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International Honor Society in Social Sciences
The mission of Pi Gamma Mu® is to encourage and promote excellence in the social sciences and to uphold the ideals of scholarship and service.

MAKE YOUR CHAPTER A "Pi Gamma Mu Star"

VoteBecome a Pi Gamma Mu Star Chapter by increasing your chapter's number of new initiates by 20% or more as compared to the previous academic year.

Increasing your chapter's membership helps Pi Gamma Mu accomplish its mission to encourage and recognize superior scholarship by extending the benefits of membership to more eligible students.  It is the collection of the lifetime membership fees from new members that sustains Pi Gamma Mu and we ask for your continued support in this area.  Increasing membership will also benefit more of the high performing students at your school with opportunities for scholarships, publications, networking, and more.  Increase your chapter's number of new initiates by 20% or more as compared to the previous academic year and we will send you a Pi Gamma Mu Star plaque and will recognize your chapter in the Pi Gamma Mu Newsletter and on our website.  Our fiscal year ends on August 31.

To see how many students your chapter initiated in 2016-17, see the 2016-17 Membership Report in this newsletter. 

2016-17 Star Chapters

*Arkansas Delta, Southern Arkansas University, Paul Babbitt
California Omicron, Mount Saint Mary's College, Jane Crawford-Muratore
Connecticut Alpha, Trinity College, Nicholas Woolley
*Delaware Beta, Wilmington University, Johanna Bishop
Georgia Rho, Reinhardt University, M. Katrina Smith
Illinois Kappa, Dominican University, Janice Monti
Illinois Pi, McKendree University, J. L. Kemp
Indiana Epsilon, Valparaiso University, Daniel Saros
*Kansas Alpha, Southwestern College, Carrie Lane and Jacob Goodson
*Kansas Kappa, Central Christian College, Jamie Sparks
Kansas Lambda, Wichita State University, Sheryl Chapman
*Maryland Epsilon, Coppin State University, Elias Taylor
Maryland Theta, University of Maryland University College, Katherine Im
*Massachusetts Beta, Regis College, Kathryn Edney
*Massachusetts Delta, Wheelock College, Marcia Folsom
Massachusetts Epsilon, Springfield College, Richard Davilla, Camille Elliott
Michigan Gamma, Siena Heights University, Julieanna Frost
*Mississippi Eta, Alcorn State University, Antrina Bell
Mississippi Theta, Blue Mountain College, Stewart Bennett
*Missouri Delta, Lindenwood University, Donald Heidenreich, Jr.
Missouri Kappa, Central Methodist University, Kristin Cherry, John Carter
*Nebraska Delta, Wayne State College, Randy Bertolas, Jean Karlen
*New Hampshire Beta, Saint Anselm College, Tauna Sisco
*New York Gamma, Plymouth State University, Karen Porter
New York Iota, Mercy College, Dorothy Balancio, Marla Moulton
New York Lambda, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Heath Bowen
New York Mu, Dominican College, Christopher Libertini
New York Omicron, Long Island University Post, Anke Grosskopf
*New York Sigma, LeMoyne College, Jeffrey Chin
New York Tau, Pace University, Linda Quest
*New York Alpha Gamma, Siena College, Ausra Park
*North Carolina Alpha, Elon University, Rene Zito
North Carolina Epsilon, Appalachian State University, Marian Williams
North Carolina Xi, North Carolina Wesleyan College, Jay Quinan
North Carolina Tau, Winston Salem State University, Okori Uneke
*North Carolina Upsilon, Fayetteville State University, Kofi Johnson
Ohio Epsilon, Baldwin Wallace University, Liya Wang
Ohio Eta, Kent State University, Clare Stacey, Brooke Long
Oklahoma Zeta, Northeastern State University, Benjamin Kracht
Pennsylvania Alpha Epsilon, University of Scranton, Christie Karpiak
Pennsylvania Alpha Xi, Wilson College, Kay Ackerman
South Carolina Theta, University of South Carolina – Aiken, Douglas Kuck
South Carolina Iota, Claflin University, Patricia Koger
South Carolina Nu, Allen University, Marta Washington
South Dakota Zeta, Presentation College, Brad Tennant
Tennessee Zeta, Middle Tennessee State University, Karen Petersen
*Texas Zeta, University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Janet Adamski
Texas Omicron, West Texas A & M University, John David Rauch, Jr.
*Texas Psi, Huston-Tillotson University, Michael Hirsch
**West Virginia Beta, Fairmont State University, Charles Shields
West Virginia Zeta, Glenville State College, Arthur DeMatteo
West Virginia Eta, Bethany College, Gary Kappel

*Chapters have obtained Star status two times.
**Chapters have obtained Star status three times.
Note: The Star Chapter program was started in 2014-15.

 

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