Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a social organization that is open to all students who are interested in psychology. Our purpose is to promote an understanding of psychology as a broad discipline, provide information on psychology careers and career development, and foster interaction between students and the psychology faculty. 

Some recent activities of the club include:

  • Field trip to Mental Health Institute (MHI; Independence, Iowa)
  • Psych Club Relay for Life team
  • Faculty research opportunities
  • Student vs. faculty: Semester Kickball Kickoff

President: Noah Howe


Faculty Advisor: Dr. Justin Sprung

Justin grew up on a farm outside of Osage, IA and has been fascinated with the world of work since he was young. In college, he stumbled across the field of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and this allowed him to combine his passion for helping people with his interest in the workplace. Justin received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa and earned his M.A. and PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Bowling Green State University. His favorite part of being a professor is interacting with students, and specifically helping students recognize the relevance of psychology in their everyday lives. He also enjoys incorporating country music references into his lectures, whether his students like it or not.  Fun fact: Got second place in a cookie eating contest in grad school

Email the Psychology Club at:  [email protected].