PHI ALPHA THETA
At New Mexico State University, Phi Alpha Theta serves a dual purpose as the local chapter of the national honor society and as the History Graduate Student Organization (GSO).
Involvement with the History GSO does not require official membership to the national organization, but is strongly encouraged for furthering one's professional development. As an honor society, Phi Alpha Theta requires that students have a high GPA in their history classes. Each student must have at least 12 credits in history, with a GPA above a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) at the undergraduate level and above a 3.5 GPA at the graduate level. If a student meets these requirements, then they are accepted into the international history honor society of Phi Alpha Theta.
For more information on the national organization of Phi Alpha Theta, see link in the sidebar.
Jeanna Rodriguez-Lawson, President
Julie Wojtko, Vice President
Annie Muirhead, Treasurer
Andrea Severson, Secretary
Dr. Margaret Malamud, Faculty Adviser