PGM
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.

GUEST LECTURESHIP GRANTS, 2010-2011

Sep. 13
100

Washington & Jefferson College
Mark Bender, Ph.D. student in economics at University of Pittsburgh
"Graduate School and Application in Economics"

$100
Sep. 30
50

Huston-Tillotson University
Dr. Donna Bonner, Ph.D. in anthropology, St. Edwards University
"Construction of Racial and Ethnic Identities in Belize and New Orleans"

$300
Oct. 7
200

Central Methodist University
Dr. Ralph Lee Woodward Jr., professor emeritus of history, Tulane University
"Revolution and Reaction:  Recollections & Reflections on Spanish America's Age of Revolution"

$300
Nov. 2
200

Campbell University
Scott Mason, television reporter at WRAL in Raleigh, N. C., from his TV series
The Tar Heel Traveler:  Stories from the Road

$300
Feb. 11-12
100+

Grambling University
Dr. Alpha Morris, chairperson, Department of Social Sciences, Alcorn University
Andre Aikins, operations manager of Omega Boys Club, youth counselor, motivational speaker, violence-prevention instructor
"A New Beginning of Collaboration and Promoting the Seven Ideals of Pi Gamma Mu through the Sciences and Higher Education"

$300
Apr. 15
100

Kent State University
Dr. Jack Levin, professor, Departments of Sociology and Criminology, Northeastern University; co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence & Conflict, written over 30 books and articles on hate, violence, and murder.
"Research on Crimes of Violence and Hate"

$300
Mar. 27
50

Elmira College
Dr. Alicia Swords, sociology professor at Ithaca College. 
Dr. Swords took a student group to Philadelphia and New York City for a weekend immersion program focused on a movement to end poverty
"Student Organizing and Social Change"

$300
  Total Grants: $1900
  Last Year's Grants $1800

 

 

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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE - JANUARY 30, 2011

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MEET YOUR REPRESENTATIVE

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FIRST IDEAL

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITES

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CHAPTERS IN ACTION

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CALL FOR PAPERS

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GUEST LECTURESHIP GRANTS, 2010-2011

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OPPORTUNITY FOR GIVING

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IDEALS OF PI GAMMA MU

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