With more than 150 members, the Ohio Psychological Association of Graduate Students (OPAGS) is an active organization uniting psychology students throughout Ohio. OPAGS is supported by the Ohio Psychological Association, with the OPAGS chair serving as a voting member of the OPA Board of Directors. Additionally, OPAGS members may serve on OPA committees. Join today!

OPA offers many services and opportunities for undergraduate students and faculty. Undergraduates may join OPAGS, present at the annual OPA Poster Session and volunteer with the organization. View the full list of opportunities.

Teachers of psychology in high schools are such a vital part of the pipeline for bringing high quality students into this profession. OPA is committed to supporting the work of teachers. Learn about available resources.

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2013-14 Executive Committee

Chair: Terri Pelley, University of Cincinnati
Chair-Elect: Demaree Bruck, University of Cincinnati
Communications Coordinator: Teresa Mueller, Wright State University
Diversity Chair: Nikki Winchester, Xavier University
Continuing Education Chair: Ashley Murray, Wright State University
Advocacy Chair: Roshni Rao, Wright State University
Committee on Social Responsibility Chair: Kelly Obert, Wright State University

If you are interested in becoming active on one of these committees, please email the above listed chairs.

OPA recognizes the commitment students make to the long process of becoming a psychologist and we are here to support you. OPA welcomes and encourages student involvement in committees. We especially encourage student involvement in legislative advocacy, like our annual Legislative Day and in leadership development opportunities, such as our Leadership Forum.

The Ohio Psychological Association of Graduate Students (OPAGS) provides support with campus reps on all campuses to facilitate communication and exchange of information and ideas. The executive council represents students on the OPA Board and committees. OPAGS conducts an annual workshop covering topics requested by members.

Our student listserv is a great tool for keeping up with your student colleagues from around Ohio. Students use it to ask questions and to communicate their concerns. You can also stay connected with OPA and OPAGS through LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.


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