King’s Students Inducted to Psychology Honor Society

King’s Students Inducted to Psychology Honor Society

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March 30, 2015 - Twelve King’s College students were recently inducted to Psi Chi, an international honor society for students in psychology.  The organization was founded more than 80 years ago for the purpose of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining scholarship in, and advancing the science of psychology. 

The King’s Chapter was founded in 1972.  Students accepted for admission must be juniors or seniors, be in the top one-third of their class, have a minimum grade-point-average of 3.4 (4.0 scale) and have high standards of personal behavior.

Pictured in first row, from left, are student inductees Sarah Skiro, Erin Williams, Kayla E. Havens and Tiffany J. Centak.  Pictured standing at far right, is  Dr. Jean P. O’Brien, professor of psychology and faculty moderator of Psi Chi.  Pictured in second row, from left, is Gabriel G. Gross, Kyle W. Poray, Kelci L. Wolfe, and Alanna M. Cosgrove.       Absent from photo were Elizabeth Donovan, Melissa Francomacaro, Kyle Newton, and Lucas Seaberg.

Pictured in first row, from left, are student inductees Sarah Skiro, Erin Williams, Kayla E. Havens and Tiffany J. Centak.  Pictured standing at far right, is  Dr. Jean P. O’Brien, professor of psychology and faculty moderator of Psi Chi.

Pictured in second row, from left, is Gabriel G. Gross, Kyle W. Poray, Kelci L. Wolfe, and Alanna M. Cosgrove.     

Absent from photo were Elizabeth Donovan, Melissa Francomacaro, Kyle Newton, and Lucas Seaberg.

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