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Eye on Psi Chi: Winter 2005


WINTER 2005 | Volume 9 | Issue 2


International Students at U.S. Universities

International students face many challenges in adjusting to their new environment. These challenges may have an impact on their academic success and psychological well-being.

Promoting the Purpose and Mission of Psi Chi Through Undergraduate Research

This includes a brief history of Psi Chi, how research impacts former students, and how faculty can motivate students to engage in research.

Psi Chi and STP: Partners by Chance and Circumstance

Over the years, overlapping interest in psychology students has created an informal relationship between Psi Chi and STP. This is a challenge to foster a more deliberate partnership in the field.

The Curriculum Vita: A Student's Guide to Preparation

The curriculum vita (CV) is a comprehensive listing of one's professional, academic life. In this article, Dr. Landrum constructs a student CV with in-depth instructions on its major sections.

Evaluation of Process and Outcome of Active Learning: The Undergraduate Experience

McKenna, Finn, and Ossoff share practical suggestions for implementing an effective senior thesis and explain the role of a faculty member in guiding the student research process.

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