Master's Student Research Group
MSRG is an organization of current psychology graduate students who work to facilitate and promote research. They work to achieve several goals:
Increase student awareness and involvement in research.
Promote both research and professional development at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Act as a liaison between the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral student body.
Provide general support for incoming and current graduate students by disseminating important information through professional events and panels.
Create, promote and execute the annual John Jay Psychology Conference, which provides students at the MA level the opportunity to present their research via poster sessions and formal presentations.
Facebook Group: MSRG @ John Jay
Members of MSRG at the John Jay Research Conference
Forensic Counseling Student Group
FCSG is a collection of graduate students in the Forensic Mental Health Counseling and Forensic Psychology Master's Programs, as well as BA/MA students.
They endeavor to increase student knowledge and awareness of the clinical applications of their future degrees, arranging networking and career opportunities in counseling and some other areas of Forensic Psychology.
They host various events, offer a platform for communication and collaboration with John Jay College faculty, staff, and other organizations, and serve as a support system with peer advisement.
Website: John Jay FCSG
Members of FCSG after a roundtable meeting
STUDENT RESEARCH GROUPS