Co-Chairs – Emily Parcell (Engineering Psychology) & Na Liu (Quantitative Psychology )
The presidents orient the organization towards yearly goals and leads monthly meetings. They represent the psychology graduate student body in meetings internally and across campus. This position also assists all other officers with their roles and maintains the organization's administrative documents and paperwork, in addition to coordinating all meetings for PGSC and assisting the department with activities. They especially support the communicative tasks of PGSC- such as the newsletter, alumni communications, and leadership-student communications.
Faculty Representative and Alumni Officer – Da Eun Kim (Aging Psychology)
The faculty representative and alumni officer attend the monthly department faculty meetings. At these meetings, they represent the student body and take meeting minutes. This position is also in charge of sending out an “outgoing student” survey and coordinates the PGSC Applied Speaker Series.
First-Year Mentor – Jack Mostyn (Cognition and Brain Science Psychology)
The first-year mentor welcomes new students into the psychology graduate student body. They keep a “who is doing what, where” catalogue for incoming students, plan meetings, and collect feedback from the first-years. They also arrange the summer mentorship program for first-years and more senior students in the program.
Media Chair – LaTajah Lambey (Cognition and Brain Science Psychology)
The media officer continuously edits the Psychology and PGSC webpages and social media, plans, conceives, and oversees consistent content. They also talk and meet with students and faculty of GT Psych to plan and execute website or social media content and sends relevant media updates to the Secretary.
Secretary – Kern Qi (Industrial-Organizational Psychology)
The secretary designs, administers, and presents the annual Graduate Student Survey. They also design the monthly PGSC newsletters and serve as the notetaker for PGSC monthly meetings.
First Year Representative – Amanda Arbuckle (Cognition & Brain Science Psychology)
The first year representative relays information from PGSC to the first-years and gathers feedback. Additionally, this position is in charge of updating the first-year handbook in May.