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Psychology Club 

All students are welcome to join the Psychology Club at UT Permian Basin! Join Psychology if you would like to meet your fellow psychology classmates, better understand the field of psychology, and participate in activities related to psychology! 

Psi Chi

You can join Psi Chi if you are majoring or minoring in psychology or if you are at least a second-semester sophomore with an established GPA that places you in the top 35% of your class and is at least 3.00 on a 4-point scale. UTPB inducts new Psi Chi members once per year. Eligible potential members will be contacted in the fall semester. 

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Student Achievement & Accomplishment Highlights

victoria-inman.jfifVictoria Inman is a master's student in Experimental Psychology at UTPB.  Her research examines counterintuitive theories and behavior, intergroup relations, and dehumanization.  She is a senator for psychology in our campus' Student Government Association and a member of the University's Underrepresented Student Advisory Council.  She and her research advisor, Dr. Jamie Hughes, were awarded an SPSSI grant for a research project, and she has been awarded funding to carry out her master's thesis research.  She hopes to go on to pursue a PhD in Social Psychology. 


candance-mouton.jfifCandace Mouton graduated from McCamey High School in Texas in May of 2014 as valedictorian before starting her undergraduate education at Texas Tech University. Candace later transferred back to UTPB (where she had been a dual-credit student in high school) and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in May, 2018. During her final year of undergrad, she was recommended and later offered a graduate assistantship at UTPB for the Experimental Psychology Master of Arts program. Candace accepted the offer and decided to begin her graduate school education at UTPB with Dr. Jamie Hughes as her advisor. She defended her thesis and graduated from UTPB with her Master’s in Psychology with a concentration in Experimental Psychology in May, 2020. Candace was a star student in our program, and she is now the Psychology Department's Retention and Recruitment Specialist.

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