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 APSSC of Central Michigan University

The Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus (APSSC) of Central Michigan University is a great and helpful organization for undergraduates, graduate students, and professors to get involved with. This organization provides opportunities to a variety of people.


Gain information about graduate school, the GRE, and doing research.

Gain valuable experience and insight into different areas of psychology by exposure to research that is currently being done at CMU in the field of psychology. 

Have the opportunity to interact with psychology professors in the casual setting of our monthly socials.

Be a part of a fun, motivated group of psychology students who are dedicated to helping you learn.


Present research at our socials, allowing you to become more comfortable with presenting.

Get to know undergrads- an opportunity to get great research assistants.


Get to know students on a more personal level at our socials.

Keep up on the latest research being done at CMU.

Gain motivated research assistants.

For Upcoming Events please check our tentative schedule for:  Fall Semester 2010

Upcoming Fall 2010 Events:

-General Meeting

  •     Thursday October 21st, 7 pm in Sloan 100

  •     Everyone is welcome! We will be discussing the merits of joining APSSC

-APSSC Grad Expo

  •     Wednesday October 27th, 7 pm in Sloan 100

  •     Dr. Ashby will be presenting. There will also be a graduate student panel.

-General Meeting

  •     Thursday November 11th, 7 pm in Sloan 100

  •      Meeting focus: TBA


Questions? Comments? Email us at apssccmu@gmail.com

Or our president Kimberly Tate at tate1kc@cmich.edu

Last updated Oct, 15 2010.

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