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.



 Barry D. Friedman

First Vice President
 XC. Laurence "Larry" Heck

Second Vice President
 XClara Small

 XJanet Adamski

Regional Chancellors
(Vote for your region only)

Chancellor of Southeastern Region
If your chapter is in AL, FL, GA, KW, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV, vote here
 XSusan Kinsella

Chancellor of North/Northwestern Region
If your chapter is in IA, IL, IN, MN, ND, NE, OH, OR, SD, WI, vote here
 XJanice Monti

Chancellor of Northeastern Region
If your chapter is in CT, DC, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, VT, vote here
 XYongsheng Wang

Chancellor of South/Southwestern Region
If your chapter is in AR, CA, CO, HI, KS, MO, NM, OK, PH, TX, vote here
 XCharles W. Hartwig

Chapter                                          School

Signed _________________________________________________

Each chapter should return its official ballot no later than September 30 to Sue Watters, Executive Director, Pi Gamma Mu, 1001 Millington, Suite B, Winfield, KS 67156

Each active chapter is entitled to one vote in the election of international and regional officers of Pi Gamma Mu. These votes must be cast by sending your ballot to headquarters no later than September 30, 2011. They will be counted on October 6, 2011, by an outside accounting firm. According to the Pi Gamma Mu Constitution, the chapter president is to consult with the chapter’s members and cast that vote. To facilitate the procedure, the international office will mail a ballot marked “official” and a letter of instructions to each president in care of the faculty sponsor who usually corresponds with headquarters. Please note that the address to which ballots should be mailed is: Sue Watters, Executive Director, Pi Gamma Mu, 1001 Millington, Suite B, Winfield, KS 67156.

The ballot as printed here is not official. In this edition of the newsletter, we wish to introduce you to the candidates, whose brief biographies and campaign statements are shown below. If, for any reason, your chapter's official ballot is not received or available, the chapter president may print out and write on this one “Official” and send it to headquarters.

Your chapter's vote is important! Election results will be announced during the triennial international convention in October, and in the November edition of the Pi Gamma Mu Newsletter.


for President

Barry D. Friedman

Professor of Political Science
Coordinator – M.P.A. Program
North Georgia College & State University, Dahlonega, Ga.
M.B.A., M.P.A., Ph.D. – University of Connecticut
A.S.E., B.A., B.S.E. – University of Hartford

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Founding secretary‑treasurer of Georgia Kappa Chapter, 1994 to present
International first vice president, 2005 to present
Convention-committee chairman and/or local host for four international conventions (2002, 2005, 2008, and 2011) and two regional conventions (1999 and 2002)
Book-review editor, International Social Science Review (2002-2008)
Chancellor of Atlantic Region, 2002‑2005
Vice chancellor of Atlantic Region, 1999‑2002
Governor of Georgia, 1995‑2002


Member of Pi Sigma Alpha’s national Executive Council, 2004‑2008
Founding executive director, NGCSU Council of Honor Societies, 1995‑2009
Member of Alpha Chi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Pi Alpha Alpha
NGCSU Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award, 1997 and 2002
Author of one monograph, one book chapter, four refereed articles, and other nonrefereed publications


For the past 6 years, I have served as Pi Gamma Mu’s first vice president and worked to the best of my ability to support and assist Dr. Gordon E. Mercer in his extraordinary efforts as our international president. Some of the manifestations of my volunteer work are the Pi Gamma Mu Listserv, which I set up and maintain; the greatly expanded content of Pi Gamma Mu’s Web site, resulting from an ambitious 1½‑year effort that I directed; and the historical and news sections of the international membership directory, which I edited. I took notice of Dr. Mercer’s commitment to Pi Gamma Mu’s success and to the high quality of its impressive array of services, and embraced his determination to make Pi Gamma Mu an honor society in which every member can take pride. I am humbled to be nominated to succeed Dr. Mercer, and pledge to always be guided by his unique example and demanding standards.

for First Vice President

C. Laurence "Larry" Heck

Professor of Sociology
Newman University
Ph.D. University of Southern California
B.A., M.A. Wichita State University, Wichita, Kans.

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Member since 1974
Faculty Sponsor of Kansas Theta Chapter from 1984-96 and 2002 to present
Chapter placed on Roll of Distinction or Merit several times during these years.
Vice Chancellor of South Central Region from 1987-96.
Secretary-Treasurer of Board of Trustees from 1996-present.
Active participant in regional meetings and Triennials at Tampa, Birmingham, Omaha, San Antonio,
Wichita, Atlanta, Nashville, and Atlanta. Chairman of the 75th Anniversary Triennial in Wichita.


Faculty member in Sociology at Kansas Newman College/Newman University since 1973.
Service in administrative roles as:
Director of the School/Division of Social Sciences 2007-present
Social Science Department Chair 1984-87, 2001-2007
Director of Financial Aid 1986-90
Humanities and Social Science Division Chair 1990-94
Title III Coordinator 1993-98
Director of Planned Giving 1994-1998
Active in community through work with United Way, Music Theatre for Young People, and Wichita Women’s Initiative Network.
Recipient of Teaching Excellence Award in 1986.
Recipient of Honorary Alumni designation in 1993.
Recipient of Newman Medal (for service to the university) in 2005.
Recipient of Pi Gamma Mu Faithful Service Award in 2005.


The concept of honor societies in general and the existence of Pi Gamma Mu in particular are especially important to me. First as an invited member, then as a chapter sponsor, a vice chancellor, and international secretary-treasurer, the society has played a significant part in my academic life. Through my sponsorship of our chapter, I have been able to help students gain recognition for their academic achievements and explore opportunities for service to humanity. More recently, as secretary-treasurer, I have been able to participate in sound stewardship of society resources, to keep the trustees informed of the status of investments, and to monitor these for the society. As first vice president, I look forward to working in general with chapter development and supporting the initiatives for activation and reactivation of chapters. I believe that strong chapters will contribute to the preservation of our great Pi Gamma Mu heritage and provide for a secure future. I have enjoyed my work for Pi Gamma Mu and look forward to continuing.

for Second Vice President

Clara L. Small

Professor of History
Salisbury University
Salisbury, Md.
Ph.D. – University of Delaware
M.A. – St. John’s College, Santa Fe, N. M.
M.A., B.A. – North Carolina Central University

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Organizer and co-advisor of Maryland Gamma chapter - , 1983-2011, many times on the Pi Gamma Mu honor rolls
Chancellor of Northeastern Region- 1992-2011
Panelist at many Pi Gamma Mu meetings and Triennials
Pi Gamma Mu Awards Committee member - ,1996-2011
Chairperson of the Regional Chancellors

Other Activities:

Former Co-advisor for Phi Alpha Theta, history honor society
Former Phi Alpha Theta Paper Prize Committee member, 1993-1999
Former advisor/organizer – Salisbury University branch of NAACP
Former advisor - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Former advisor-Black Student Union (now Union of African American Students)
Former member of Speakers Bureau for the Delaware Humanities Forum
Former member of Scholar-in-Residence for the Delaware Humanities Forum
Former Discussion Scholar for the “Let’s Talk About It” Series on Delmarva
Former Corresponding Secretary of the Princess Anne Chapter of The Links, Inc.
Former Historian and Member of the Thomas E. Polk, Sr., chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers; wrote and received a grant from the Community Foundation of Eastern Shore to conduct a week long Buffalo Soldier Youth Workshop for 3 years.
Co-Founder of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Series, through which the community is invited to hear SU faculty members, staff members, students, and community members share their research, experiences, insights, and interests on a variety of topics.
Former member of the Board of Directors of Pemberton Hall.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Edward Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture.
Member of the Consortium of Doctors (COD)

Honors and Awards:

Henry Luce Foundation Fellow, St. John’s College (1971-1974)
Outstanding Educator of America, 1975
Outstanding Young Woman of America Award, 1977
NEH Fellow, Duke University, 1991
Honoree---Community Service Award from the Wicomico County Commission for Women, 1996
NEH Fellow, Chesapeake Regional Scholars Summer Seminar in African American Studies, University of Virginia, 1997
Commissioner, Commission to Coordinate the Study, Commemoration, and Impact of Slavery’s History and Legacy in Maryland, 2001 to present
Recipient of Pi Gamma Mu’s Faithful Service Award, 2005
Recipient of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents Award for Public Service, 2005
Recipient of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore’s Frank H. Morris Humanitarian Award, 2005
Recipient of the Lower Eastern Shore Heritage Tee O’Conner Professional Award for the preservation Of Oral History and African American History and Culture, 2007
Recipient of the Sturgis One Room School Museum’s Merit Award, 2008
Recipient of the Salisbury University Alumni Association’s Service Award, 2010
Recipient of the State of Maryland Harriet Ross Tubman Life Time Achievement Award, 2011
Commissioner, Maryland Commission of African American History and Culture, (2011-2015)


“Men of Color, To Arms!” Manumitted Slaves and Free Blacks from the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland Who Served in the Civil War, co-authored with Rev. David Briddell. (2010)
Reality Check: Brief Biographies of African American on the Delmarva Peninsula (1998, was placed in schools and libraries throughout the lower Eastern Shore.)


“Abolitionists, Free Blacks, and Runaway Slaves Surviving Slavery on Maryland’s Eastern Shore,” in A History of African Americans in Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore, 1997.

Special Projects:

Research on the history of African Americans on the Delmarva Peninsula, using oral history and official documents (local and state).


I was inducted into Pi Gamma Mu in 1968 at North Carolina Central University. That represents nearly 50 years of association with this august society. Pi Gamma Mu has and always will have a special place in my heart. The seven ideals of Pi Gamma Mu are the same ideals I have incorporated into my life and my professional activities. Pi Gamma Mu is a vehicle by which I encourage my students to become better students and citizens and it is still the best means by which to honor excellence in the social sciences.
It has been my absolute pleasure to have served as chancellor of the Northeastern region since 1992. Being the chancellor has afforded me the opportunity to visit many campuses in order to conduct site visits, to meet administrators, faculty members, students, and some of their parents/guardians at inductions and to be of service to their chapters. Therefore, I would like to thank each of you for your support in the past and I hope that this level of cooperation continues in the future.

for Secretary-Treasurer

Janet Adamski

Professor of Political Science
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
M.A. Ph.D., University of Virginia
B.A., University of Texas

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Member since 2006
Faculty sponsor of Texas Zeta 2006-present, with chapter meriting Roll of Distinction placement and two Pi Gamma Mu scholarship winners during chapter sponsorship.


Faculty member at UMHB since 2005
Service in administrative roles as:
Coordinator, Political Science Program
Member and Secretary, Curriculum Committee
Member, Institutional Effectiveness Committee
Member, Student Union Planning Committee
Member, Student Development Committee
Member, International Programs Awareness and Support Committee
Sponsor, Political Science Association

Service to discipline as:

Board member, President and (now) immediate past President Southwest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS)
Active member, International Studies Association
Active member, European Union Studies Association
Active member, World Affairs Council of Greater Dallas


Two co-authored books, one co-edited book, and various chapters, articles, and entries in encyclopedia covering international affairs and economics.


Pi Gamma Mu’s work breathes life into the words of its mission statement through its support of excellence in higher education and scholarly research and dissemination. Thus, Pi Gamma Mu encourages and celebrates values and characteristics that are more important than ever, given rising international interactions and accompanying uncertainty. Pi Gamma Mu and its members foster the pursuit of knowledge that derives from careful, open-minded, and rigorous pursuit of the truth, linked to goals of peace, prosperity, tolerance, and individual fulfillment, helping to reduce that uncertainty and to make those interactions more valuable to all.

Seeing the incentive that our local Pi Gamma Mu chapter offers to students, to do well enough academically to be invited to join, is heartening. Being able to serve such an effort at the organization’s international level would be a privilege. Given this important work, I am honored that members of Pi Gamma Mu would consider me for their secretary-treasurer. If elected, I would use the position to play a larger role than I can as chapter sponsor, to promote Pi Gamma Mu’s positive work, by continuing to ensure the organization’s sound financial status, timely financial reporting and full transparency. My background in economics, as well as my years of experience as a board member for the international academic group SCOLAS, would help me to contribute to Pi Gamma Mu as secretary-treasurer. I appreciate your consideration and welcome the opportunity to serve Pi Gamma Mu in this way.

for Chancellor of South/Southwestern Region

Charles W. Hartwig

Professor of Political Science
Arkansas State University
Jonesboro, Ark.
M.A., PH.D. - University of Kentucky
BA - Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
Other: University of Minnesota; Universität Hamburg [Germany]

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Sponsor or Co-Sponsor of Arkansas Beta chapter at Arkansas State University for some 30 years.
Governor of Arkansas Province 1975-2008.
Chancellor, South/Southwestern Region, 2008 to date
Pi Gamma Mu site inspector for several new proposed chapters in Missouri and Arkansas. [An earlier promising effort to establish a new chapter in Liberia was halted by the outbreak of civil war. A recent effort to establish a chapter in Hong Kong is still pending. ]


Peace Corps Volunteer in Liberia, 1965-67
Hospital Administrator, rural church-related hospital in Kenya, 1969-70
Assistant Professor, Slippery Rock State College [Penn.], 1971-73
Fulbright Professor, Cuttington University College [Liberia], 1985-86
Model UN sponsor/organizer/instructor, 37 years
Political Science Department Chair, 10 years
Numerous articles, book chapters, reviews, etc. published—mostly on African topics
Past President [and other positions], Arkansas Political Science Association
Faculty Professional Service award, ASU, 1997-98
Lion of the Year awards, Jonesboro University Heights Lions Club, 1996-97 and 2006-07
Francis Asbury Award for fostering United Methodist Ministries in Higher Education. North Arkansas Conference, 1999.


After serving my first term as a chancellor, I am honored to be re-nominated for the chancellorship of my region, and look forward, if re-elected, to working with the other Pi Gamma Mu officers at the international, regional, state, and campus levels to promote the goals of our honor society. As discipline-specific honor societies have proliferated, the integrative and interdisciplinary nature of Pi Gamma Mu can be increasingly helpful in reminding us that we (including alumni) are all part of a larger picture. The social sciences will continue to play a key role in helping us meet the challenges - from local to global - of the 21st century.

for Chancellor of Southeastern Region

Susan Kinsella

Chair Department of Human Services
Saint Leo University,
Saint Leo, Fla. / Savannah, Ga.
Ph.D. Fordham University, New York
M.S.W., Marywood University, Penn.
B.S.W., Pennsylvania State University

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Governor of Georgia 2009-2011
Faculty Sponsor of Georgia Chapter, Brewton-Parker College 2001 - 2011
Faculty Advisor of Georgia Chapter, Saint Leo University 2011


Published article, “University/Community Partnerships: Educating Human Service and Social Work Students in Service Learning”
Published article, “A Comparative Cross-Discipline Study of Traditional and Nontraditional College Students”
Published article, “Administrative Models in Profit and Non-Profit Child Care Agencies”
Authored several book and journal reviews, curriculum materials for publishers, content for a book chapter, and other articles
Recipient of Helen’s Haven Children’s Advocacy Program Community Service Award 2009
Recipient of Southern Organization for Human Services President’s Award in Human Services 2008
Member, Board of Directors, St. Mary’s Home, Savannah. Ga. 2008-2010
Executive Officer, Southern Organization for Human Services 2006-2008
Member of Advisory Board for Sociological Outlook, Rowman & Littlefield Collegiate Press 2005
Recipient of Brewton-Parker College’s Outstanding College Professor Award 2003
Liberty County, Georgia Kiwanis Club Community Service Award 2003
Membership Chairperson, Georgia Council on Child Abuse 1999-2002
Georgia Southern University Outstanding Contribution Award 1999
Elected to Florida State Committee for National Association of Social Workers 1997
Appointed to Florida Attorney General’s Committee on Distribution of Crime Funding, United Way 1997
Penn. Business and Professional Women’s Association Young Careerist Award 1983
Northeast Woman Award 1981


I am honored to be nominated to serve as the chancellor of the Southeastern Region for Pi Gamma Mu. I can think of no better way to encourage our students to reach their potential than to offer them the opportunity to join Pi Gamma Mu and continue demonstrating their excellence in academic activities. As a faculty advisor and sponsor of Pi Gamma Mu for many years, I have seen students work hard to earn better grades so they could become a member of Pi Gamma Mu and be recognized for their achievements. They are eager to carry on Pi Gamma Mu’s tradition of scholarship, research, leadership, and service. As the chancellor of the Southeastern Region, I will advocate for our honor society to become recognized by our region’s colleges and universities as the prestigious international organization it is and to encourage the growth of new chapters as well as to strengthen the chapters that currently exist.

for Chancellor of North/Northwestern Region

Janice Monti

Professor and Chair,
Department of Sociology and Criminology
Director, Blues and the Spirit Symposium
Dominican University, River Forest, Ill. 60305
M.A., Ph.D, Sociology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ont., Canada
B.A., Social Communication, University of Ottawa, Ont., Canada

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Faculty Sponsor of the Illinois Kappa Chapter, Dominican University, 1983-Present


Chair, Steering Committee on Diversity (2010-2011), Dominican University
Member, Planning Committee (2001-Present), Dominican University
Member, Diversity Committee (2001-2003), Dominican University
Member, Steering Committee for Visioning and Planning (2001), Dominican University
Member, Assessment Committee (2001-2003), Dominican University
Chair, Presidential Inauguration Committee (1994), Dominican University
Task Force on Multiculturalism (1992-1996), Dominican University
Member, Multicultural Affairs Advisory Committee (1997‑present), Dominican University
Dominican University Faculty Trustee (1990‑1994)
Member, Presidential Search Committee (1993-1994), Dominican University
Search Committee for Director of Admissions (1984), Dominican University
Faculty Moderator of Sociology Club (1981-Present), Dominican University
Chair, Board of Directors, Third World Conference Foundation (2002-2008)
Board of Directors, Third World Conference Foundation (1985-2008)
Member, American Sociological Association, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Third World Conference Foundation.
Associate Member of the National Academy of Recording Arts
Editorial Board Member of Third World Perspectives (1988‑2006)
Recipient of the Sister Mary Clemente Davlin Diversity Leadership Award, Dominican University, 2008
Diversity Grant Recipient, Dominican University for support for the Blues and the Spirit Symposium, May 22-24, 2008
Major Grant Recipient, Illinois Humanities Council for support for the Blues and the Spirit Symposium. May 22-24, 2008
Inaugural Diversity Grant Recipient, Dominican University, for research project on the musical and racial heritage of the Mississippi Delta, 2003
Recipient of the Third World Conference Foundation Commemorative Award for Social Justice Education, 1999
Recipient of the 7th U. S. Congressional District Outstanding Educator Award presented by Illinois Congressman Danny K. Davis, 1998
Recipient of the Rosary College Excellence in Teaching and Leadership Award, 1990
Cited among 100 Women to Watch in 1990 by Today’s Chicago Woman
Recipient of the Mother Evelyn Murphy Excellence in Teaching Award, 2011 and 1987
Organize and conduct experiential learning opportunities for university students and members of the general public that explore the racial and musical heritage of the Mississippi Delta, through 5-day study tours (2002-Present)
Founder and Director of the Blues and the Spirit Symposium, a biannual conference on the legacy of Blues and Gospel Music


The Illinois Kappa Chapter at Dominican University (formerly Rosary College) has been in existence since 1952, and we are one of the largest and oldest active honor societies on campus. As the faculty moderator, I have been able to draw upon my teaching and research interests in the social sciences in general, and in popular culture, racial identity, and social change in particular to recruit students from a variety of majors and backgrounds into the honor society, working with our most academically gifted students to appreciate the value of social-scientific analysis in the contemporary world. Because of my long-standing interests in diversity programming and multicultural education, the Illinois Kappa Chapter has been active in helping to organize speakers and programs for Hispanic Heritage Month, Women’s History Month, and the annual MLK Jr. commemoration. Pi Gamma Mu inductees have served as conference interns and assistants at the Blues and the Spirit Symposia and the Women and Gender Studies Conference. The strong interdisciplinary, integrative, and global foci of this honor society reflect my personal and professional pedagogical philosophy, and I look forward to being able to help formulate policy and programming that reflect the values and mission of Pi Gamma Mu.

for Chancellor of Northeastern Region

Yongsheng Wang

Assistant Professor of Economics
Director of Financial Economics
Washington and Jefferson College
Washington, Penn.
M.A., Ph.D. Texas Tech University
Business Management, Qingdao University, China

Pi Gamma Mu Service:

Founder of Pennsylvania Alpha Omicron Chapter at Washington and Jefferson College (W&J).
Faculty Sponsor and Chair of Faculty Advisory Board for Pennsylvania Alpha Omicron Chapter at W&J 2008 – Present
Roll of Distinction Award, Pi Gamma Mu, 2010


Founding director of Financial Economics Major at W&J
The Innovation and Development Award (Faculty and Student Research), W&J, 2011
Advisor Grant on Social Responsibilities, Association of College Honor Societies, 2009-2010. (Six advisors are awarded nationwide.)
Course Development Institute Grant, Duquesne University and the Forbes Fund, 2010
Initiate Social Science Club at W&J (focusing on Interdisciplinary Learning), 2010
Faculty Advisor for Social Science Club, 2010-Present
Radio Show-“Coffee with Economists” on WNJR radio, 2010-Present
Invited Panel Presentation on International Liberal Arts Education, the Annapolis Group Conference for presidents from selected liberal arts colleges, Annapolis, Md., 2010
Teagle Grant Team on High Impact Practices on Higher Education, 2009 - 2010
The Entrepreneurial Award (Faculty and Student Research), W&J, 2007, 2008, 2010
Radio Interview by “W&J World Journey” program of WNJR Radio, 2007
Announced as Graduate Highlight on the Website of Texas Tech University (TTU) with Individual Portrait, 2005
Graduate School Banner Bearer for the August 2005 Commencement Ceremony of TTU
Outstanding Doctoral Graduate Part-Time Instructor Award by the Graduate School of TTU, 2005. (Ten instructors are awarded.)
Invited to the 2nd U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium in Washington D.C., 2004.
Outstanding Performance of Teaching Award by the Economics Department of TTU, 2004
Member of American Economic Association, Eastern Economic Association, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Financial Executives International, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, ASIANetwork, Kiwanis International


I fell in love with the ideal of Pi Gamma Mu when I first got to know it. When I found out that there was no presence of Pi Gamma Mu at Washington and Jefferson College, I decided to establish a chapter. With the great support from headquarters and our regional chancellor, the chapter of Pi Gamma Mu has been a success on the W&J campus. I am looking forward to promoting the same ideal across campuses in the region and continuing the great tradition of Pi Gamma Mu.



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