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Oregon Tech Psi Chi – The International Honor Society in Psychology

Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology. Founded in 1929, Psi Chi’s purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship, and to advance the science of Psychology.

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International Recognition
Psi Chi provides international recognition to outstanding members for ongoing academic excellence and the valuable contributions they make to their communities and the field of Psychology.

Chapter Membership
Members enjoy a lifetime of opportunity, from access scholarships and grants, attendance at professional conferences, and up-to-date important information in the field! Membership can be noted on members’ employment applications, resumes, and curriculum vitae, and is recognized by various graduate programs and employers.

Expand Your Network
With over 1000 chapters nation-wide, Psi Chi is one of the largest honor societies in the North America. Since its inception, Psi Chi has inducted over six hundred thousand lifetime members within the United States and Canada. Famous members include B. F. Skinner and Philip Zimbardo.

Oregon Tech Psi Chi Membership

The Psi Chi chapter at Oregon Tech is an altruistic group with goals of providing volunteer services to various local agencies and resources and education for ambitious students of Applied Psychology. Chapter membership facilitates interaction amongst students with similar interests and provides the opportunity to develop one-on-one relationships with professors.

Membership is limited to the top 35 percent of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, but activities and events benefit all students enrolled at Oregon Tech! Members participate in exciting fundraising events, with funds used to sponsor philanthropic activities, to establish chapter scholarships, and to reward students’ academic achievements.

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Daisy Tapia, President

Meet this year’s Psi Chi President! Daisy is a senior at Oregon Tech, originally from Macdoel, California. This Spring she will receive her B.A. in Psychology with an emphasis in human services. Daisy hopes to become a board certified assistant behavior analyst and attend a master’s program in the future. In her spare time she enjoys, reading, hiking, shopping, and spending time with her dear Chihuahua. She hopes to make new friends through Psi Chi and be able to help students connect with professors who can put them on the correct path to success.


Jazmine Lebsack, Vice President

Jazmine was inducted in 2014 and is the current Vice President of Oregon Tech Psi Chi. She is actively involved on campus, serving as the Vice President of Psychology Club. Jazmine is seeking a Bachelor of Science in the Applied Psychology Program and hopes to graduate in the Spring of 2016.

Amy Loukus

Amy Loukus, Faculty Advisor

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A member since 2006 and past-Chapter President at Western Michigan University, Amy enjoys working with talented students to expand opportunities for applied experience, to inspire new ways of enhancing the undergraduate experience, and to foster interests in graduate training upon graduation. Amy is a board certified behavior analyst and Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology who seeks to inspire new ideas and opportunities for growth in the Klamath Basin. Students may benefit from her diverse training experience and her genuine interest in student success!

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