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Phi Alpha Theta

International Honour Society in History
Zeta Eta Chapter
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Founded in 1921 at the University of Arkansas, Phi Alpha Theta has as its primary purpose the recognition of exemplary work by college and university history majors. It is the largest college honor society devoted to a single discipline, with 725 chapters in the U.S. and abroad. Zeta Eta chapter was founded at Louisiana State University in 1956.

To qualify for membership according to the criteria established by the national council, undergraduate students must meet certain conditions.

Qualifications for Membership:

APPLICATION FORMS:

To apply for membership, contact Prof. Stephen Andes in the Department of History:

sandes@lsu.edu

578-6669

Membership Benefits:

Phi Alpha Theta also awards numerous prizes and scholarships for its members, including:

Headquarters Office:
University of South Florida
SOC 107, 4202 E. Flower Avenue
Tampa, FL 33620-8100
Ph: 813-974-8212 or 800-394-8195

Fax: 813-974-8215
Homepage: http://www.phialphatheta.org/
E-mail:
phialpha@phialphatheta.org

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