Students Compete In Psychology Quiz Bowl
Nine Limestone students competed in the South Carolina Psychology Association’s “Psychology Quiz Bowl” competition in Columbia recently and tied for second place.
The students attended the morning symposium on “The Psychology of Racism,” then participated in the afternoon “Academic Day” activities.
Dr. Phillips-Meek served as one of the panelists for a graduate school/careers in psychology workshop, and then psychology students from schools across South Carolina competed in the quiz bowl.
The host team from USC won the competition and Limestone tied for second with Lander University.
The Limestone students pictured here are (left to right): Jessica Diederich, Emily Montgomery, Javon Woodard, Eden Christopher, MacKenzie Sanders, Sean Corcoran, Julianna Meyer, Rachel Wrenn, and Dylan Lavner.