Peer Advisement Program

The Psychology Department Peer Advisors’ mission is to offer fellow undergraduate psychology students advisement on a variety of topics including resume and curriculum vita development, personal statement assistance, graduate school searches, departmental opportunities, campus involvement, and general course advisement from a student perspective. We maintain and post a weekly list of events on the “Undergraduate Psychology at Georgia State University” Facebook page. These events range from activities in the department of psychology, Georgia State University or the community at large. If we are notified of any job or internship opportunities, we also put a special notification on the Facebook page and students may contact us for more information.

Please stop by during office hours or email the advisor for an appointment!

Peer Advisors for Fall 2018-Spring 2018

Taliyah Mosley
Inzul Motiwala
motiwala
1159 Urban Life (The Psi Chi Lounge)
Office Hours: TBAMy name is Taliyah Mosley. I am a Junior Psychology major Criminal Justice minor who is interested in working within the legal system. After receiving my B.A. in Psychology I plan on going to graduate school to receive a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Forensics. Email Taliyah 
 1159 Urban Life (The Psi Chi Lounge)
Office Hours: Monday 1045-1145AM (walk-ins welcome)I am currently a Junior and plan on going to graduate school right after receiving my B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Arabic. I am still undecided on which field of study I want to pursue but I know that I want to eventually work with children.
Email Inzul 

 

Tanner Thurman Shannon Meyer
1159 Urban Life (The Psi Chi Lounge)
Office Hours: TBAMy name is Tanner Thurman and I’m a sophomore majoring in psychology. I’m more interested in the clinical aspect of psychology and I hope to work as a clinical neuropsychologist in a hospital. However, I do debate if I rather just get my Master’s or go for the PhD. I currently work as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Erin Tully’s lab. In the lab, we are focusing on emotion processing and empathy-related constructs in kids. Email Tanner 
1159 Urban Life (The Psi Chi Lounge)
Office Hours: TBA

Shannon Meyer is a senior undergraduate who will graduate in 2018 with a B.S. in psychology. She is currently a research assistant with the Grady Trauma Project and works under the direction of Dr. Negar Fani, a clinical neuropsychologist and Emory University assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. In this research lab, she studies the neural mechanisms of a physiologically-augmented breath-focused mindfulness intervention for dissociative traumatized people. Shannon has studied abroad with the psychology department and is currently involved with WomenLead at GSU.