School Psychology Program
School Psychology Student Association
A Message from 2012 SPSA President, Michael Frank
Welcome to the School Psychology Student Association (SPSA). In this group you will find opportunities to have fun, get involved, and work hard to forge new experiences and glean new perspectives. Recently, SPSA launched a chapter of the APA's Student Affiliates of School Psychology, so in our group you will also have the opportunity to communicate and interact with graduate students around the United States.
If you would like to partake in group outings, our social chair Jessica Vazquez is always full of ideas. Need the latest faculty information? Contact our faculty liaison, Omega Russell. Missed a meeting and need the minutes? Secretary Bryan Bander can keep you up to date. Our newsletter editor Sara Hinojosa keeps the most cutting edge information from our program available in stylish layouts, and our treasurer Wenjun Chen ensures that your financial needs are met.
Finally, if you have a vision for what you would like in your student organization or are interested in getting involved with the national school psychology graduate student community, contact me or Vice President Derek Powers. As a student organization, our goal is to make sure all of our students have good experiences and learn about school psychology. Of course, all USF students are welcome, so even if you're not a school psychology major, feel free to come by for a meeting!
See you soon
(For SPSA contact information, please contact Ashley Crokett, School Psychology Program Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or (813) 974-4614)
When: Friday, November 16th, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM
Where: College of Education TECO Room
What: Come join the USF School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) in a movie-viewing and discussion event to raise awareness of issues of poverty in the U.S. We will be seeing a thought-provoking film called, “The Line”.
“The Line documents the stories of people across the country living at or below the poverty line. They have goals. They have children. They work hard. They are people like you and me. Across America, millions are struggling every day to make it above The Line.”
The creators of this movie have encouraged viewers to spread the word about the issues it discusses. We hope to see you there!
Join the Facebook Group: “The Line Movie Screening"