Carnegie Mellon University

Psi Chi

April 25, 2017

Psi Chi Honor Society Inducts 21 CMU Students

By Emily Stimmel

Twenty-one Carnegie Mellon University students with primary or additional majors in the Department of Psychology were inducted into Psi Chi this spring. Psi Chi was founded in 1929 with a mission to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology.

The students join more than 700,000 members of the international psychology honor society, whose membership includes such notable figures as B.F. Skinner and Elizabeth Loftus.

2017 Psi Chi Inductees:

Lisa Carter, Psychology
Yoobin Chee, Psychology
Amy Chen, Psychology
William Crouch, Neuroscience and Psychology
Yashitha Jeet, Mathematical Sciences (Operations Research and Statistics) and Psychology
Jared Jory-Geiger, Psychology
Andrea Kang, Cognitive Science
Jane Kogan, Biological Sciences and Psychology
Jonathan Kim, Biological Sciences and Psychology
Nahyun Kwon, Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction
Lillian Lee, Music Performance and Psychology
Felix Liu, Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction
Grace Lynch, Psychology
Zeyneb Majid, Psychology
Sean Moore, Cognitive Science; Statistics and Machine Learning
Gates Palissery, Neuroscience and Creative Writing
Timothy Pham, Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction
Christopher Rudmann, Biological Sciences and Psychology; Health Care Policy and Management
Mikahla Vicino, Psychology
Thomas Serban von Davier, Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction
Stephanie Youn, Biological Sciences and Psychology