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Eye on Psi Chi: Spring 1998

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Spring 1998 | Volume 2 | Issue 3

Features

Involving the Undergraduate in Faculty Research

Students need the opportunity to learn and grow; faculty need to pursue their discipline and feed their teaching. How can these two goals be combined?

The Psychology of Service Learning: More Than Pavlov’s Dog

The members of the Bellarmine College Chapter of Psi Chi recommend service learning to you and your chapter.

"Secrets" to Increasing Membership and Active Involvement: Ideas From the Largest Psi Chi Chapter in the Country

Kristopher Jones hopes that these suggestions will enable your chapter to share in the same success.

Creating Titles for Presentations: Beyond the Colon

Handelsman and Palladino encourage you to use creativity and traces of humor in your titles. This way, "You might actually be able to say what you wanted in your own words."


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