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It is not to late to get involved with Camp Rainbow Gold!!! It is an amazing community service opportunity!
If you are interested in helping us make this event the best it can be, please contact (Stacie, [email protected]).
Please come and help out this amazing charity and earn your Psi Chi points! For more information about Camp Rainbow Gold, please visit: http://www.camprainbowgold.org/
camprainbowgold.org Experience the magic of what happens when people come together to create emotionally empowering experiences for Idaho children diagnosed with cancer and their families.
Hello again Psi Chi and friends!
November is here and it’s time for our next meeting! We are teaming up with APS to bring you up to speed with the Boise State Psychology Department. We will start things off with a short presentation from our newest faculty member, Dr. Matthew Genuchi, and follow that up with some valuable information on TA and RA positions within Boise State. We hope to see you there at 12:15pm on Thursday, November 17 in E636!
We will also be collecting items for our first community service event with the WCA, so if you plan to participate, please bring your new or gently worn women and children’s clothing, or non-perishable food items. You can earn a maximum of 3 points for this event, but any extra donations are always appreciated! You can participate (and earn points) in the following ways:
Donating non-perishable food items (1 point per 2 food items)
Donating new or like-new clothing items (1 point per large item, such as a coat; or 1 point per 3 small items, like gloves or socks)
Students who are unable to donate items at this time will have opportunities to participate in other ways, so keep your eyes open for a message from our Community Service Co-chair, Stevy Scarbrough. If you have any questions regarding the donation drive, please contact Stevy ([email protected]), or any of your Psi Chi officers.
Take care and hope to see you at the meeting!!!!
[11/10/11] Hello Psi Chi and friends! As some of you may have noticed the website has been under construction. Please feel free to let any of your officers know if any of the hyperlinks on the website are not working or if anything needs to be fixed! Take care!
Hello Psi Chi and friends!
Thank you to everyone who attended our October General Meeting. Hopefully it gave you the chance to discover what you can do to make the most of your time here at BSU, and helped prepare you for life after graduation. Those who were not able to attend (or those who want a review) can check out our meeting notes, and pick up a "Graduation Checklist" from our Psi Chi bulletin board on the sixth floor of the Education building. For a copy of the October meeting notes, please visit the psi chi website! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact any of your Psi Chi officers.
Until next time, take care and do your best!
[09/04/11] Our first General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 15 at 4:40PM in E636. We will be discussing important changes to Psi Chi, voting on two amendments, and gathering information to find out what YOU want from Psi Chi this year. Please visit our official website at bsupsichi.org for more information!
[08/03/11] Alright everyone! It's time to get the ball rolling for Fall! Psi Chi and APS will be hosting an information table about our clubs from 10am-2pm on August 23rd (on the quad) and 25th (in the plaza between the MP and Education buildings). Come show your support and pick up a free personality quiz!
[08/03/11] We've got a fantastic new website for Boise State Psi Chi! It will be used along with this page. Go check it out at bsupsichi.org and post what you think!
New Class starting on EVERY 1ST Tuesday of the month CALL (208) 378-5800 To Enroll Now!!! Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm Sun and Mon: Closed
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Recreational and Competitive Gymnastics and Educational Preschool
Professional Piano and Vocal Training. NFMC member. Private lessons. National Festivals, Competitions, Solo performances, Recitals and Musicals.
The classroom lessons are designed to provide an in-depth understanding of how to be a confident, safe, and defensive driver.
The Boise State Mathematics Club is committed to promoting mathematics and its intrinsic beauty. We love math and want to tell you why.
Pre-Engineering Classes offered at Boise High School
We offer private lessons for acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, double bass, and piano.
The Boise State Refugee Alliance consists of creative members whose work reflects an awareness and support to the refugees at Boise State University.
Ranked as 13th among top Undergraduate Engineering Programs in the nation by US News and World Report in its "Best Colleges 2013"
Boise Classical Academy offers a curriculum both classical and dynamic, combining a faith-based foundation with the best the Classics have to offer.