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  • Science ambassadors and students at Psychology Day
  • Psychology professor answers questions from students and families about IUPUI psychology programs

Psychology Day

Location: Purdue School of Science at IUPUI

The School of Science invites you to explore Psychology at IUPUI!

Psychology Day is a day for high school students interested in learning more about IUPUI and the research, classes and opportunities available to you as a psychology major at IUPUI.
This event is open to prospective IUPUI psychology students/parents and as a field trip option for high schools. *Teachers are welcome to attend individually or with up to 15 psychology-interested students.
 
Registered students will have the opportunity to experience our campus and department first-hand, as well as:
  • Engage in interactive and educational psychology experiences
  • Connect with students, faculty & advisors
  • Explore Psychology careers
  • Visit the Neuroscience research facilities
  • Learn about undergraduate research opportunities
  • Understand the benefits of our Purdue University science-based psychology curriculum
  • Tour our beautiful, urban campus

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

*Teachers - IUPUI will be hosting the Indiana High School Psychology Teachers Association (IHSPTA) annual conference in partnership with this event. You have the option to attend this conference from 9am-1pm or 9am-3pm, while your students attend Psychology Day. If students are able to stay, they are welcome to join the conference at the conclusion of Psychology Day at 1pm. We will have a guest speaker speaking on the careers and opportunities available with a psychology degree.

Need more information? Contact Lori Vanatsky at Lvanatsk@iupui.edu