Psi Chi is an organization that was created in 1929 so as to inspire scholars to excel in the science of psychology. This means that if you are studying or advancing in psychology and with the right qualification, you will get the membership. Psi Chi is part of the Association of College Honor Societies and an associate of the American Psychological Association (APA). It is also an associate of the Association for Psychological Science (APS) and this is part of its success. Many students desire to join this organization but one has to have passed well in exams to join. There are students like Kyle Thomas Glasser who know the value of joining such organizations. Kyle Thomas Glasser has successfully qualified to enter in this esteemed society.
Many people are aware that University of Georgia Bulldogs are very competitive and have successfully won many challenges. They have achieved success from winning conference titles and even many championship competitions. The team has strong players and equally great coaches and this is largely the reason why they have managed 35 National Championships titles since the year 1892. The team is well-known by fans and success in their conference which has led to 130 wins in general. The Georgia bulldogs are mainly in their teams from football, gymnastics, tennis, golf, swimming and equestrian which are most successful and very competitive.
The trip that Kyle Thomas Glasser took around 2010 to countries such as Costa Rica and Nicaragua was actually a revelation for him to study more about some cultures of the western countries. Mexico as a country was particularly very important to him because of its popular historic site of the Mayan Ruins. The Mayans are reputed as the best ever known classical civilizations of Mesoamerica. They are known for developing astronomy, hieroglyphic writing and calendrical systems. They had an outstanding elaborate and well-decorated cultural architecture that in included things like temple pyramids, observatories and magnificent palaces that were built without the use of a single iron tool.