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What Is Psi Chi?
Founded in 1929, Psi Chi, the National Honor Society for students in psychology, was created for the purpose of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology.
For more information about Psi Chi at GVSU, contact our Faculty Advisors:
Contact the GVSU Chapter
Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, tutoring, or concerns that you may have about Psi Chi at GVSU:
Psi Chi: GVSUpsichi@gmail.com
For Tutoring, send emails to: GVSUpsichi@gmail.com
The GVSU Psi Chi Executive Board
PRESIDENT: Elise Richards email@example.com
VICE-PRESIDENT: Amanda Pollock firstname.lastname@example.org
TREASURER: Riley Derwich email@example.com
HISTORIAN: Elise Edie firstname.lastname@example.org
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Ciara Novascone email@example.com
SECRETARY & RECRUITMENT CHAIR: Natalia Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
GVSU PSI CHI
Eye on PSI CHI
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WINTER 2019 | VOLUME 24 | ISSUE 2
Did you know some types of financial aid have to be repaid, while others don’t? Discover links to popular sources of funding, and get tips to become debt free.
If you can’t find an internship that fits your interests, then perhaps you can create a totally new one.
Uncover top reasons why employees are fired. Then, practice 11 behaviors to achieve self-actualizing sustainability.
Psychology students often struggle to market their skills to potential employers. Do you know how to match your skills to employers’ needs?
You don’t have to be an extravert to become a great leader! Here are five strategies to determine your limits and work with others in ways that are right for you.
Each year, Psi Chi’s RMPA Service Project brings together students and faculty so that they can network while serving those in need.
More content from Eye on PSI CHI.
Psychology Club is an inclusive organization for students of all disciplines to learn about and share passion for Psychology outside of the classroom. In addition, we would like to provide an entertaining and inspirational atmosphere in which all students can further their knowledge and interest in Psychology by attending scheduled events. Our focus will be on the conversation of Psychology in various aspects of our world, discussed through movies, topic ideas, and cross academia collaboration.
Students from all majors are encouraged to attend. Meetings for Psych Club will be held Tuesdays at 7:30pm in ASH 2120.
Contact: Nick Kondyles @ email@example.com
Faculty Advisor: Brian Bowdle firstname.lastname@example.org