Psi Chi is the national honor society of Psychology and membership is a life-long benefit for those accepted. Every year those students excelling in the field of psychology are honored in the Psi Chi induction ceremony dinner. Every year those students excelling in the field of psychology are honored in the Psi Chi induction ceremony dinner. The Loyola chapter held its annual Psi Chi induction on April 13, 2012 in McGuire Hall. Faculty co-chairs, Dr. Rachel Grover and Dr. Theresa DiDonato, were in attendance to welcome 28 new undergraduates and 22 new gradaute students into the society.
Eleanor Castine, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Victoria Crandell, Masters Clinical Thesis
Jennifer Cuzzocreo, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Katelyn Deane, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Michael Eisenberg, Masters Clinical Thesis
Cole Hague, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Stella Kamille Janell Harris, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Tranetta Harris, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Caroline Hartman, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Anne Links, Masters Counseling Thesis
Sarah McCarthy, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Dillon Nestadt, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Kosha Parekh, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Laura Patterson, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Heather Roy, Masters Clinical Thesis
Tiphanie Sutton, Masters Clinical Thesis
Kristie Sweeney, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Alexander Turowski, Masters Clinical Thesis
Jacob Weinberger, Masters Counseling Practitioner
Christina Zebrowski, Masters Clinical Practitioner
Dina Kulenovic, 1st-year Psy.D.
Devon Madison, 2nd-year Psy.D.