Psi Beta 20th Anniversary APA 2001 web

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Commemorating 20 Years: The Past, Present, and Future of Psi Beta

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Commemorating 20 Years: The Past, Present, and Future of Psi Beta Presented at the 2001 American Psychological Association, San Francisco Amended September 2002 Co-sponsored With the APA Board of Educational Affairs

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A Brief History of Psi Beta Loren W. Cheney, PhD Community College of Rhode Island Psi Beta National President 1997-1998

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Psi Beta Emblem

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“On Golden Pond” 1981

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Charles & Diana Married 1981

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First Space Shuttle Launch 1981

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Ruth Hubbard Cousins Psi Chi Executive Officer 1959-1991 & Psi Beta Co-Founder

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Carol Tracy Psi Beta Executive Director 1981-Present & Psi Beta Co-Founder

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Jim Hail, Ph.D. McLennan Community College, TX Psi Beta National President 1981-1983

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Dr. Allan Schultz Psi Beta National President 1983-1984

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Psi Beta National Council 1993-1994 Washington, DC

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Dr. Margaret S. Martin Psi Beta National President 1984-1987

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First Psi Beta Programs at APA 1986 Dr. Margaret Martin with Dr. Paul Lloyd, Psi Chi National President & Carol Tracy, Psi Beta Executive Director

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Ann Garrett Robinson, Ph.D. Psi Beta National President 1987-1990

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1987 APA Convention B.F. Skinner With Margaret Martin, Evelyn Sandor, Carol Tracy, & Ann G. Robinson

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Psi Beta Seal

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Dr. Virginia Staudt Sexton 1916-1997

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Dr. Richard Miller Navarro Community College, TX Psi Beta National President 1990-1991

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Prof. Sandra Ladd West Valley College, CA Psi Beta National President 1991-1992 Founded Diversity Project 2000

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Carol Tracy, Psi Beta Executive Director at wall plaque that bears her name at APA Headquarters 1992

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Donald Irwin, Ph.D. Des Moines Area Community College at Ankeny, IA Psi Beta National President 1992-1993

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JoAnn Brannock, Ph.D. Fullerton College, CA Psi Beta National President 1993-1994

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Donna Stuber-McEwen, Ph.D. North Central Missouri College Psi Beta National President 1994-1995

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Handmade Psi Beta Candle Holders made by Navarro Community College

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Dr. Ann Ewing Mesa Community College, AZ Psi Beta National President 1995-1996

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Heather

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Dr. Robin Hailstorks Prince George’s Community College, MD Psi Beta National President 1996-1997

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Jerry Rudmann, Ph.D. Irvine Valley College Psi Beta National President 1997-1998

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Loren W. Cheney, Ed.D. Community College of Rhode Island Psi Beta National President 1998-1999

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Robbye Nesmith Navarro Community College, TX Psi Beta National President 1999-2000

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Psi Beta National Council 1996

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David Murphy, Ph.D. Waubonsee Community College, IL Psi Beta National President 2000-2001

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Diversity Project Project 2000 to DP2kB Tawa M. Whitco, PsyD United American Indian Involvement, Inc. & DP Alumnus 1994

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DP2kB Diversity Project 2000 & Beyond A Mentoring Program to Help Nurture the Development of Psychologists for a Global Community 1994 to the Present

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DP2kB A Cooperative Effort of the American Psychological Association (APA) The National Institutes of Health (NIH) American Association for Community Colleges (AACC) National Honor Society in Psychology for Community Colleges (Psi Beta)

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Professor Sandra Ladd, Psi Beta President, Founder & Co-Director of DP2kB, Juan Rodriguez, Psi Beta President at West Valley College and Full-Grant DP2kB student for the 2000 Summer Institute in Washington, D.C., 1992

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Co-Sponsored by the Psi Beta National Councils from1992 to the Present Summer Institutes in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C. and San Francisco

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Dr. Robin Hailstorks, Co-Director, Juliet Reyes Full-Grant Recipient, Professor Sandra Ladd, Dr. Bertha Holliday, APA’s Director of the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs, Curtis Shimamoto and Juan Rodriguez, Full-Grant Recipients, Alberto Figueroa-Garcia, APA’s Program Director for the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs. DP2kB Students in Washington DC for the Summer Institute in 2000DP2kB Administrative Staff for DP2kB with Three Full-Grant Students Washington DC Summer Institute 2000

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DP2kB Graduate Mentors

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DP2kB 1994

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DP2kB 1999

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DP2kB 1999

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The Impact on Education Jerry Rudmann, PhD Irvine Valley College Psi Beta National President 1996-1997

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Educational Development of Students Speakers and Panels

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Educational Development of Students Community Service Projects

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Educational Development of Students Promoting Leadership

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Educational Development of Students Promoting Scholarship

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Professional Dev. Of Faculty: Speakers and Panels Ruth Hubbard Cousins speakers at annual APA Innovations in Teaching Presentations at Regional Psychology Associations and APA

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Psi Beta’s Presence on the Regional and National Scene Participation in Psychology Conferences Present and former Psi Beta Council members serve on key APA committees and task forces APA Education Directorate’s Community College Working Group (CCWG) APA’s Partnership Project at JMU Division 2’s 2-Year Teacher of the Year Winners

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Psi Beta’s Growth Cumulative Number of Chapters 159 Chapters Nationwide (2001 data)

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Psi Beta’s Growth Cumulative Number of Lifetime Members Total = 17,365 Students and Faculty!

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Psi Beta’s Psychology Partnerships Ann Ewing, PhD Mesa Community College Psi Beta National President 1995-1996

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~ Partnerships ~ * Co-Founders * Psi Beta - Psi Chi * Community * National Psychology Partnerships (P3) * Community College Working Group

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Psi Beta was formed by a partnership between Carol Tracy and Ruth Cousins

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Psi Beta - Psi Chi Partnership

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Heather’s Bears Psi Beta Partnering with the Community by Providing Stuffed Animals to Agencies

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Psychology Partnership Project (P3) Psi Beta National Council members and advisors attended the National Forum on Psychology Partnerships Project held in June. Left to right are Sandy Ladd, Tonja Ringgold, Patricia Puccio, Robbye Nesmith, Shirley Clay, Beverly Burton, Martha Ellis, Tawa Witko, Ann Ewing, Susan Harris-Mitchell, Robin Hailstorks, Ken Gray, Bill Cheney, and Jerry Rudmann. Not pictured is JoAnn Brannock.

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Psi Beta Presidents Circle (made up of past presidents) partners with Psi Beta as an advisory committee to develop programs at APA, APS, and regional conventions.

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Psi Beta - Community College Working Group Partnership

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Future Directions Online Donna Stuber-McEwen, PhD Friends University Psi Beta National President 1994-1995

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Web site allows chapters to feel more connected to National Office and to each other More Online Features Online registration & merchandise orders Chapter/member/faculty advisor updates Online support Downloadable forms & graphics Faculty & student discussion boards Current news & more!

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www.psibeta.org

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www.psibeta.org

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www.psibeta.org

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advisor.psibeta.org

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member.psibeta.org

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store.psibeta.org

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Happy 20th Anniversary Psi Beta!

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