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Dr. Slater Newman is 2004 Frank Porter Graham Award Winner
by Editor - Psi Chi National Office
Congratulations to Dr. Slater Newman, former Psi Chi President (1997-98) and former Psi Chi faculty advisor (27 years), for becoming the 35th recipient of the Frank Porter Graham Award. The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina recognizes Dr. Newman for his outstanding civil and human rights advocacy. As one of the founding members of ACLU (then known as the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union), he had dedicated half a century to humanitarianism. Psi Chi, as well as many other organizations, have benefited from Dr. Newman's influence--a man who always has the best interest of mankind at heart.
Photo Caption: Dr. Slater Newman at SEPA's 50th Anniversary celebration, with Claudia Dickerson (left) and Julie Lyon (right).
Spring 2004 issue of Eye on Psi Chi (Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 46), published by Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology (Chattanooga, TN). Copyright, 2004, Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology. All rights reserved.