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Pacific University Oregon Chapter Psi Chi and Psychology Club
I just wanted to update you on the professor panel. The last time we met I was going to contact the professors to speak at our panel on April 5th. So far six have responded, Dawn Salgado is a "maybe" and the rest can't participate. We can talk about this again at our meeting, but we will need to decide if we want to ask more people or cancel the panel.
Article 1: New probabilities of admission into graduate psychology programs
Article 2: Q and A about Successful Psychology Graduate Admissions
Article 3: School-smart but culture [workplace] dumb - College Students in the Workplace