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Melissa Mejia, editor

HPU Psi Chi chapter earns regional awards

Psi Chi, the HPU chapter of the National Honor Society of Psychology, attained “Model Chapter” status for the first time last year, and this year it received the Psi Chi Regional Chapter Award for Western Region schools. Chapter members will receive a plaque at the 2009 Western Psychological Association Convention in Portland, Oregon, and a check for $500 from the National Council for Psi Chi. In addition, chapter advisor Dr. Brian Metcalf received the Psi Chi Regional Faculty Advisor Award and will also receive a check for $500 and a plaque at the WPA convention.
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Students organize Peer Advocate group

Have an issue or a question and don’t know where to turn for answers?
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Aloha from President Wright

The academic year began with two new deans leading HPU colleges that have close ties to the local business community: Business Administration and Communication. I will have more to say about Dr. Steven Combs, the new dean of Communication, in the next Kalamalama. This week I want to highlight some of the innovations brought to the College of Business Administration by its new dean, Dr. Charles Steilen. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

It is interesting to me how many folks wander around with their ears dialed in to headsets, ear phones, or blue teeth. I always wonder what kind of music they are listening to, or who they are talking to. If we have something stuck in our ear, we are never alone, and in some small way we are connected to something of value. Being “connected” is important our life and culture. [More]

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