs $10 and you may join at the door of the event. Refreshments will be served!

You must RSVP via email to attend the event: psa.vpacademics@psych.ubc.ca. Send your name, faculty, major, year and the career paths you’re interested in currently. Seats are limited so please RSVP as early as possible.

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Kevin Quong:

Kevin is a lawyer who primarily practices in the areas of family law and civil litigation.

Prior to joining RWE Law Corporation, Kevin articled at a boutique litigation firm in Vancouver. During his time at law school, Kevin was actively involved with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program and Pro Bono Students Canada, as well as the law school’s hockey and rugby teams. Kevin obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia in 2013. Before studying law, Kevin obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of British Columbia.

Anita Hua:

Anita is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Clinical Supervisor at Laurel Behaviour Support Services. She has worked closely with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities for over 17 years. Anita earned her Bachelor of Science degree (Psychology major, Linguistics minor) from The University of British Columbia and holds a Master of Science degree (Counselling with a concentration in Advanced Behaviour Analysis) from Nova Southeastern University. During her years with Laurel, Anita she has supported children as well as adults in the community. Anita is fluent in American Sign Language and has previously worked with the deaf and hard of hearing community. She is also a Certified Triple P™ (Stepping Stones) Provider.

Noreen Dunn:

Noreen is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst and has her own practice providing behaviour consultation services for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. She develops behaviour intervention programs and provides training and support for the children’s families, interventionists, and school teams. Noreen completed her BA in Psychology, with a minor in Commerce, at UBC.

Elissa Robb:

Elissa is a Registered Audiologist and Hearing Instrument Practitioner at the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. She performs diagnostic assessments, fits hearing aids and assistive listening devices, and provides information about aural rehabilitation and hearing loss prevention to individuals of all ages. Elissa completed her BA in Psychology at UBC.

Viktoria Ivanova:

Viktoria is a Certified Canadian Counsellor. For the past 4 years she has been working as a Counsellor at the University of the Fraser Valley. She is passionate about working with students and as part of her work provides crisis, personal, career and study skills counselling on campus. In addition to that, 3 years ago, she also started a private practice, Heartfulness Psychotherapy, where her work is focused on emotional regulation, couples and relationship counselling.

Ajay Puri:

Ajay is passionate about social change and community empowerment. Over the past several years he has co-founded and continues to co-lead many movement based organizations including: Changemakers Vancouver, EastVanLove,Bee Vancity, RangiChangi Roots.

Ajay was acknowledged for his commitment and passion for engaging diverse communities as one of Canada’s top five volunteers in CBC’s Champions of Change contest, being one of Vancouver’s #30PeopleYouShouldKnow, and a featured TEDx speaker. He sits on the Leadership Council of the David Suzuki Foundation and for the past two years lead and developed the digital media and engagement strategy for the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council. Ajay holds his Masters of Health Administration and BSc in Psychology / Commerce from UBC. He has published five peer-reviewed articles and presented his work on healthcare innovation at over 25 national and international conferences.

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Meet Your Professor – Dr.  Andrew Baron

05 March 2015 | 400p – 500p | Kenny 2101

Join us for the evening and get to know one of your psychology professors – Dr. Andrew Baron.

Dr. Baron completed his undergraduate work at the University of Michigan and received his PhD from Harvard University. He joined the faculty at UBC in 2010 where his research explores the development of intergroup cognition. In particular, his work explores the development of social category concepts and intergroup attitudes and stereotypes from infancy through early adolescence. Much of his research examines these issues using implicit measures of social cognition. Dr. Baron is also the Director of the Living Lab – Canada’s largest community-based research center that is a partnership between UBC and Science World. In a parallel life, Dr. Baron also consults market research firms on using implicit measures of consumer cognition to evaluate brand, product and advertisement success. At UBC, Dr. Baron typically teaches PSYC 315 (Childhood and Adolescence) and PSYC 413, a writing-intensive course (Social and Personality Development).

Want to hear more about the Living Lab? This is the perfect opportunity to get to know one of your professors outside of the classroom setting and to hear about their research work.

Note: This event is open to all students – you do not need to be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Rachel (psa.deptrels@psych.ubc.ca)

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Psychology Discussion Group

05 March 2015| 1200p-100p | MERCANTE (PIZZA) 2108

Got burning questions about psychology? Dazzled by research results? Want to criticize Freud? Know an awful lot about Phantom Limb Syndrome? Learned something shocking in a class? Have a favourite research article that you’re just itching to share?

Come join us and other like-minded students for an evening of interactive mind-sharing, fun discussion, critical thinking, and pizza-eating.

Simply bring your knowledge, a topic or article to discuss, or feel free to just listen in. All and any area of psychology is welcome. The goal of this discussion group is to open our minds and get a clearer perspective on the full breadth and scope of psychology.

Note: This event is open to all students – you do not need to be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Steph (psa.acadcoor@psych.ubc.ca)

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Singles Mingles: Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt

12 Feb 2015 | 430p – 630p | Suedfeld Lounge (Kenny 2510)

Are you single? Do you have a significant other? Come to PSA’s very first Valentine’s day icebreaker event. For those of you who are single, this could be a perfect opportunity to break the ice with others. For those who come with your significant other, this could be a very fun event to come and enjoy! We will have snacks, chocolates, and MULTIPLE PRIZES waiting for you! Feel free to invite friends, and your significant other! Hope to see you there!

For more information or questions regarding Singles Mingles: Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt, please email psa.membership@psych.ubc.ca

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Honours & Directed Studies Info Session

11 Feb 2015 | 500p – 600p | Kenny 2101

Hi Everyone! We have gathered a few lovely current psych students & alumni to share their experiences in the following capacities:

  • as a student in the honours program
  • as a directed studies student
  • as a lab research assistant (RA)/lab manager
  • as a participant/coordinator of a Student Directed Seminar

This event is free for members.  You can become a member at the door for $10 (and get membership perks). There will be light snacks!

Deadlines for these involvement opportunities are coming up and labs are starting to recruit for RAs! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to find out more and meet new friends! Questions? Contact Leanne and Rachel atpsa.vpacademics@psych.ubc.ca

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17th Annual Psychology Undergraduate Conference Application

| Deadline 13  Feb 2015 |

In preparation for the 17th Annual Psychology Undergraduate Conference in March 2015, PSA is now accepting applications for oral and poster presentations. We encourage anyone who has conducted any form of psychology research during the 2014-2015 academic year to apply. This is a great opportunity for you to showcase your hard work, and also gain experience in professional research presentation. Please take special note of the first upcoming deadline — all applications must be received by February 13th, 2015. Please see the PURC tab for more information.

If you have any question, please contact us at conference.psa@gmail.com

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February Faculty Social

4  Feb 2015 | 400p – 600p | Suedfeld Lounge (Kenny 2510)

PSA has booked the room for the second Faculty Student Social for the year 2015! Save the date: Feb 4, 2015 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for some sushi and mingling with other psychology students, grad students, and professors! This is a perfect opportunity to meet other students in Psychology, and ask professors anything!

For more information or questions regarding Faculty Student Social, please email to psa.vpsocial@psych.ubc.ca.

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The Next Step to Psychology

28 Jan 2015 | 500p – 600p | KENNY 2101

Are you new to Psychology? Maybe you’re unsure about whether to pursue an undergraduate degree in Psychology? Or maybe you just want to find out more about the opportunities that are available to you as an undergraduate Psychology student at UBC! Senior Psychology students will share their experience. Join us to gain tips and knowledge that will help you enrich your undergraduate experience! The event will cover various programs, resources, services and clubs relevant to Psychology students and hopefully answer any questions you may have!

No RSVP required. Light refreshments will be provided.

Note: This event is open to all students – you need not be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Steph (psa.acadcoor@psych.ubc.ca)

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Faculty-Student Social

14 January 2015 | 400p – 600p | Suedfeld Lounge (Kenny 2510)

Spend an evening with faculty members, graduate students and other staff in Psychology. Get to know your department and your fellow students better! Light snacks will be provided.

Please note: this event is open to all interested students – you need not be a PSA member.

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Study dates with the PSA!

24-27 Nov 2014 | varying times | POND 4038

  1. Mon Nov 24 | 10am-2pm | POND 4038B
  2. Tues Nov 25 | 10am-12pm | POND 4038C
  3. Wed Nov 26 | 10am-2pm | POND 4038B
  4. Thurs Nov 27 | 10am-12pm | POND 4038B

Trying to find a nice place to study and do your assignments on campus? Look no further! Your Psychology Students’ Association has booked space in the new and beautiful Ponderosa building in hopes to spread some warmth and love to our UBC students this season! ALL students are invited to join us!

We will provide hot chocolate, tea, light snacks, study music, and cheer – so bring your textbooks, your lab reports, your papers and have a great time with your friends and/or meet new ones!

Drop-in, drop-by, and drop-out as you wish and e-mail Leanne at psa.vpacademics@psych.ubc.ca if you have any comments or music suggestions!

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Yoga: Awaken the Inner Self

26 Nov 2014 | 430p – 600p | SWING 409

You might think that Yoga is just an exercise with twisted body positions, but it is more than that. By being in touch with your inner spirit, yoga creates a balance between your body and mind in order to strive towards self-enlightenment, away from your stress and troubles. At this event, you will experience a brief talk on the latest scientific research on the mental and physical benefits of yoga, followed by a one-hour yoga session led by  a professional yoga instructor from the UBC Recreation Centre who will also talk about their personal experiences of practicing yoga.

You can rent our yoga mats for $2 for the session, or feel free to bring your own.

Space is limited. Please RSVP to Gurveer at psa.vpsocial@psych.ubc.ca to guarantee yourself a spot!

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Psychology Study Skills Workshop

19 Nov 2014 | 200p – 300p | MCLD 228

Developing a strong set of study skills to excel in Psychology can be challenging. The goal of this interactive workshop is to discuss and use research in memory and motivation to improve your study strategies. People who engage in this workshop will consider and practice some research based study strategies, and leave with an action plan for tackling your final exams effectively.

This workshop will be led by Dr. Catherine Rawn, who teaches students introductory psychology (101 and 102), research methods (217), statistics (218), and applied social psychology for successful learning  (208 Section 002).

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Meet Your Professor – Dr. Elizabeth Dunn

10 Nov 2014 | 200p – 300p | Suedfeld Lounge Kenny 2510

Join us for the evening and get to know one of your psychology professors – Dr. Elizabeth Dunn. This is the perfect opportunity to get to know one of your professors outside of the classroom setting.

Dr. Dunn completed her undergraduate work at Harvard College and received her PhD in 2004 from the University of Virginia. After spending a year in Sydney, Australia as a postdoctoral fellow, she began her position at UBC in 2005. Her primary research interests lie in happiness, as well as self-knowledge. In her current research, Dr. Dunn is investigating makes people happy, what people think will make them happy, and why those two things are different. Her work has appeared in top journals, including Science, and she was selected as one of the “rising stars” in academia by the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2004. As well as receiving an American Psychological Association Dissertation Award in 2003, she was an honoree for the 2007 Mind Gym Academic Prize for pioneering work in positive psychology. Her research on happiness has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Prevention, Allure, Self, The Vancouver Sun, The London Times, and CTV. Dr. Dunn is also an avid surfer and skier.

Note: This event is open to all students – you do not need to be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Rachel (psa.deptrels@psych.ubc.ca)

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PSA Study Session

06 Nov 2014 | 100p – 300p | IKB 317

Upcoming midterms got you down? Come join us for a study session at IKB with your fellow PSA members! Feel free to stop by anytime to meet new people and get some studying done, all while having fun.

You do not need to be a PSA member to attend.

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Faculty-Student Social

05 November 2014 | 430p – 630p | Suedfeld Lounge Kenny 2510

Spend an evening with faculty members, graduate students and other staff in Psychology. Get to know your department and your fellow students better! Light snacks will be provided.

Please note: this event is open to all interested students – you need not be a PSA member.

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Meet Your Professor – Dr. Todd Handy

4 Nov 2014 | 4:00p – 5:00p | Suedfeld Lounge Kenny 2510

Join us for the evening and get to know one of your psychology professors – Dr. Todd Handy. This is the perfect opportunity to get to know one of your professors outside of the classroom setting.

Dr. Handy is a cognitive neuroscientist born and raised in the states, as well as the chair of grad admissions for the department . He is looking forward to answering any and all questions related to the mind, brain, grad school and socio-cultural issues in the U.S.

Note: This event is open to all students – you do not need to be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Rachel (psa.deptrels@psych.ubc.ca)

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PSA Study Session

30 Oct 2014 | 630p – 830p | IKB 416

Upcoming midterms got you down? Come join us for a study session at IKB with your fellow PSA members! Feel free to stop by anytime to meet new people and get some studying done, all while having fun.

You do not need to be a PSA member to attend. If you have any questions, please email Rachel (psa.deptrels@psych.ubc.ca)

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Get paid to RA: how to win research assistantships and scholarships

28 Oct 2014 | 400p – 500p | Swing 122

Would you like to get paid to attend university?

It is important to apply for and obtain scholarships and paid research assistantships. Not only can scholarships and paid assistantships help subsidize the costs of tuition, they also provide valuable experiences and help to improve your academic resume (CV). At the end of this workshop, you will be more familiar with the scholarship and paid research assistantship opportunities available in the Psychology Department, the Faculty of Arts, and beyond.

This workshop will be led by Ashley Whillans. Ashley is a graduate of the Psychology Honours program at UBC and a current graduate student in the Social Psychology program. Much to her surprise, she won numerous scholarships and paid research assistantships over the course of her undergraduate degree. Ashley believes that there are scholarships and assistantships that fit the skills and interests of every dedicated student, and she is excited to share her experiences with all of you!

This event is for Psychology Students’ Association members only. Annual membership is only $10 and you may join at the door of this event. Please bring exact change to expedite the membership process. Please plan to come ~10 minutes early to expedite the membership process so that the event starts in a timely manner.

This workshop is sponsored by the Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) and the 2014-15 Learning Smackdown series from the Department of Psychology.

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APA-style Writing Workshop

21 Oct 2014 | 400p – 530p | Swing 405 | 45 spots available

APA style is the most commonly used formatting and citation style in psychology and other social sciences. For those new to APA style, it can be difficult to know just what to do or where to look for easy to understand, reliable information. This workshop on the basics of APA style will give you a firm foundation in APA style, including citation guidelines (when, where, why, and how to cite your sources), formatting papers in APA style, and general guidelines to follow when writing an academic paper in psychology. Participants will learn about APA style in a brief lecture, with several hands-on activities. Please bring a pen or pencil and a highlighter.

Space is limited and will be reserved for the first 45 individuals to RSVP to Lisa <psa.acadcoor@psych.ubc.ca> (**please provide your first and last name as well as your email address**). You will receive a confirmation email the day before the event to confirm your registration.

Please note that you need not be a member of PSA to RSVP for this event.

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PSA’s Movie Night

17 Oct 2014 | 500p – 800p | LSK 201

Got over with midterms and papers? Or couple more to go? Tired both physically and psychologically from studying? Come and enjoy a fun and relaxing movie night with us!

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Faculty-Student Social

08 October 2014 | 430p – 630p | Suedfeld Lounge Kenny 2510

Spend an evening with faculty members, graduate students and other staff in Psychology. Get to know your department and your fellow students better! Light snacks will be provided.

Please note: this event is open to all interested students – you need not be a PSA member.”

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Academic resume (CV) workshop

30 Sept 2014 | 130P – 230P | 40 spaces available | Swing 107

Come and learn about how to format and develop an academic resume! This workshop is appropriate for students planning to continue their education after their undergraduate degree. While this workshop will focus on information pertinent to graduate studies in Psychology, we will do our best to provide guidance for other relevant programs (e.g., medicine). This workshop will be led by Drs. Michael Souza and Sunaina Assanand and is sponsored by the Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) and the 2014-15 Learning Smackdown series from the Department of Psychology.

It is not necessary to RSVP for this event but do note that room capacity is limited to 40 students and will be allotted on a first come, first served basis.

Note: This event is open to all students – you need not be a PSA member to attend.

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Graduate School in Psychology workshop series:

A chat with current UBC graduate students

30 Sept 2014 | 500p – 615p | Swing 122

This event will provide you with a valuable opportunity to connect with some of the fantastic graduate students in our department. Graduate student speakers will answer a small set of prepared questions from the moderator, and then the panel will open up to questions from the audience. Take this amazing opportunity to ask the burning questions you have about getting into and succeeding in graduate school in psychology!

The speakers (and their associated area of focus) include: Ashley Whillans (social), Nick Bedo (cognitive), Lily May (developmental), Jessie Pow (health), Boaz Saffer (clinical)

This event is for Psychology Students’ Association members only. Annual membership is only $10 and you may join at the door of this event. Please bring exact change to expedite the membership process. Please plan to come ~10 minutes early to expedite the membership process so that the event starts in a timely manner.

This workshop is sponsored by the Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) and the 2014-15 Learning Smackdown series from the Department of Psychology.

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PSA Icebreaker 2014

26 Sept 2014 | 500p – 630p | Kenny 2101

When should you start building connections at UBC? Why not now?! Come attend our PSA icebreaker where you can have the opportunity to connect and have fun with other fellow students interested in Psychology and to learn more about exactly how you can benefit from a membership with PSA. Our PSA executives will share their opinions on how to use our resources effectively, their own experiences, along with a reflection of their own involvement in this club. After our event, we will offer a tour around our maze-like departmental home, the Kenny building.

Please note: This event is open to all interested students (no membership required)

For more information, please check the PSA website (psa.psych.ubc.ca) or email Leigh (psa.president@psych.ubc.ca)

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Graduate School in Psychology workshop series:

A chat with Dr. Sheila Woody (Director of the UBC Psychology Graduate Program)

23 Sept 2014 | 500p – 630p | Swing 121

Are you considering graduate studies in psychology? Not sure what it takes to be competitive for UBC Psychology and other highly-ranked universities? This workshop, led by Dr. Sheila Woody, Director of the UBC Psychology Graduate Program and Professor of Psychology, will discuss a number of topics that you should be thinking about as you head in this direction (e.g., marks, GREs, research experience). At the end of the workshop, you will have a better sense of the application process and what shapes a strong application.

This event is for Psychology Students’ Association members only. Annual membership is only $10 and you may join at the door of this event. Please bring exact change to expedite the membership process. Please plan to come ~10 minutes early to expedite the membership process so that the event starts in a timely manner.

This workshop is sponsored by the Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) and the 2014-15 Learning Smackdown series from the Department of Psychology.

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Meet Your Professor – Dr. Michael Souza

22 Sept 2014 | 5:00p – 6:00p | Suedfeld Lounge Kenny 2510

Join us for the evening and get to know one of your psychology professors – Dr. Michael Souza.

Dr. Michael Souza is an Instructor I in the Learning Enhancement area of the Department of Psychology. With respect to teaching, he spans a variety of 100, 200, and 300-level courses and has a particular interest in brain injury and recovery. With service, he is interested in promoting student skills and engagement across a variety of mediums. He also serves as the Assistant Director of the Undergraduate Program in Psychology.

Dr. Souza will chat about his path to his current position, what has inspired him along the way, and some of the exciting things he is involved in. This is also a valuable opportunity to ask him any questions that you might have, as he has agreed to answer almost anything that you are curious about.

Note: This event is open to all students – you need not be a PSA member to attend.

Questions? Please email Rachel (psa.deptrels@psych.ubc.ca)

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Psychology Information Session on Arts Co-op/Internship, Go Global, and Service Learning

16 Sept 2014 | 400p – 530p | SWING 122

Are you considering any of the following UBC learning experiences?

· Arts Co-op Program
· Arts Internship Program
· Go Global (Exchange)
· Community-Based Experiential Learning (CBEL), including International Service Learning, Trek & Reading Week, and course-based opportunities

· Arts Tri-Mentoring program

Experiences in ALL of these programs will help you build your skills, network, and discover your interests!

Come to an information session for Psychology majors and learn about how these programs work, the types of work and community experiences you can expect, and more.

Full program details can be found at:
· Arts Co-Program: www.artscoop.ubc.ca; deadline to apply is September 24
· Arts Internship Program: www.careers.ubc.ca; deadline to apply is Oct 15

· Arts Tri-Mentoring Program: http://students.arts.ubc.ca/involvement/arts-tri-mentoring-program/; deadline to apply is Sept 23
· Go Global: http://www.students.ubc.ca/global
· Community-Based Experience Learning: www.students.ubc.ca/communitylearning

Note: This event is open to all students – you need not be a PSA member to attend.

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Imagine Day | 1st Faculty-Student Social of the 2014-15 academic year!

02 Sept 2014 | 230p – 400p | Kenny Atrium (2nd floor)

After checking out the Imagine Day orientation for Psychology, come spend part of your afternoon with fellow students and members of the Psychology Department. Get to know your department and your fellow students a bit better over complementary food and drinks.

Please note: this event is open to all interested students – you do not need to be a PSA member.

 

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