The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Psychological Society of Ireland which was due to take place Saturday 15th of September had to be postponed due to a lack of a quorum present on the day. As stipulated by the Psychological Society of Ireland’s constitution, section 18.2, no business shall be transacted at any General Meeting unless the quorum is present when the meeting proceeds to business. As 25 members were not present the meeting was adjourned. The AGM has been rescheduled for 22nd of September and will take place at the PSI office, Grantham House. Registration will be at 14:00 and the meeting will commence at 14:30 sharp.
The agenda will be the same as for the meeting of 15th September 2018
Dr William Kinsella
This year's PSI Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Saturday 15 September at the Camden Court Hotel, Camden Street, Dublin 2. PSI members planning to attend should register their interest on the event page by clicking here. Information on the agenda and motions is also available on the event page. Registration for the AGM will begin at 1.30pm with Prof. Andrew Coogan of Maynooth University delivering the pre-AGM talk, entitled Evidential and Ethical Standards for Public Discourse in Psychology, at 2pm.
The 2017 PSI Annual Report is available now and can be downloaded from this link. Hardcopies of the Annual Report will be available for members at the 2018 PSI AGM on Saturday 15 September.
We're delighted to relaunch our Autumn Winter Lecture Series from September through to December. The Autumn Winter Lectures are a series of public talks for anyone and from any background. Our lectures were warmly received in the past and we know that this year is sure to be another success. The PSI aims to make psychology accessible and all inclusive for the public; this year is no exception. We've got a wide range of fascinating topics from unique and inspiring presenters. To start off the series, Dr Cíara Losty will be presenting at Waterford Institute of Technology on the 27th of September.
For more presenters and lectures to come over the Autumn Winter Series, keep an eye on your weekly e-zine and news updates. If you want to help promote the event share the upcoming lectures with colleagues, family and friends. We look forward to seeing you all there.
The preliminary Conference programme is available to view now.
Take a look at who will be presenting, and what influential topics will be covered over Thursday and Friday.
You can also book one of the pre-conference workshops that take place on Wednesday the 7th of November.
This year's Conference will see unique and inspiring talks, especially as this year will host over twenty Inspire Sessions that will be both thought-provoking and challenging. We must also mention that this year's Keynote Sessions will be one of the highlights of the Conference; talks from the PSI's Prof. Brian Hughes, the BPS's Dr Katherine Button and the APA's Dr David Shriberg.
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