Nov. 4, 2004
Seven Morningside College
students have recently been inducted into Psi Chi, the National
Honor Society in Psychology.
The students are
Annie L. Cory, Crickett A. Phelps, Alethea J. Stout, Jennifer
A. Dziurawiec, and Stephen E. George, all of Sioux
City; Tessa Rae Connor of Mapleton, Iowa; and Jacob
J. Green of Lincoln, Neb. George is a senior at Morningside.
Cory, Phelps, Stout, Dziurawiec, Connor, and Green are juniors.
Membership in Psi
Chi is awarded to graduate and undergraduate students who
are making the study of psychology one of their main interests
and who meet the qualifications. Dr. Larry Sensenig, professor
of psychology, serves as Psi Chi's faculty advisor.
Psi Chi is a member
of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate
of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American
Psychological Society (APS). Founded in 1929 at Yale University,
Psi Chi is one of the largest and most successful honor societies
in the world with more than 975 chapters located at college
and university campuses throughout the United States.