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STUDENT COUNCILThe fundamental goal within the academic community is to obtain an education of excellence. To this end, it is essential that the institutional environment permit free examination and open discussion of all areas pertaining to academic life.The Student Council seeks to promote communication, cooperation and understanding among students, faculty and administration, and suggests ways to promote the best interests and objectives of the academic community.The Student Council's functions are regulated by the applicable dispositions of the General Regulations for Students of the CAU.PHI BETA LAMBDAPhi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit educational association of students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The Association has four different divisions including: FBLA for high school students, FBLA Middle Level for junior high, middle and intermediate school students, PBL for postsecondary students, and The Professional Alumni Division for business people, educators and parents, who support the goals of the association. The mission of FBLA-PBL is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career. NU SIGMA PSI Nu Sigma Psi is an honor society initiated and implemented by students in the Master's Programs in the field of psychology at Carlos Albizu University. Nu Sigma Psi's mission is to recognize outstanding academic performance and strive to promote cooperative working relationships between students and practitioners in the field for the purpose of professional advancement. This new Honor society affords the students opportunities for networking and community service involvement, among other benefits. American Psychological Association of Graduate Students Advocacy Coordinating Team (APAGS-ACT) - CAU Chapter The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) is the voice of student concerns within the APA. It provides scholarships, awards, as well as opportunities for career development. APAGS is one of the largest constituency groups of the APA, as well as the largest organized group of psychology graduate students worldwide. Through Campus Representatives (CRs) APAGS maintains an active network that engages in legislative efforts on behalf of the science and practice of psychology, in the interest of students studying, researching, and practicing psychology, and on behalf of individuals who receive psychological services.

Each CR is the point person for his or her university, not only disseminating information relevant to graduate students, but also voicing the collective concerns of graduate students to APAGS. The Campus representative for CAU is Ms. Melissa Noya. CAU's campus representative has created a listserv for you to communicate with your colleagues, receive local job postings and other pertinent information. If you want to join, please send an email to CAUMiamiAPAGS@yahoo.com . The Florida Psychological Association of Graduate Students (FPAGS) - CAU Chapter FPAGS was created to inform psychology graduates from Universities from Florida about federal and state legislative issues that affect students and the profession of psychology. Members receive numerous benefits such as rental car discounts, continuing education opportunities, publications, access to forums, etc. Campus Representatives (CRs) form a network of students from each university in Florida through which FPA communicates with graduate students across the state. Through CRs, FPA maintains an active network that engages in legislative efforts on behalf of the science and practice of psychology, in the interest of students studying, researching, and practicing psychology, and on behalf of individuals who receive psychological services.

Each CR is the point person for his or her university, not only disseminating information relevant to graduate students, but also voicing the collective concerns of graduate students to FPA. The Campus representative for CAU is Ms. Melissa Noya. CAU's campus representative has created a listserv for you to communicate with your colleagues, receive local job postings and other pertinent information. If you want to join, please send an email to CAUMiamiFPAGS@yahoo.com. PSI CHI Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

If you are interested in joining the CAU chapter, you may review the chapter activities by following links provided and/or make an appointment to see Dr. Levermore with the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology.

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