Cameron University students inducted into Psi Chi, international honor society in psychology

The Cameron University Department of Psychology recently inducted seven students into Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology. Psi Chi’s mission is to recognize and promote excellence in the science and application of psychology. Membership is open to students who are majoring or minoring in psychology

Undergraduate students must be enrolled as a major or minor in a psychology program or a program psychological in nature, must have completed at least three semesters or equivalent of full-time college coursework, must have completed at least nine semester credit hours or equivalent of psychology courses; must have earned a cumulative GPA that is in the top 35% of their class, and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA average for psychology courses.

Graduate students must be enrolled in a psychology or closely related graduate program; must have completed at least nine semester credit hours of graduate psychology courses; must have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 in all graduate courses including psychology courses; and must meet their graduate program's requirements.

Inductees who have authorized release of their name are listed by hometown.

Altus: Rebecca Chapa

Lawton/Fort Sill: Francisco Canonicco, Enrique Hernandez Lopez, Robyn Kincade, Amy Kruscavage, Melina Ponce and Dean Thompson



April 30, 2019