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QCC Psi Beta Chapter Welcomes New Inductees

January, 2019
  • QCC recent alum and past president Katie Berry (left) with Professor Valerie Clemente.
    QCC recent alum and past president Katie Berry (left) with Professor Valerie Clemente

The QCC Psychology Department inducted a new group of students into its local chapter of Psi Beta, a National Honor Society in Psychology for community and junior colleges. The new inductees included:                                       

  • Benjamin Aryeh
  • Eunice Asare
  • Kristina Hallenbrook
  • Jessica Hanam
  • Elizabeth Lopez
  • Lynette Maldonado
  • Elizabeth Milhans
  • Jessica Sands
  • Vitor Silva
  • Karen Whitmarsh

Members of Psi Beta are recognized for their academic excellence and are eligible to win Psi Beta awards and scholarships. All QCC students who have an interest in psychology, and meet the eligibility requirements are invited to apply, regardless of their program of study. The QCC Psi Beta chapter regularly meets with the Psychology Club and provides a variety of opportunities for engaging with psychology, including conducting original research, presenting research at professional conferences, hosting a guest lecture series, community service, leadership opportunities, and fundraising for mental health and other community initiatives. 

Meetings are held every other Wednesday from noon - 1:00 p.m. in the Psychology Center for Excellence (Room 321, in the Administration Building). 

Students may request induction into Psi Beta if they have a strong interest in psychology, complete one psychology course, have a minimum of a “B” average in all psychology courses with a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and have completed at least 12 credits.

To learn more contact Chapter Advisor vclemente [at] (Professor Valerie Clemente, Ed.D.)