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Psi Chi: The international honor society for psychology majors

Psi Chi is the international honor society for psychology majors. The mission of Psi Chi is to recognize and promote excellence in the science and application of psychology.

The Psi Chi Chapter at Western Kentucky University was founded in 1973 and is a branch of the national Psi Chi organization. The WKU Psi Chi Chapter holds events for its members each semester centered around topics such as getting into graduate school, differences among the various fields of psychology, and how to get involved in research.

The purpose of Psi Chi is to recognize academic achievement and support professional development of undergraduate students. In addition to the activities presented by the WKU Psi Chi Chapter, the national organization offers conventions, research awards, competitions and certificates. Learn more about the benefits of Psi Chi membership here.

For more information about the Psi Chi organization and information on joining,  visit the Psi Chi website.

 

To learn more about Psi Chi at WKU, contact the Psi Chi advisors: Dr. Redifer (Psychology) & Dr. Mienaltowski (Psychological Sciences).

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 Last Modified 9/23/19