ESU Psychology Students Accepted into International Honor Society
Posted by: Elizabeth Richardson on May 5, 2020, No Comments
Ten psychology students were recently accepted into Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology. Psi Chi holds the distinction of being the largest student psychological organization in the world, having over 700,000 members. Psi Chi’s mission is to promote excellence in scholarship and to advance the science of psychology. The ESU chapter was founded in 1980 and since that time, hundreds of students have become members of this prestigious organization. Reneé Boburka, Ph.D. professor of psychology, and Irina Khusid, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, are the faculty advisors for this organization.
The new student members of Psi Chi for the spring 2020 semester are: Carissa Ceballo, a senior psychology major from Staten Island, N.Y.; Benjamin Cuff, a junior psychology major from Bangor, Pa.; Katelyn Marchand, a sophomore psychology major from Cresco, Pa.; Isabel Ortiz, a sophomore psychology and communication sciences and disorders double major from Tannersville, Pa.; Arianna Paige, a senior psychology major from Philadelphia, Pa.; Edward Parmer, a senior psychology major from East Stroudsburg, Pa.; Leeann Prator, a junior psychology major from Mt. Bethel, Pa,; Kadyn Salvodon, a sophomore psychology major from New York, N.Y.; Alexandria Thomas-Muhammad, a sophomore psychology major from Pocono Summit, Pa.; and Denise Yagan, a sophomore psychology major from Mt. Pocono, Pa.
For more information, contact Dr. Reneé Boburka at firstname.lastname@example.org.