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Eye on Psi Chi: Fall 1996


Fall 1996 | Volume 1 | Issue 1


The "Personal" Side of Graduate School Personal Statements

When a graduate admissions committee representative reads your personal statement, they want to know you as a person!

Emotional Beatitudes

Dr. Obiakor writes about turning anger into love in the wake of his father's passing. He says, "Some of our circumstances are beyond our control. However, we can control our reactions to our emotions.

Getting Your Chapter Online: Optimizing E-Mail

Dr. Hull encourages chapters to create an email account. Then, he explains how information can be quickly and easily forwarded to all members.

An Ode to Experienced Faculty Advisors: The Reflections of a New Advisor

This article explores the many benefits a chapter may gain due to the presence of faculty who have remained committed to the organization.

Testing, Testing: A, B, C, D, None of the Above

In their very first column article, Handelsman and Palladino tell a few jokes about multiple choice exams. They conclude with an impossible, yet hilarious, practice test of the ages.

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