On March 31, 2012, Epsilon Pi Chapter co-sponsored a day-long research conference with the Georgia Psychological Society.  The event was held on the Valdosta State University campus and was well attended by an interdisciplinary audience from campuses throughout South Georgia.  Epsilon Pi was well represented by Dr. Anita Hufft, Dr. Linda Floyd and Dr. Brenda Dyal, all of whom presented their research during the day’s events.  Events like this are one of the benefits of membership in Sigma Theta Tau International and provide chapter members with the opportunity to not only showcase their own scholarship, but also to learn from experts in various disciplines.  All members are encouraged to participate in up-coming events and contact any of the Board members to get involved in the planning process.  Your participation is always welcome!