Psi Chi Digest #87
Read about National Election results, a reminder about the Constitutional Amendments ballot, the May 1 Awards deadline, and the Spring 2005 Eye issue in this Digest. For archives of the Digest, go here.
May 1 - Deadline for Allyn & Bacon, Erlbaum, Guilford, and Wilson Awards
May 15 - Deadline for Chapter Officer & Activity Submissions (Summer 2005 Eye)
June 1 - Deadline for Faculty Advisor Research Grants
June 1 - Deadline to Mail Constitutional Amendment Ballots
June 30 - Deadline for Chapter Annual and Financial Reports
Web Spotlight: Links to Psychology and Career Sites
ELECTION RESULTS PLUS RUNOFF IN ROCKY MTN REGION
Results are in for Psi Chi's National Council for the 2005-06 academic year. Newly elected members are as follows: President-Elect John M. Davis, Texas State University-San Marcos; Eastern Vice-President Vincent Prohaska, Lehman College, CUNY; and Western Vice-President Deana Julka, University of Portland. In the Rocky Mountain Region, there was a tie vote between candidates Eric Landrum, Boise State University, and Melanie Domenech Rodriguez, Utah State University. A runoff ballot was sent to chapters in the Rocky Mountain region to break the tie; the ballot submission deadline is May 16, 2005 (postmark).
REMINDER: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS BALLOT
Ballots and voting instructions for four (4) proposed amendments to the Psi Chi Constitution were mailed to all Psi Chi chapters. The deadline to return the ballots is June 1, 2005. Links to the proposed amendments and all opinions in support or opposition of the amendments can be found here:
MAY 1 AWARDS DEADLINE
There are only a few days left to submit for the Allyn & Bacon, Guilford, and Erlbaum Awards, and the new Kay Wilson Leadership Award. All submissions must be made online by May 1, 2005. Links to each award's submission page and more information here:
SPRING EYE ISSUE ONLINE
Articles from the Spring 2005 issue of Eye on Psi Chi are now online. If your chapter has not received its physical mailing of this publication's issue, please let the National Office know. Featured articles discuss new programs for Psi Chi, the IRB and Research, and U.S. Students Abroad. Read these articles and more online: