|The Eastern Region|
The Eastern Region
Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Republic of Ireland, Egypt, Russian Federation.
Latest Regional News
10/10/2019: See Dr. Fallon's Fall Letter to the Eastern Region.
06/03/2019: Join Psi Chi in Boston, MA, for the EPA Convention on March 12–14, 2020.
05/23/2019: Read an article with Psi Chi’s 2019 EPA Distinguished Lecturer called “You See Race, But Do You Want to Talk About It? With Jennifer Richeson, PhD."
Regional VP Fun Fact
Dr. Fallon's hobby is music. She says, "I’ve been singing in choirs since high school. I even met my husband in choir. I sing in The New England Chamber Choir and take voice and piano lessons. I also like reading and exercising— especially yoga." See more fun facts!
The research team of the Buffalo State College (SUNY) Chapter present their research study examining predictors of GPA.
2020 EPA Convention
March 12–14, 2020
Thank you to everyone who made Psi Chi’s programming at EPA 2019 a great success! While we wait for more details about EPA 2020, you are encouraged to:
Regional Research Awards
As the name implies, the Eastern Regional Research Awards are only open to members of Psi Chi chapters included in the region. There are 16 research awards available to members of chapters in the Eastern region. Here are some resources to help you get started:
Regional Travel Grants
There are lots of good reasons to consider attending the EPA convention—especially if you’ve got some great research to share. Psi Chi encourages members to take advantage of the opportunity to go by offering regional travel grants. If you plan to attend EPA, apply for a Psi Chi travel grant.
Regional Chapter Award
As you may have gathered, the Eastern region of Psi Chi has some great stuff going on. Chapters throughout the area are doing important research, serving their communities, and generally behaving like model psychology students. Naming just one chapter to receive the Regional Chapter Award each year is tough, but if your chapter is doing outstanding work, apply! After all, you can’t win if you don’t apply.
Regional Faculty Advisor Award