The Adams State chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, will induct the following new members, March 15:
- Keren Bakke
- AnnMarie Bennett (also to be installed as President)
- Cole Maze
- Cindy Sue Millis
- Shannon Rhodes (also to be installed as Vice-President)
- Melissa Romero (also to be installed as Secretary)
- Chelsea Walljasper
The chapter is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its charter. Over the last decade, it has inducted an average of 8 new students per year. Total membership, including graduates, is now 81.
Dr. Leslie Alvarez, professor of psychology, said since the chapter’s inception “We have seen an increase in student presentations of research at conferences and had a number of students receive regional travel grant awards from Psi Chi. A graduate, Tucker Jones, received a research grant award, and last year just before graduating Lenore Reinhart received a Psi Chi regional research award.”
Original compositions by undergraduate music students Ryan Watters and Brandi Quinn and graduate student John Brindle were premiered at the annual convention of the Colorado Music Educators Association, held at the Broadmoor in January. The works were performed by the Adams State Winds & Percussion Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Angela Winter. Read more.
Miranda Johnson, music composition student, won the Pikes Peak Flute Choir composition contest for her flute ensemble piece “Solstice Dances.” It will be premiered in Colorado Springs in May.