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TU students inducted into Psi Chi honor society

Karen Silsbee (left) of Tallahassee and Stephanie Kenyon (right) of Thomasville were both inducted into the Psi Chi national honor society in psychology during a ceremony held Thursday, April 17, in Balfour Chapel on Thomas University’s Main Campus. In order to be inducted into Psi Chi, a student must be a Psychology major with an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the upper 35 percent of their class. Other inductees not pictured include Aaron Tarpey, Morgan White, Regina Jackson and Caroline Parrish.

 

Also during the ceremony, Psi Chi members graduating in May were recognized for their achievement. Participating in the recognition were (from left) Dr. Claire Dede Avery, Chair of the Division of Counseling and Psychology; Chelsea Dolan of Thomasville; Kevin Thomas of Port Richey, Florida; Stephanie Kenyon of Thomasville; Rodney Sturkie of Anniston, Alabama; Alicia Wynn of Pavo; Burton Burt of Gainesville, Florida; and Dr. Steve DePaola, Associate Professor of Psychology. In addition to being recognized for graduation, Dolan also received the Community Service Award, and Kenyon received the Tough Enough Award for the Department of Psychology. Other graduates not pictured include Jacob Desuyo, Hiram Collins, Edward Oberschlake and Morgan White.

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