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I/P Psychology Graduate Students

I/O Club

Current President- Abbie Caudill (

 Brief Description: The I/O Club provides opportunities for students in the I/O department to develop professional peer relationships, share ideas, work, and research, as well as spend time with faculty, alumni, and fellow grad students outside of the daily academic grind. Members participate in a variety of activities including inter-departmental social events (e.g., happy hours and pot lucks), community service opportunities, university fundraisers, games and contests.

 Club Involvement:  Members are required to participate in fundraisers (usually only one to two per year), sub-committees meet each month, encouraged to attend I/O club sponsored events.

 Benefits of Membership (to list a few): Being sponsored for SIOP registration fees by I/O club, free business cards for SIOP networking and job searching, extra-curricular involvement for your CV/Resume (yes, this is still important beyond your undergraduate career!), leadership experience as an officer and/or committee member, opportunities to attend luncheons with I/O club-sponsored speakers.