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PSI CHI DIGEST
#247
| April 16,
2015

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In This Edition of the Digest
• Unrestricted Travel Grants
• What's Your Problem?
• Psi Chi at May 2124 APS Convention
• Share a High Five With GEICO
• Free Princeton Review Practice Test
Mark Your Calendar

The last weeks of the semester are upon us! Congratulations to all upcoming graduates; please order your graduation regalia early and remember to keep your e-mail up to date at psichi.org after graduation. Happy finals!
—The Psi Chi Board and Staff


Unrestricted Travel Grants
Psi Chi members presenting at an upcoming convention are invited to apply for one of our Unrestricted Travel Grants, each worth up to $1,500! A total of eight student and three faculty grants will be awarded by lottery to applicants who meet eligibility requirements until all available funds are distributed. These grants only apply to conventions that are not funded by Psi Chi Regional Travel Grants (i.e., EPA, MPA, RMPA, SEPA, SWPA, and WPA). Submit your application by May 5, 2015.

What's Your Problem?
The Winter Issue of Eye on Psi Chi is available online. The feature article, "What’s Your Problem?” by Dr. Shawn R. Charlton and Tiffany Wierzbicki, will help you identify a “problem” in the field of psychology that you can become passionate about. Other articles include our Distinguished Lecturer series, a message from our President, four columns, and chapter activities.

Individuals looking for a “problem” to solve may also review Eye on Psi Chi Chapter Activities (see page 25). This section of each magazine includes a vast collection of community service projects, meeting topics, and other ideas submitted by chapters all around the world. In addition, advisors and designated officers are invited to submit their own chapter activities for potential publication.

Psi Chi at May 21–24 APS Convention
Plan to attend Psi Chi’s APS program in New York City. Psi Chi Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Elizabeth Phelps (New York University) will speak about using extinction and emotion regulation to control fear via inhibitory signals from the prefrontal cortex to the amygdala. Also, Psi Chi research posters will be presented throughout the APS poster sessions. Join your fellow Psi Chi members—register HERE today!

Share a High Five With GEICO
Did you know that April 16 is National High Five Day? You’ll be more excited to share a high five than ever when you see how much you could save with your special Psi Chi discount on GEICO auto insurance. Simply visit HERE or call 1-800-368-2734 to complete your quote, and you’ll be high fiving in no time! Make sure to mention your Psi Chi membership; just requesting a quote will give $12 back to Psi Chi.

Free Princeton Review Practice Test
Enter HERE to win a free practice test with tutoring consultation for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, or MCAT. The winner will also receive a 1-hour online tutoring consultation from a Princeton Review test prep expert (a $300 value).

Mark Your Calendar
Division 52/Psi Chi Travel Grant—April 30, 2015
MPA Convention—April 30–May 2, 2015
WPA Convention—April 30–May 3, 2015


 

 


With each edition of the Digest, you get important news,
announcements, and upcoming convention information from the Psi Chi Central Office.

 

 

Past Issues:

Digest #246
Digest #245
Digest #244
Digest #243
Digest #242
Digest #241
Digest #240




 

 

 

 

 

 

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