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West Virginia University at Parkersburg's Psi Beta psychology honor society recently inducted 10 new members into its chapter. Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community and junior colleges. The campus group serves as the state’s first charter chapter. Shown are inductees (seated, left to right) Susan Clift of Parkersburg; Linda Bassett of Sistersville; and Cassi Walters of Ellenboro; (standing, left to right) Carl Travis, Kelsey Weekly, A. Logan Mace, Preston Pierce, Branden Rash, and advisor Cathy Mutz, all of Parkersburg. Not shown are student inductees Michelle Hoff and Trena Moyer. Psi Beta membership is limited to students who rank in the top 35 percent, hold at least a “B” average in psychology, demonstrate a genuine interest in psychology and maintain high standards of personal behavior and integrity.
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