UNE’s PSI CHI Honor Society Chapter welcomes 23 new members

PSI CHI seal and text welcoming new members to group

The University of New England’s PSI CHI Chapter, representing outstanding achievement in psychology, animal behavior and neuroscience, announced the induction of 23 new undergraduate members.

Due to current social distancing recommendations, the induction ceremony was held virtually on April 2, 2020, under the supervision of PSI CHI faculty advisor, Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour, Ph.D., associate professor and psychology program coordinator in the Department of Psychology, with the assistance of PSI CHI president, Nicole Martin; vice president, Katie Paul; secretary, Jessica Sarro; and treasurer, Cammy Macomber.

In addition to celebrating new inductees, graduating seniors, and new officers, the UNE PSI CHI Chapter also celebrated its 10th anniversary.

Founded in 1929 during the International Congress of Psychology, PSI CHI is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of both the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Psychological Society (APS). With the stated mission of encouraging, stimulating and maintaining excellence in scholarship in the science of psychology, PSI CHI has grown to become one of the largest and most successful honor societies in the world with more than 1,000 chapters and over 735,000 members.

Inductees for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

Miranda Bragan, Vienna Canright, Erica Dimmick, Madeline Gendron, Meghan Hamilton, Madie Hayes, Avery Jacob, Brianna Jewett, Ashley Karpowicz, Sammy Knox, Olivia Kudas, Sarah Lachapelle, Kristen Lebel, Ally Lott, Kelsey Moulton, Jenna Pannone, Scott Roy, Aubrey Sahouria, Olivia Scott, Kaitlyn Silva, John Upton, Emily Williams, Sydney Wolf.

Officers Inducted for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

·       Nicole Martin, co-president

·       Aubrey Sahouria, co-president

·       Cammy Macomber, treasurer

·       Olivia Kudas, secretary

·       Kristen Lebel, communications editor


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