Aysu Calik | Psychology



“University is not high school. You have to work hard for what you want. You should make the most out of your university experience and remember that you are here for a reason. Connect with your professors, go to their office hours, ask questions (I must have asked a million questions to be where I am today), enjoy the things offered by your university, be open-minded and find your passion. Coming to the University of Lethbridge was one of the best choices I have ever made. The classes, professors, staff, students, the whole energy here is absolutely one of a kind!”

Favourite Class: Psychology of Crime, by Jennifer Williams
Favourite Social Activity: Cabarets—I went to all cabarets offered by ORS
Favourite Study Spot: Markin Hall Study Rooms

What makes my uLethbridge experience unique?

  • Independent Studies: I have completed 4 independent studies in total. 2 of them in psychology, and the other 2 were in Neuroscience
  • I have been involved in both Animal & Human research
  • My independent studies included topics related to human sexuality, brain anatomy and, tactile stimulation and its impact on Alzheimer’s disease
  • Independent studies were some of the coolest experiences of my university journey