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The UQ Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) is a group of UQ students with an aim to enhance your university experience by supporting your personal and professional development within the school of psychology at the University of Queensland. 

We organise events, both on and off campus, that promote both the social and academic pursuits of our members. The PSA provides opportunities in all aspects of student life, from social events like pubcrawls and balls, to industry and academic events, like industry expos or academic symposiums. We also have social sport teams and volunteer opportunities for our students to get involved in!

Being a member of the PSA has many benefits, including:

  • Social opportunities to meet other psychology students and make lifelong friendships

  • Career building and professional networking opportunities

  • Access to our psychology guidebook

  • Social sport opportunities

  • Discounts to PSA events

  • Discounts and deals with all of our sponsors with the 2021 Psych Card

Volunteer with us!

The PSA is run by students, for students. If you've got a great idea for an event or an initiative that you'd like to run, get in contact by emailing to discuss your involvement with PSA!

the team


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Casey Gilbert

Georgia Gregory

Asha Richardson

Reese Marinic

Academic Director
Khushi Tanna

Industry Director
Nithisha Shajee Peter
Industry Director
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Lachlan Henry​
Social Director
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Jacqueline Brown

Social Director
Charlotte Hafner

First-Year Director
Samara Vassiliou

Merchandise Director
Caitlin Baptist 

Media Director


On Campus:

Our office is located in room 205 of the McElwain (24A) Building, Univeristy of Queensland, St Lucia. 

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Feedback on Teaching and Learning at UQ

As part of the UQ Student Engagement committee's efforts to get better feedback on teaching and learning within the School of Psychology, help us find out what we can do to make your degree better for you! 

*Feedback given is given directly to School of Psychology Engagement Committee and is not directly affiliated with UQPSA

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