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Psi Chi

Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929. BSC has an active chapter of Psi Chi, and membership is open to dedicated students who meet the qualifications. For more information about Psi Chi and membership qualifications, please contact Dr. Heather Meggers (hmeggers@bsc.edu) and visit the website: http://www.psichi.org/about/becomember.aspx. Here is a picture of the one of the Psi Chi induction ceremonies.

Psi Chi Induction Ceremony, Fall 2010

Psi Chi Induction Ceremony, Fall 2010
Top row from left: Garrick Hoffman, Lauren Linsky, Shin Xu, William Temple, Ameet Bosmia, Sarah Carper
Bottom row from left: Spencer Lenzie, Melissa Fetterer, Kelly Lansden, Taylor Phillips
Not pictured: Faris Pacha, John Michael Falligant, Katie Sack, Katie Bates, Mili Boozer, Linda Amaya,
Haley Johnson

Psychology Club

The students of Birmingham-Southern College have established the Birmingham-Southern Psychology Club. It is a society that consists of undergraduate students whose interests lie in the academic field of psychology. It emphasizes the campus interest in psychology, dissemination of psychological knowledge, and promotion of greater understanding of the function of psychology in the world today. The purpose of this society is to function as a fraternizing organization for undergraduate students who share interest in the field of psychology, to address misconceptions of psychology and psychological related issues in the campus and Greater Birmingham Communities, and promote the interest of psychology through interactive and enlightening academic events. For more information about the BSC Psychology Club, please contact Dr. Heather Meggers (hmeggers@bsc.edu) and visit the BSC Psychology Club Facebook page.