• Psychology Undergraduate Mentoring Program (PUMP)​

    The Psychology Undergraduate Mentoring Program (PUMP) was formed to promote opportunities for undergraduates from historically underrepresented backgrounds to receive mentoring in the field of psychology. PUMP's mission is to allow undergraduates of historically underrepresented backgrounds to receive high-quality mentoring within the UGA Psychology Department towards successful preparation for graduate school and careers in psychology. A goal of PUMP also is to create a program culture that values the intentional visibility and accessibility of graduate and faculty mentors to undergraduate students while providing professional development opportunities and sharing knowledge of opportunities and resources needed to navigate and succeed in graduate school.

     

    PUMP was founded by graduate students across Psychology programs, including Dominique L. La Barrie, Kharine Jean, Kelsey Corallo, Lauren Quast and Andrew Farkas, as an effort to improve diversity and inclusion within the department.

     

    Dr. Metzger serves as a founding faculty supervisor for this new program.

     

    Click here for more information on PUMP, and to learn about the benefits of becoming a PUMP mentee or mentor!

     

    If you are a UGA student interested in being a PUMP mentee please complete this form.

    If you are a UGA student interested in being a PUMP mentor please complete this form.

  • Passion, Purpose, Power Sessions

    Calling all community organizers and student leaders! Dr. Metzger continues to host Passion, Purpose, Power sessions every Monday to help you apply your platform and your personal strengths toward the advancement of social justice.
     
    With over a decade of experience in advocacy, academia, and mental health, Dr. Metzger can advise your next steps in the fight for equity, even if they are your first steps!
     
    Sessions are Mondays between 1:00 and 2:30pm EST; the new link to register is at tinyurl.com/passionpurposepowersessions. And as always, feel free to reach out to Dr. Metzger via email at isha.metzger@uga.edu!