Best Way to Get Involved: Psychology Club

Psychology Club

"One can't live mindfully without being enmeshed in psychological processes that are around us"- Philip Zimbardo


All psychology majors and minors have the opportunity to get together and interact with each other through the Psychology Club. The Psychology Club initiates service projects and sponsors programs of interest to psychology majors and minors (e.g. preparing for graduate school in psychology & preparing for the GRE’s). The Psychology Club also plans social events during which students and faculty have the opportunity to get together informally outside of the classroom and build strong relationships. The club helps you build a good resume that will benefit you upon your decision to enter graduate school or the work force. For instance, the club offers volunteer opportunities and positions on the executive board to gain leadership skills. Every year the club attends a conference (such as the Eastern Psychological Association Conference) where members can make connections with prominent leaders in the field of psychology, other students and with graduate programs. Members have the opportunity to work with professors on performing different studies and events, as well. Overall the Psychology Club works as a guide in helping their members succeed throughout their four years at Siena.
Some past Events:
PsyD &PhD Presentation
     Meet the Siena Psychology Faculty
        Imago Therapy
        Dream Interpretation
         GRE Presentation
         Walk for Wildwood
         End of the Semester Psychology Club Dinner
         Meditation Event
Halloween Extravaganza
         Pizza/Bake Sales
         Relay for Life Team
         Graduate Speakers
         Valentine Candy Grams
         Senior Celebration
       Psychology Graduate Fair
        Eastern Psychological Association Conference


Faculty Advisor

  • Dr. Kristin Miller
    Roger Bacon Hall Room 417
    (518) 782-6726
  • Office Hours
     M-W-F 9:40-10:20, 1:30-2:30
    and by appointment
  • About: Kristin D. Miller, Ph.D., Lehigh University; child and school psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy, school climate, behavior disorders, and gratitude