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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 and nurture scholarship, leadership, and service.

ALUMNI CORNER

The Pi Gamma Mu Alumni Corner was created by the Pi Gamma Mu Alumni Council so that Alumni could stay in touch with their updates, career activities, and key events in their lives.  The Alumni Council would love to include your update in next year’s July issue of the Pi Gamma Mu Newsletter.    

Please email your update to:  [email protected].  Please limit your summary to a few sentences and list “Alumni Corner” in the subject line of your e-mail.  Please be sure to list the name of your Pi Gamma Mu chapter. The Alumni Council is co-chaired by Gordon Mercer, past Pi Gamma Mu President, and Nilda Pyronneau, a past Pi Gamma Mu Student Board member.

Orlando Campbell is proud to be a member of the North Carolina Upsilon Chapter at Fayetteville State University.  He was inducted into the chapter on May 5th, 2020 during his junior year at FSU.  He graduated on May 8, 2021, and is planning on going back to FSU to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Psychology.

Donald Crenshaw was inducted into Pi Gamma Mu at the Colorado Iota Chapter at Colorado State University in 1964.  His first job after graduating was teaching World History for over two years at Scottsbluff, Nebraska.  He has also been employed by the US Civil Service Commission, Investigations from 1967 until Clinton privatization created US Investigative Services, where Crenshaw served as a Supervisory Investigator until retiring.  He currently resides in Madison, Ohio.

Dr. Henry Elonge is the Chapter Faculty Sponsor of the Georgia Iota Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu at Clark Atlanta University.   He is currently the Chair of the Master's Degree Program (Master of Public Administration) and is also the Interim-Chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. 

Terri A. Goodman was inducted to Pi Gamma Mu at the Maryland Theta Chapter at the University of Maryland Global Campus.  She graduated from UMGC in 2019 and began working as a Federal employee in 2020.  Goodman obtained a Master's in Public Health in 2021 and will begin working on a Ph.D. in Public Health in August 2022.

Nilda Pyronneau, a member of the Florida Eta Chapter at the University of South Florida now serves as co-chair with Gordon Mercer of Pi Gamma Mu’s Alumni Council, which helps select the recipient of the Pi Gamma Mu Distinguished Alumni Award that is awarded at conventions. The Alumni Council also nominates new chapters that receive invitations to establish a chapter of Pi Gamma Mu. Over 300 potential new chapters have been nominated by the Alumni Council over the past six years. 

Nilda was elected to serve on the Board of Trustees as Student Representative while attending the University of South Florida and helped establish more emphasis on diversity projects and programs for challenged youth. As an alumni member, she attends all Pi Gamma Mu Conventions and helps with programs as needed. Nilda just completed her first year of teaching 7th-grade special education in a middle school in Covington, Georgia. 

Alumni
Orlando Campbell

Elonge
Dr. Henry Elonge

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CHAPTER ANNUAL REPORTS DUE AUGUST 15

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