Psi Chi is the largest International Honor Society in Psychology, established in 1929. The mission of Psi Chi is to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology. Membership and its many benefits are lifetime. The local chapter of Psi Chi at La Sierra University was founded in 2000, by Dr. In-Kyeong Kim, and welcomes both Psychology AND Neuroscience majors and minors!
Members of the La Sierra University chapter of Psi Chi are provided with resources and support to pursue academic, research and career interests in psychology and related fields. Our local chapter provides opportunities for community and volunteer services and we also host events throughout the year to help members and nonmembers learn more about psychology and related fields. Biweekly meetings are held in Ambs Hall — for more information contact email@example.com; all interested persons are welcome to attend these meetings!
Learn more about Psi Chi membership, including opportunities for financial awards and grants by visiting psichi.org.
La Sierra University Psi Chi Officers for the 2015-2016 academic year are:
Allen Miranda, President
Allen is a junior majoring in psychology. His future goal is to work with elementary school children. His hobbies include playing guitar, listening to music, and watching movies.
Gabby Flores, Vice President
Gabby is a junior majoring in psychology. She wants to pursue a Master's degree in MFT. Her goal is to be able to help people and serve God through her career. She loves to sing and read books.
Josephine Simorangkir, Treasurer
Josephine is a junior majoring in neuroscience. She is from Beaumont, Ca., and enjoys horror films and chocolate.
The La Sierra University Psi Chi Faculty Advisor is Dr. Shelly S. McCoy, Assistant Professor of Psychology