Libby Nelson |

Psychology is the study of the human mind and its functions. Inkblots is a student organization at the University of Wisconsin-Superior that offers students with an interest in psychology the opportunity to come together and connect.

“We wanted to make sure that we had an opportunity for everybody who was into psychology to participate,” said Eleni Pinnow, staff advisor of Inkblots.

Inkblots provides social, professional, and service opportunities for students who are interested in psychology.

“This club offers the opportunity to get involved within the psychology department and connect with some of the faculty and we promote lots of volunteer opportunities that are related to the field that can help students network with people in the community,” said Ailee Miller, current president of Inkblots.

“The average meeting for Inkblots is prepping and planning for events. We like to plan tabling events to promote mental health awareness and topics related to psychology. Our most recent event was a tabling event in the YU with a display about the Sensation and Perception class, with treats representing the different types of flavors and taste buds,” said Miller.

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, Inkblots is currently working on brainstorming some events surrounding the topic of mental health and its connection to psychology.

“We are planning a de-stress tabling event with goodie bags with chocolate, journals, and stress balls for exam season,” said Miller.

Current UWS students are encouraged to join Inkblots because, “Inkblots is just a good way to meet people that are the kind of people you want to be friends with,” said Pinnow.