Psi Chi: Psychology Honor Society

logo and text: Psi Chi The International Honor Society in Psychology

 

2020-2021 PAU Chapter Board Members

President: Naeri Hakopian
Vice President: Ryan Thompson
Secretary: Tina Thach
Treasurer: Jonathan Clinkenbeard
Event Coordinator: Sheila Park
Membership Coordinator: Kevin Liu
Alumni Coordinator: Jordan Rine
Historian/Social Media Coordinator: Alex Montena
Undergraduate Representative: Adrianna De Gante

Faculty Advisor: Lisa Brown, PhD

Contact: psichi@paloaltou.edu

Mission Statement
Recognizing and promoting excellence in the science and application of psychology.

Purpose Statement
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.

Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Psi Chi is an international organization of professionals, scientists, faculty, students, and alumni whose mission is to recognize and promote excellence in the science and application of psychology. Psi Chi is committed to diversity and inclusion in all of its forms through research; clinical, community, and professional applications; education; mentorship; and organizational leadership. As scholars and practitioners in the field of psychology, we recognize the rich and nuanced factors that contribute to the expression of prejudice, including social, community, familial, and psychological processes. Findings from psychological science and related fields document numerous negative consequences to the mental health and wellbeing of individuals and communities from exposure to discrimination, whether temporary or chronic.

As an organization, we work to address all forms of hate and oppression, including racial, ethnic, and gender inequality, refugee and immigrant bias, religious prejudice, sexual harassment and sexual violence, social class marginalization, biases related to sexual orientation and gender identity, age, physical and other disabilities among many others. We believe that our mission can be fulfilled only by supporting and encouraging people of varied racial, ethnic, gender identity, sexual orientation, and social class backgrounds to both participate in conducting psychological research, education, practice, training, and service, and to recognize and value diverse people within these contexts. The scope of our organizational relevance is only as broad as the diversity of our membership and their scholarly pursuits.

Links:
Main Psi Chi Website
Psi Chi Membership Requirements
PAU Chapter Transfer Member Form
Social Media:


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