Behavioral Science Society
The USC Behavioral Science Society brings together students and post-docs across the university who are interested in behavioral science, behavioral economics, behavioral decision making, psychology, or related academic fields with applications to health, finances, sustainability, and security. Undergraduate students, graduate students and postdocs are invited to become a member of this organization by sending an email to [email protected] and in the subject line of your message, type in: subscribe behavioralstudents-l Firstname Lastname (note that the l after behavioral students is a small L).
Members will be invited to participate in our activities, which will include panel discussions on behavioral science and financial well-being, undergraduate student research and how to get involved, and a meet-the-author/book club. Members will also be invited to the external seminars hosted by the partner organization Behavioral Science and Well-Being Policy, which targets both faculty and students. Additionally, we will soon announce a paper competition for undergraduate and graduate students ($100 Amazon gift voucher for each).
The executive board of the USC Behavioral Science Society consists of :
President of the Behavioral Science Society, PhD student in Public Policy and Management
PhD Student, Social Psychology, Psychology and Behavioral Science in the Price School of Public Policy and Dornsife College
Student, Marshall School of Business and Viterbi School of Engineering
Wändi Bruine de Bruin
Faculty affiliate, Provost Professor of Public Policy, Psychology and Behavioral Science in the Price School of Public Policy and Dornsife College
Past Executive Board Members:
Co-Founder Behavioral Science Society,Chief Executive Officer of Marshall Women’s Leadership Board