Are you a student member in the London and Home Counties area studying at undergraduate level or aged under 21?
If so, please join us from 6:15pm on 14 December for our festive social evening.
This will be a great opportunity to network with the BPS LHC Committee and other undergraduate and under 21 year-old members.
You will also be able to find out more about the benefits of your membership and what the LHC branch can do for you.
Clicking on the register button will take you to the BPS online Shop - please sign in using your usual BPS membership number and password.
If you don't yet have an account, you can create an account via this link:
Once you have signed in, click on this event to register and you should be able to complete the form and add to basket.
BPS London Office
30 Tabernacle Street
Nearest tubes: Moorgate (Circle and Hammersmith and City) and Old Street (Northern Line City branch).
Dr Carolyn Mair CPsychol, FBPsS, Chair of the London and Home Counties Branch of the BPS.
Carolyn is Reader and Subject Director Psychology at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, where she established the world’s first and only Masters and undergraduate courses to apply psychological science in the context of fashion.
She was awarded a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience for investigations into spatio-temporal visual memory, MSc Research Methods Psychology and BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology and Computing, and has worked in Higher Education for eighteen years. Prior to this, she worked as a visual merchandiser, graphic designer, dress maker and portrait artist.
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes
Professor Hughes was 81st President of the British Psychological Society and is now BPS Vice President. A late convert to psychology, Jamie has worked as a nursing assistant, a psychology research assistant, a clinical psychologist in the NHS, a consultant clinical psychologist in the MoD, and head of defence healthcare psychology.
As a professor, Professor Hughes has been responsible for the creation of an MSc programme, a university research institute, and international research hub, and is now in independent practice carrying out clinical work and supervision and working with refugee, migrant and asylum seeker organisations.
Additional speakers TBC
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