Mission Statement:

The Psychology Graduate Student Association (PGSA) is a group that works in collaboration with the faculty and staff to ensure that each student has access to the resources needed to successfully navigate the graduate school experience. 

 

Our objectives include:

  • Facilitating communication between students, faculty, and staff
  • Helping organize and run activities that encourage community integration 
  • Providing opportunities for professional development  

 

 

Events

 

03
Oct

Wellness Break

October 3, 2019
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Psych Building – Lounge

 

 

PGSA STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

SEPTEMBER’S STUDENT SPOTLIGHT IS….

Ruth Altmiller Caputo

Ruth is currently completing her Clinical Fellowship in Speech Language Pathology in Waynesboro, Tennessee. While her day job includes working with kids with a variety of communication disorders, Ruth is also working to finish up her Masters degree here at WUSTL. Her love for language and communication led to her interest in research on literacy development, which is the purpose of her Masters project.

Keep it up, Ruth! We can’t wait to hear about your year in TN!

Do you know a graduate student in the P&BS Department that should be recognized for their hard work, achievements, cool project, nice haircut, or new puppy? If so, please send your spotlight nomination to jaydehomer@wustl.edu.