Title

UND’s national honor society in psychology welcomes new members

Authors

Amy Halvorson

Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

11-7-2014

Campus Unit

College of Arts & Sciences

Abstract

Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology, will be installing a new class in the East Asia Room of the Chester Fritz Library, on Thursday, Nov. 13, at 4 p.m.

The new members are all majoring in psychology: Tory Engen, Tolna, N.D.; Crystal Hewitt-Gill, N.Y.; Lyn Martell, Grand Forks; Kyle Bernhardt, Grand Forks; Beth Bray, Crookston, Minn.; Philip Heiden, Grand Forks; Ashley Lambert, Stacy, Minn.; Jake Braegelmann, St. Joseph, Minn.; Kyle Kirkland, Longmont, Colo.; Haley Thorsen, Woodbury, Minn.; Madison Hassig, East Grand Forks; Tyler Kemnitz, Grand Forks; Travis Rikenberger, Morris, Minn.; John Leclerc, Grafton, N.D.; Katelyn Rykus, Sartell, Minn.; Mark Bearmon, Edina, Minn.; Margaret Burke, Linton, N.D.; Teresa Simms, Grand Forks; and Timothy Bridges, Nacogdoches, Texas.

About Psi Chi:

Psi Chi was founded on Sept. 4, 1929, during the Ninth International Congress of Psychology held at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The Honor Society's stated purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship and to advance the science of psychology. Many of the Society's members have gone on to distinguished careers in psychology, including several presidents of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society, numerous national and internal award winners and various other renowned research psychologists, authors, professors and practitioners.

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