Founded in 1929, Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology.
Psi Chi's purposes are to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence
in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly
in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology. Psi Chi is
an affiliate of the American Psychological Association, the American
Psychological Society, and a member of the Association of Collegiate
Honor Societies. Furman's Psi Chi chapter was established in 1971.
To be eligible for membership in Psi Chi, a student must
Be a declared major in psychology.
Have an overall grade point average of at least 3.00.
Have taken at least three psychology courses, including PSY 201.
Have at least a 3.00 overall grade point average in psychology.
Demonstrate high standards of personal conduct.
Be in the top 35% of class.
Eligible students are usually inducted in spring term.
The Furman Psychology Club is an inclusive group of students and faculty
who are interested in psychology by visiting OrgSync. Anyone is welcome to join. The Psychology
Club is primarily a student-run organization. Academic and social activities
are important aspects of this organization. Social activities are designed
to increase the feeling of community within the Psychology Department.
For example, the fall picnic provides a chance for students and faculty
to interact outside of the classroom. Academic activities are intended
to increase knowledge about and interest in psychology. For example,
a group usually attends the South Carolina Academic Day in order to
learn more about careers and graduate study in psychology. Also, each
year several speakers are sponsored. Thus, the purpose of the Psychology
Club is to encourage participation in psychology-related activities
outside of the classroom.
Thaicoon night, October, 2010
CNS, Collaborative Neuroscience Society, is Furman University's
neuroscience interest group. Join by going to OrgSync! Our goal as a club is to introduce topics
pertaining to neuroscience to the Furman community as well as to
inspire more students to enter the field of neuroscience.