Monday, March 5, 2012
Sunday, January 22, 2012
As a returning executive board member and the Vice President of Psi chi, Sabrina works closely with the president and other members to plan and execute events to enhance the experience of psychology majors at George Mason. Specifically, she focuses on extending scholarly opportunities to the members of Psi Chi.
Kalkidan (Kali) Shebi
I was born and raised in Ethiopia but now I live in Arlington, VA. I am a senior majoring in Psychology and minoring in conflict analysis & resolution with a concentration in interpersonal conflict. I want to pursue graduate school in Industrial Organizational Psychology/Human resource. I was inducted in Psi Chi spring of 2011. I am currently the secretary for Psi Chi. My role as the secretary entails taking notes on discussed topics during our meetings and checking/sending emails plus any other responsibilities that may come up depending on the need.
Hi all! My name is Christine Harchick and I am currently the treasurer of Psi Chi. Besides the obvious fact that I'm a Psyc major, I am also a senior and getting ready to graduate in the Spring. I have a minor in Tourism and Events Management and hope to one day be working at a university, in direct involvement with students. University Life/Students Affairs has so many dynamics, but I just love working with my peers. We are so excited to be planning lots of fun events for the Psyc department!
Dr. Hurley is the coordinator of the advising office for the undergraduate psychology program at George Mason University. He has been an administrative faculty member since joining the psychology department in 1993. Dr. Hurley also teaches in the undergraduate program, and has served as the faculty advisor for the GMU chapter of the Psi Chi honor society since 2004.
Dr. Hurley was the first recipient of George Mason University’s Academic Advisor of the Year award in 2005. He was also nominated for the university’s Faculty Member of the Year award in 1996 and the Teaching Excellence award in 2007.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
INVITED SPEAKER PRESENTATION
SPEAKER: E. DIANE CHAMPÉ - CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE S.M.E.
TITLE: “TRAUMA THROUGH THE LIFE SPAN”
A SURVIVOR OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE SHARES HER STORY OF HOPE
DATE: November 14, 2011
TIME: 4:30 PM
LOCATION: Meeting room B - 3rd floor of the Johnson Center
In her presentation, Ms. Champé shares her personal history as a victim of emotional, mental, physical and sexual child abuse during the first 21 years of her life. Ms. Champé was a former Strategic Planner on the Regional Vice President’s staff at a Fortune 20 company until the memories of her child abuse resurfaced causing her problems that resulted in being fired two years from retirement with no severance pay and no benefits. After 23 years of therapy and 5 hospitalizations, she has recovered and now dedicates her time to speaking out about child sexual abuse. Ms. Champé has given her presentation to notable professionals in the field of child abuse, legislators, and law enforcement officials. Ms. Champé has established the E Diane Champé Institute – a nonprofit to provide safe havens for adult survivors.
NOW SHE IS COMING TO OUR CAMPUS TO SHARE HER STORY WITH US . PLEASE JOIN US FOR THIS COMPELLING AND IMPORTANT
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PSI CHI
“Presented in such a professional manner, your speech was compelling and truly gripped everyone in the room. As you so aptly said, ‘homeland security begins in the home and we must fight domestic terrorists.’ Your speech is an effective weapon in that fight. We appreciate your support and your dedication to eliminating child abuse.”
Bootsie HumenanskyPresident – Washington Area Chapter Childhelp USA
Friday, September 16, 2011
2. Drive approximately .40 miles on Ox Road to intersection with West Drive
3. Turn left on West Drive.
5. The park pavilion/picnic shelter can be seen straight ahead when entering the parking lot.