Students inducted into Psi Beta Honor Society

Eight students at Alfred State were recently inducted into the Psi Beta honor society, an organization which promotes interest in the study of psychology at two-year colleges. Students must have earned a 3.25 (out of a possible 4.0) grade point average, including a “B” or higher in at least one psychology course. The ceremony was conducted by Jennifer Bremser, assistant professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, and faculty adviser to the club.

Psi Beta honor society members

Pictured in photo, front row, l to r: Lisa Reynolds, Almond, nursing; Tara Hughes, Bradford, human services management; Kaytlyn Hawley, Dewittville, liberal arts and sciences: social science; Destinea Wright-Perkins, Bloomfield, human services management; Jennifer Bremser, faculty adviser. Back row, l to r: John M.L. Albrecht, Psi Beta president; Heather Williams, Hornell, human services; Aoife Patton, Belfast, human services; and Sade’ Bond, Washington, DC, human services.