Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has joined 10 esteemed university partners who have been recognized by the Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society for producing outstanding scholars committed to contributing to development of their field(s) of study. TCSPP Washington, D.C. President Orlando L. Taylor is a founding member of the Society and received the annual Bouchet Medal for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education in 2004.

The Bouchet Graduate Honor Society commemorates the first African American to earn a doctorate degree from an American university (Physics, Yale University, 1876). One national charter with two chapters was inaugurated by Yale University and Howard University in 2005.

TCSPP is proud to have 33 doctoral students from our Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, D.C. campuses as inaugural inductees into the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society.