Pi Alpha Alpha: The Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration

Melissa W.
What does a content specialist, media director, government affairs director, and a publicist have in common? They’re all members of public affairs teams, and likely members of the honor society, Pi Alpha Alpha!

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American Academy of Chefs Honor Society

Melissa W.
It’s Thanksgiving Day! The day we stuff our faces with an incredible amount of food leaving leftovers to last us for days! It’s a time when everyone shows off their cooking and baking skills, but only some are lucky to spend the day with a true scholar of food: a member of the American Academy of Chefs honor society!

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Omicron Delta Kappa: The National Leadership Honor Society

Melissa W.
Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States and it is shaping up to be the most important election in many voters' lifetimes. When Americans head to the polls on November 3rd, 2020, they’re looking to elect a leader. Omicron Delta Kappa is no stranger to leadership -- it’s in their name! ODK is The National Leadership Honor Society.

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Kappa Delta Pi: The International Honor Society in Education

Melissa W.
All across the globe, teachers are shifting how they teach students amid the current Covid-19 pandemic. Virtual, in-person, or hybrid, teachers are doing everything they can to ensure their students are actively learning while in the safest environment possible -- and that comes with a lot of challenges! Many of these teachers are members of Kappa Delta Pi: The International Honor Society in Education.

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Sigma Pi Sigma: The Honor Society of Physics

Melissa Woelflein

Looking for a career as an astronomer? Sigma Pi Sigma is for you! Founded in 1921 at Davidson College in North Carolina, Sigma Pi Sigma honors students excelling in physics, many of whom move on to careers as clinical scientists, geophysicists, astronomers, meteorologists, and research scientists. 

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Phi Tau Sigma: The Honor Society for Food Science & Technology

Melissa W.
The colder weather has us wanting to eat soups, stews, and everything roasted! While the majority of us gravitate toward foods that look, smell, and taste good, there’s a select group who dive deeper in the biological and chemical makeups of all types of consumables: food science students! Phi Tau Sigma celebrates the students who excel in food science and technology.

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Delta Tau Alpha: The Honor Society for Agriculture

Melissa W.
Piggybacking a bit on our spotlight of Pi Alpha Xi and the study of horticulture, Delta Tau Alpha goes in a bit of a different direction, recognizing students studying agriculture and the science of practicing farming.

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Wondering How to Winterize Your Plants? Ask a Member of Pi Alpha Xi!

Melissa W.
We last talked about the changing seasons and stormy weather celebrated by meteorology students of Chi Epsilon Pi, but if you’re wondering how to prepare your lawn and protect your plants for the upcoming dip in temps, you should ask a member of Pi Alpha Xi!

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Honor/Spirit Cords for Causes Spotlight: National Bullying Prevention Month

Melissa W.
We talk a lot about our graduation cords and the honor societies that use them, but many graduates choose to wear cords that represent important causes. Each month we will explore popular causes and their corresponding cord colors. This month, we’re spotlighting National Bullying Prevention Month.

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Campus Organization Memberships of Mike Pence and Kamala Harris

Melissa W.
We really only hear about Vice President Mike Pence and vice presidential hopeful Kamala Harris' political stances (for clear reasons), that it’s hard to envision them once as students, walking through campus, attending classes, and participating in college organizations, but we wanted to think back to a time before their successful public service careers. Tonight, we’re spotlighting Phi Gamma Delta of which Mike Pence is a member and Alpha Kappa Alpha of which Kamala Harris holds membership.

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