Psychology of Government Intelligence and National Security (PGINS) is a club focused on bringing awareness to the importance of psychology within the government intelligence and national security agencies. We collaborate with faculty and other CoP organizations to bring guest lecturers and host events. Finally, we work with students to cultivate and produce research related to the government intelligence and national security field.
|Executive Board 2020-2021|
|Vice President||Imani Gibbs|
|Director of Research and Education||Jessica Blalock|
|First Year Doctoral Representative||Chloe Gehl|
|Social Media Coordinator||Rachel Elkins|
|Masters Representative||Chelsea Lopez|
|Faculty Advisor||Dr. Douglas Gibson|