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Phi Alpha Theta is dedicated to the professional, educational and personal development of its members through promoting and providing intellectual and social activities for individuals with a common interest in history.
Please complete the Application for Membership and mail it with the initiation fee of $65 ($70 for faculty) and unofficial copies of all college transcripts to:
Phi Alpha Theta
ATTN.: Abbie Harlow
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
Arizona State University
PO Box 874302
Tempe, AZ 85287-4302
E-mail Iota Gamma chapter president: Abbie Harlow
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Iota Gamma chapter members are eligible to vote for two awards honoring History professors. Please read the award descriptions below and once you've decided on the best instructor for each award, click the email link to submit your vote. Please include the full name of the professor that you choose, and sign with your full name. Only one vote per student will be counted.
L. Christian Smith Teaching Excellence Award
Chris Smith began his teaching career at Arizona State University in 1971. From that time forward, he has left an indelible imprint on generations of students. He has received at least eight awards in recognition of his contributions to student learning. He also served as Phi Alpha Theta’s faculty advisor for over twenty years. Phi Alpha Theta created the L. Christian Smith award to honor professors who are similarly committed to excellence in teaching.
E-mail Smith.firstname.lastname@example.org with the full name of the professor that you feel should win this award.
Noel J. Stowe Graduate Mentor Award
Over the course of 41 years of academic service, Noel Stowe chaired more than fifty dissertations and theses and placed many of his students in academic and professional careers. His students remember him as encouraging, accessible, and challenging. As head of Graduate Studies, Stowe created the Public History program and expanded master’s and doctoral offerings. Phi Alpha Theta created the Noel J. Stowe Graduate Mentor Award to honor like-minded professors in memory of his passing.
E-mail Stowe.email@example.com with the full name of the professor that you feel should win this award.