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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.

CHAPTER INITIATION REPORT

These are our Pi Gamma Mu chapters that submitted membership-initiation forms to the international office during our fiscal year from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2013.  The numbers indicate number of initiates.

State/Country Chapter, Institution, Adviser(s) No. of
Initiates
ALABAMA

Delta, Troy University, Robert Burroughs

Alabama Eta, Athens State University, Prentice Chandler

2

5

ARKANSAS

Alpha, Ouachita Baptist University, Doug Reed (Gov., Ark.)

Arkansas Beta, Arkansas State University, Rollin Tusalem, Charles Hartwig (Chancellor, S/SW Region)

Arkansas Delta, Southern Arkansas University, Paul Babbitt

Arkansas Zeta, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, David Briscoe

7

3

15

5

CALIFORNIA

Epsilon, Holy Names University, Charlie Sarno

California Kappa, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Dorothy Wills

California Xi, University of LaVerne, Gitty Amini

California Omicron, Mount St. Mary's College, Jane Crawford-Muratore

California Pi, University of California-Irvine, Teresa Neighbors

6

18

11

10

26

COLORADO

Epsilon, Colorado College, Dana Wittmer, Jenn Sides

Colorado Theta, Adams State College, Edward Crowther

41

14

CONNECTICUT

Alpha, Trinity College, Andrew Flibbert

Connecticut Beta, University of Bridgeport, Beth Skott

40

4

DELAWARE

Alpha, Delaware State University, Sam Hoff

Delaware Beta, Wilmington University, Johanna Bishop

41

27

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Alpha, Catholic University of America, Sandra Barrueco, Cynthia King *
FLORIDA

Eta, University of South Florida, John Napora, Janet Monroe

Florida Theta, Barry University, Lisa Konczal

Florida Kappa, Warner University, Erica Sirrine

Florida Zeta, Florida State University, Robert Crew

Florida Lambda, St. Leo University, Laura Reyes, Susan Kinsella (Chancellor, SE Region)

Florida Mu, Bethune-Cookman University, Manuel DeLeon

3

24

3

123

37

17

GEORGIA

Epsilon, Shorter University, Jill Borchert

Georgia Eta, Savannah State University, Davida Harris

Georgia Theta, Valdosta State University, James Peterson, Debra Holley

Georgia Kappa, University of North Georgia, Barry Friedman, Kathleen Dolan

Georgia Mu, Emmanuel College, Seth Parry

Georgia Nu, Armstrong Atlantic University, José da Cruz

Georgia Xi, Brewton-Parker College, Vance Rhoades

3

19

34

16

7

2

8

ILLINOIS

Gamma, Bradley University, Darcy Leach

Illinois Kappa, Dominican University, Janice Monti

Illinois Xi, Elmhurst College, Brenda Forster, Michael Lindberg

Illinois Omicron, Benedictine University, Kelly Kandra

Illinois Pi, McKendree University, J. L. Kemp

Illinois Rho, Eureka College, Richard Sanders, Wesley Phelan

14

28

30

32

51

19

INDIANA

Alpha, University of Evansville, Mari Plikuhn

Indiana Epsilon, Valparaiso University, Jaishankar Raman

Indiana Zeta, Indiana Wesleyan University, David Bartley

15

19

8

KANSAS

Alpha, Southwestern College, Carrie Lane, Pam Olney

Kansas Eta, Baker University, Tim Buzzell

Kansas Theta, Newman University, Larry Heck

Kansas Iota, Emporia State University, Darla Mallein

Kansas Kappa, Cental Christian College, Lenny Favara

Kansas Lambda, Wichita State University, Sheryl Chapman, Carolyn Shaw

6

8

52

10

6

125

KUWAIT Alpha, America University of Kuwait, Christopher Ohan *
LOUISIANA

Alpha, Louisiana Tech University, Taylor Mack

Louisiana Epsilon, Southern University, Shawn Comminey

Louisiana Eta, Grambling State University, Frances Staten (Gov., La.)

Louisiana Iota, Dillard University, Robert Collins

10

2

11

7

MARYLAND

Beta, McDaniel College, Christianna Nichols Leahy

Maryland Gamma, Salisbury University, Clara Small

Maryland Epsilon, Coppin State University, Elias Taylor (Gov., Md.)  

Maryland Eta, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Junior Hopwood

Maryland Theta, University of Maryland University College, Katherine Humber

29

58

20

*

105

MASSACHUSETTS

Beta, Regis College, Malcom Asadoorian

Massachusetts Delta, Wheelock College, Marcia Folsom

Massachusetts Epsilon, Springfield College, Richard Davila, Camille Elliott

12

9

54

MICHIGAN Gamma, Siena Heights University, Julieanna Frost 6
MISSISSIPPI

Delta, Delta State University, Alan Barton

Mississippi Eta, Alcorn State University, Antrina Bell

Mississippi Theta, Blue Mountain College, Stewart Bennett

16

22

3

MISSOURI

Delta, Lindenwood University, Donald Heidenreich, Jr.

Missouri Zeta, Missouri Valley College, Tiffany Bergman

Missouri Theta, Maryville University-St. Louis, Kent Bausman

Missouri Iota, Hannibal LaGrange College, Mark Quintanilla, Dean Schoonover

Missouri Kappa, Central Methodist University, Kristin Cherry, John Carter (Gov., Mo.)

Missouri Mu, Park University, Timothy Westcott, Katie Werth

Missouri Omicron, Evangel University, Lew Hall

27

22

19

7

15

15

18

NEBRASKA

Delta, Wayne State College, Randy Bertolas, Jean Karlen

Nebraska Epsilon, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Elizabeth Dahl, Loree Bykerk (Gov., Neb.)

Nebraska Eta, Bellevue University, Patrick Artz

24

18

13

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Beta, St. Anselm College, Tauna Sisco

New Hampshire Gamma, Plymouth State University, David Starbuck

50

17

NEW YORK

Beta, Elmira College, Jim Twombly

New York Gamma, Alfred University, Robert Myers

New York Theta, Keuka College, Regi Teasley

New York Iota, Mercy College, Dorothy Balancio, Marla Moulton

New York Lambda, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Heath Bowen

New York Mu, Dominican College, Anthony Troncone

New York Nu, St. Joseph's College, Barbara Morrell

New York Omicron, C. W. Post/Long Island University, Anke Grosskopf

New York Pi, Hofstra University, René Caputo

New York Tau, Pace University, Linda Quest, Gregory Julian

New York Phi, Nazareth College, Virginia David

New York Alpha Gamma, Siena College, Jean Stern

40

7

11

56

24

1

10

18

2

29

17

22

NORTH CAROLINA

Alpha, Elon University, Bernard Curry

North Carolina Delta, North Carolina Central University, Carlton Wilson

North Carolina Epsilon, Appalachian State University, Kathleen Simon (Gov., N. C.)

North Carolina Iota, Johnson C. Smith University, Deborah Carter Quick

North Carolina Kappa, Salem College, David Foley

North Carolina Lambda, Western Carolina University, Sheilah Moyle, Gordon Mercer

North Carolina Mu, Campbell University, Lloyd Johnson, James Martin

North Carolina Nu, St. Andrews University, David Herr

North Carolina Xi, North Carolina Wesleyan College, Jay Quinan

North Carolina Pi, Saint Augustines College, Elizabeth Fournier

North Carolina Tau, Winston-Salem State University, Okorie Uneke

North Carolina Upsilon, Fayetteville State University, Kofi Johnson

North Carolina Chi, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Paulina X. Ruf

North Carolina Omega, Livingstone College, Toni Sims-Muhammad

141

6

102

20

15

69

70

7

5

6

10

7

11

10

OHIO

Epsilon, Baldwin-Wallace College, Liya Wong

Ohio Eta, Kent State University, Will Kalkhoff

Ohio Theta, Ohio University, Luis Clemente

37

10

6

OKLAHOMA

Zeta, Northeastern State University, Benjamin Kracht, Billy Jo Davis

Oklahoma Theta, Oklahoma Baptist University, Timothy McCollum

45

5

PENNSYLVANIA

Alpha, Grove City College, Tracy Miller

Pennsylvania Gamma, Susquehanna University, Baris Kesgin, Traci Crone

Pennsylvania Kappa, Mansfield University, Janice Purk

Pennsylvania Lambda, California University of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Larsen, Elaine Johnson

Pennsylvania Mu, Franklin and Marshall College, Alan Glazer

Pennsylvania Pi, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Sarah Wheeler

Pennsylvania Sigma, Ursinus College, Joseph Melrose

Pennsylvania Psi, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, Marvin Thomas

Pennsylvania Alpha Epsilon, University of Scranton, Christie Karpiak

Pennsylvania Alpha Zeta, Widener University, Lori Simons

Pennsylvania Alpha Eta, Marywood University, Brian Monahan

Pennsylvania Alpha Lambda Graduate, Lincoln University, Jernice Lea, Shirley Quillen

Pennsylvania Alpha Nu, Holy Family University, Stephen Medvec (Lt. Gov., Penn.)

Pennsylvania Alpha Xi, Wilson College, Kay Ackerman

Pennsylvania Alpha Omicron, Washington & Jefferson College, Yongsheng Wang (Chancellor, NE Region)

25

20

10

12

36

2

9

7

15

20

13

39

4

6

31

PHILIPPINE Alpha, University of the Philippines, Eliseo De Guzman, Maria Luisa Camagay, Ofelia R. Angangco (Gov., Philippine Islands), Elizabeth Ventura (Gov., Asia/Pacific) 203
SOUTH CAROLINA

Gamma, Winthrop University, Jeannie Haubert

South Carolina Theta, University of South Carolina-Aiken, Douglas Kuck, Barbara Johnson

South Carolina Iota, Claflin University, Patricia Koger

South Carolina Nu, Allen University, Marta Washington

18

9

24

*

SOUTH DAKOTA

Alpha, Dakota Wesleyan University, David Mitchell

South Dakota Zeta, Presentation College, Brad Tennant

17

8

TENNESSEE

Zeta, Middle Tennessee State University, Janice Leon

Tennessee Eta, East Tennessee State University, Dorothy Dobbins

Tennessee Lambda, Cumberland University, Rick Bell

Tennessee Mu, Martin Methodist College, Doris Wossum-Fisher

30

27

7

16

TEXAS

Zeta, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Janet Adamski

Texas Eta, Texas State University-San Marcos, Dennis Dunn

Texas Omicron, West Texas A&M University, Roy Thoman

Texas Rho, Howard Payne University, Robert Mangrum

Texas Tau, Texas Wesleyan University, Elizabeth Alexander

Texas Upsilon, University of Houston-Downtown, Melissa Raymundo

Texas Phi, Texas A&M University, Rachel Hull

Texas Psi, Huston-Tillotson University, Michael Hirsch

19

28

41

3

59

25

31

11

UTAH Gamma, University of Utah, Gina Shipley 21
VERMONT Beta, Norwich University, Aimee Vieira 4
VIRGINA

Delta, Emory & Henry College, Jack Roper, John Morgan

Virginia Epsilon, Radford University, Sharon Roger Hepburn

Virginia Zeta, University of Mary Washington, Bradley Hansen

9

42

33

WEST VIRGINIA

Beta, Fairmont State University, Charles Shields

West Virginia Epsilon, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Robert Rupp

West Virginia Zeta, Glenville State College, Arthur DeMatteo

West Virginia Eta, Bethany College, Gary Kappel

West Virginia Iota, American Military University, Carolyn Tardaro, Amanda Wilson, Allison Knox (Gov., W. V.)

37

5

6

8

298

WISCONSIN Alpha, Marquette University, Richard Jones (Gov., Wisc.) 8

Total Members: 255,301       Chapters: 147       New Members: 3,729 

* Members were initiated but money was not received by end of fiscal year. 

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