Undergraduate Psychology Association (UPA)

Undergraduate club open to all interested in the field of psychology!

What is the UPA?

The Undergraduate Psychology Association provides a community for UC Davis undergraduates interested in psychology, offers opportunities for leadership and participation in events and community service, and informs members about advanced degree and career options within psychology. The UPA meets members’ academic, social, and professional needs through discussion and participation in meetings, events, and activities.

Benefits of the UPA?

Our members…
• Have a strong social community of peers with similar goals, aspirations, and interests
• Network with professionals, professors, and graduate students in the field of psychology
• Are presented with volunteer and community service opportunities
• Attend talks given by experienced guest speakers in the field
• Learn important information pertaining to graduate school, professions in psychology, and success at UC Davis
• Apply for and receive scholarships awarded by the UPA
• Obtain valuable leadership and soft-skills while building a list of potential references


Meetings/ How to join: 

Contact  for meeting details.

Active members of the UPA must attend the regular meetings, pay a small annual fee of $15, and dedicate a certain number of hours per year to the UPA.






President: Mai Yer Thao

Vice President: Brianna Tuomi

Treasurer: Miriam Rodriguez

Secretary: Guanqing Lin

Head Public Representative: Stephanie Ho

Public Representatives:
Elissa Dautch

Brittani Archer

Alison Ratermann

Community Service Chair: Diana Santoyo