Welcome to the BPSU’s website!

The Buddhism and Psychology Students’ Union (BPSU) is a child of the ongoing dialogue between Buddhism and the mind sciences. Our main aim is to offer a forum for University of Toronto students to openly investigate and uncover whatever implications this dialogue may bring.

Additionally, we hope to provide opportunities for our members to integrate the Dharma into their other academic and personal pursuits. Although BPSU represents students in the Buddhism, Psychology, & Mental Health program, everyone is welcome to attend our academic and social events. More importantly, everyone is encouraged to participate in what we feel is an expansion of what it means to study the body-mind complex.

Get in touch with us! Visit us on Facebook or send us an email at ut.bpsu@gmail.com.

Want to join our mailing list? Send an email to ut.bpsu@gmail.com with your name and email address!

BPSU Newsletter #1!

Hello everyone! Please click here to download our newsletter. It’s filled with academic seminars and events that the BPSU will be holding throughout the rest of this semester. In the newsletter, you’ll find information regarding:

- Leo Ferraro on Mindfulness and Martial Arts
– BPSU Pub Night (date update: November 28, 2014)
– In The Fold – psychological interpretations of Buddhist sutra readings
– Puppies! Co-hosted with jack.org
– Tony Toneatto on the relationship between Buddhism and Psychology

and much more…

Come to learn, meet the executives, other students and teachers in the BPMH program!

If you have any questions, don’t hestitate to email us at ut.bpsu@gmail.com.