Child Psychology Student Organization

Members of the Child Psychology Student Organization participating in recent events, including making tie blankets for Project Linus and their fall kick-off meeting

The Child Psychology Student Organization (CPSO) provides undergraduate students who are interested in developmental psychology with volunteer opportunities, mentorships, and social events. CPSO is run by passionate volunteer student officers.

Last year’s events included:

  • A graduate student panel
  • Directed research night
  • Guest presentations from working professionals
  • Volunteer events at the Ronald McDonald House and People Serving People
  • Tie blanket craft night for Project Linus

CPSO board

CPSO is run by a board of student volunteers who serve as officers for the group.

Sydney Cheung

Sydney Cheung
Co-President

Sophie Richardson

Sophie Richardson
Co-President

Courtney Engholm

Courtney Engholm
Alumni Advisor

Kevin Ly

Kevin Ly
Alumni Advisor

Become a member

Anyone interested in developmental psychology or the betterment of children is welcome and encouraged to become a member. You don't need to be a developmental psychology major or minor to join. Everyone is welcome!

If you would like to join CPSO, please fill out this form, and we'll add you to our email list. Once you're a part of our listserv, you'll receive emails regarding upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

We hope you will consider joining us!

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We're driven to make a difference

Courtney Engholm
How would I describe my experience at ICD? From meeting with our academic advisor to attending Child Psychology Student Organization meetings, I can say that I have enjoyed every part of it.

Courtney Engholm
B.A. Child Psychology
CPSO Officer