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.

SPECIAL REQUEST

In 1995, JSTOR began building a comprehensive digital archive of important scholarly journal literature.  This company digitizes complete journal runs, back to the first issue published, and creates exact replicas of the original printed pages, issues, and volumes in digital form.  This will ensure the preservation of the intellectual content of these journals.  The Pi Gamma Mu board of trustees has signed a contract with JSTOR and shipped every complete journal in our headquarters to JSTOR for archiving purposes of International Social Science Review (formerly Social Science).  There are some journals that are missing from headquarters, and we would like your assistance in locating the missing back issues.  Would you check your copies of our journal or ask your library if they have any of the missing issues?  We would be pleased to recognize you in the newsletter and on our Web site should you locate any lost journal.  Missing issues are as follows:

  • Volumes 1 – 4 (1925-29)
  • Volume 5, #1 (1930)
  • Volume 5, #3 and #4 (1930)
  • Volume 6, #1 (1931)
  • Volume 6, #3 (1931)
  • Volume 8, #3 (1933)
  • Volume 12, # 3 and #4 (1937)
  • Volume 13, #2, #3, and #4 (1938)
  • Volume 14, #1 and #3 (1939)
  • Volume 15, # 2 and #3 (1940)
  • Volume 16, #2, #3, and #4 (1941)
  • Volume 35, #1, #2 and #4 (1960)
  • Volume 37, #2 and #4 (1962)
  • Volume 38, #1, #2 and #3 (1963)
  • Volume 39, #2 and #3 (1964)
  • Volume 44, #1 (1966)
  • Volume 45, #1, #2, #3 and #4 (1970)
  • Volume 46, #3 (1971)
  • Volume 47, #1, #2, #3, and #4 (1972)
  • Volume 48, #2, #3 and #4 (1973)
  • Volume 49, #1, #2 and #3 (1974)
  • Volume 50, #1 and #2 (1975)

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS

Anytime you move, such as after graduation, please notify the Pi Gamma Mu office immediately. This will prevent your mailings from being interrupted or discontinued. The International Social Science Review is returned to us by the post office, which is an additional expense for headquarters to absorb. Just mail a change-of-address card, post card, or letter; send an E‑mail message (executivedirector@pigammamu.org); or go to our Web site (www.pigammamu.org/contact.html) to inform us of your address information. We need your name, as well as your old and new address. Thank you very much for taking a few minutes to keep your information current.

Mailing address: Pi Gamma Mu, 1001 Millington, Suite B, Winfield, KS 67156.

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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE - JANUARY 30, 2011

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PI GAMMA MU CELEBRATES MERCER'S LEADERSHIP

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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VIEW FROM THE PODIUM

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CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER

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OPPORTUNITY FOR PROFESSORS

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SHADOW PRESIDENT UPDATE: Four More Years

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CHAPTERS IN ACTION

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SPECIAL REQUEST: International Social Science Review

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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITES

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CALL FOR PAPERS

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PI GAMMA MU SOLICITS YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT

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IDEALS OF PI GAMMA MU

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