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Phi Eta Sigma Distinguished Service Award Nominations Period Open

How to Nominate Candidates for Distinguished Service Awards

ATTENTION CHAPTER OFFICERS: The Executive Committee of Phi Eta Sigma invites you to nominate your experienced chapter adviser or another worthy individual for the Distinguished Service Award. Statute VIII of the Constitution and Laws outlines the qualifications and procedures.

Qualified candidates may be Phi Eta Sigma members, chapter advisers, Executive Committee members, or national office staff members who have given loyal and devoted service to the Society for a period of five years or longer. The Executive Committee will select award recipients from among duly nominated candidates.

To nominate a candidate, email a letter of nomination explaining why the candidate deserves a Distinguished Service Award. For a list of previous recipients, please see page 56 of the 2018 Forum.

Deadline: July 1, 2018

Recipients will be notified prior to the 2018 national convention. Distinguished Service Award recipients will receive:

  • Recognition at the 44th National Convention & Leadership Workshops in Washington, DC, during an Awards Luncheon on October 13, 2018
  • Amounted certificate commemorating their service to Phi Eta Sigma
  • Reimbursement of travel expenses to attend the 2018 national convention

 For more information, contact phi.eta.sigma@wku.edu or 270-745-6540

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2017 Chapter Excellence Awards

The pyramid on the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society crest symbolizes strength, stability, and long-standing tradition. Phi Eta Sigma seeks to recognize and reward the local campus chapters that demonstrate those characteristics by presenting annually the Society’s Pyramid and Capstone Awards.

Chapters may earn Pyramid status each year by meeting specified requirements for consistency in new member inductions, appropriate communication with the national office, proper reporting of activities, and participation in the national scholarship program. For the 2016-2017 academic year, the following twenty chapters of Phi Eta Sigma earned Pyramid status and received a certificate of achievement and publicized recognition in the FORUM of Phi Eta Sigma, as well as on the national website and social media pages.:

Florida Institute of Technology, Florida State University, Georgia Southern University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis*, Kennesaw State University, McKendree University, Missouri State University, University of Nebraska-Kearney, New Mexico State University, New York Institute of Technology, North Dakota State University, Otterbein University, Purdue University, San Diego State University, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Southeast Missouri State University, University of Tennessee, Texas A&M University, Wartburg College, and University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

From among the Pyramid chapters, one elite chapter was selected to receive the Capstone Award, which also bears a cash award of $100. Capstone chapters must meet all Pyramid requirements, in addition to other criteria including service or leadership events/projects and participation at the national level. The Capstone Award recipient chapter for 2016-2017 is:

Otterbein University

*Previous Capstone chapter continued to uphold the Capstone Award standards.

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Midwest Area Regional Conference (MARC)

Hurricane Matthew put a damper on your networking plans for national convention last year? Make plans to attend this exciting regional conference!

Hosted by the University of Wisconsin Green Bay

When: November 10-12, 2017

Where: Green Bay, WI. Rooms are reserved at the Country Inn & Suites and Tundra Lodge.

Schedule: Social on Friday night, meetings on Saturday morning, a service project after lunch, and a tour of the Green Bay Packers Stadium in the evening. Roundtable discussions and a treasure swap on Sunday morning. 

Costs: $65 per person early bird registration fee (until October 25), $85 per person after October 25, attendees are responsible for travel and lodging.

For more information, email phietasigma@uwgb.edu and include MARC in the subject line.

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Western Regions Phi Eta Sigma Conference

Hosted by the University of Puget Sound

When:  October 6-7, 2017

Where:  Seattle, WA.  Rooms are reserved at the Courtyard Seattle Southcenter. To make hotel reservations, please call 1-800-321-2211 and tell them you are with the University of Puget Sound Phi Eta Sigma Conference. Room rate is $87 per night.

Schedule:  Gathering on Friday night, meetings on Saturday morning, a short service project after lunch, and hopefully a trip to Seattle in the afternoon.  [Plan for a late departure on Sunday for more touring opportunities!]

Costs:  There will be NO registration fee.  Attendees will be responsible for travel and lodging.

For more information, contact Alison Paradise: paradise@pugetsound.edu, 253-879-3572

New National Scholarship Timeline

The application for the 2017-2018 Founders Fund Scholarships will be available online for viewing January 1, 2018. Please remember that undergraduate scholarship applications must be reviewed and APPROVED by the chapter adviser using the Adviser Resources on our website.

  •  February 1 – March 31: Submit online applications with all required documentation.
  •  May 31: Recipients will be announced on or before this date.
2017-2018 Tau Beta Pi Scholars Include Three Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 271 Tau Beta Pi Scholars during the 2017-2018 academic year. These scholars receive $1,000 or $2,000 cash awards for their senior year of engineering study. All TBP Scholarships are awarded on the competitive criteria of high scholarship, campus leadership and service, and promise of future contributions to the engineering profession.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:

Jeremy Hardy - Brigham Young University

Benjamin Siu - University of South Alabama

Tyler Toepke-Floyd - North Dakota State University

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Scholars! See the details here.

2017-2018 Tau Beta Pi Fellows Include Two Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 25 engineering students from 312 applicants for graduate fellowships during the 2017-2018 academic year. These scholars receive $10,000 cash stipends for advanced study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:

Michael R. Dunn - University of Texas at Austin

Benjamin Pesante - The Catholic University of America

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Fellows! See the details here.
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Chapter Excellence Awards

Phi Eta Sigma announced its first Pyramid chapters and Capstone Award recipients in 2016.

Chapters earning Pyramid status met specified requirements for consistency in new member inductions and other performance guidelines. The 16 chapters meeting those requirements for the 2015-2016 academic year were:  Gannon University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Kennesaw State University, Louisiana State University, McKendree University, Mercer University, North Dakota State University, University of Puget Sound, Purdue University, Salisbury University, University of South Florida, University of Utah, Western Washington University, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

 

From among the Pyramid chapters, three elite chapters were selected to receive the Capstone Award, which also bears a cash award of $100. The three Capstone Award recipient chapters for 2015-2016 were:

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

McKendree University

Mercer University

Congratulations to all of the Phi Eta Sigma chapters that demonstrate the characteristics of strength, stability, and longstanding tradition symbolized by the pyramid on the Society’s crest!

2016-2017 Tau Beta Pi Scholars Include Seven Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 210 Tau Beta Pi Scholars for undergraduate study during the 2016-2017 academic year. These scholars receive $1,000 or $2,000 cash awards for their senior year of engineering study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:

Jared Blanchard - Brigham Young University

William Fredebeil - University of Tennessee

Matthew Goodson - Brigham Young University

Morgan Hammick - University of Rhode Island

Taylor Jones - University of Pittsburgh

Benjamin Pesante - Catholic University of America

Steven Whitaker - Brigham Young University

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Scholars! See the details here.

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Our Condolences to Emory University

Phi Eta Sigma extends deepest condolences to the Emory University community and the families and friends of Phi Eta Sigma members Faraaz Hossain and Abinta Kabir, who were victims in the recent terrorist attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

To learn more, read the article from Emory University here.

2016-2017 Tau Beta Pi Fellows Include Four Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 24 engineering students from 476 applicants for graduate fellowships during the 2016-2017 academic year. These scholars receive $10,000 cash stipends for advanced study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:

Christie Hasbrouck - Trine University

Robert Mines - University of South Alabama

Katherine Riojas - University of Tulsa

Ever Velasquez - Florida State University

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Fellows! See the details here.

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Phi Eta Sigma Alumnus Receives Mortar Board Emerging Leader Award

Congratulations to Phi Eta Sigma's 2013-2014 Thomas Arkle Clark Scholar-Leader of the Year Carl Kirpes, who received the Mortar Board Emerging Leader Award in 2015!

2015-2016 Tau Beta Pi Scholars Include Twelve Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 261 Tau Beta Pi Scholars for undergraduate study during the 2015-2016 academic year. These scholars receive $1,000 or $2,000 cash awards for their senior year of engineering study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:

Madison Boyer - Brigham Young University
David Elliott - Florida Institute of Technology
Kalie Friedel - South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Jason Luthman - Ohio Northern University
Andrew Orme -
Brigham Young University
Matthew Padilla -
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Kevin Pineault - University of Maryland
Michael Potter - Ohio Northern University
Shaun Preszler -
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Joseph Stack -
Brigham Young University
Cailtin Taggart -
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Kent Williams
- Brigham Young University

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Scholars! See the details here.

Two Phi Eta Sigma Members Awarded Mortar Board Graduate Studies Fellowships

MORTAR BOARD FELLOWS NAMED FOR 2015-2016

The Mortar Board National Foundation proudly announces that more than $30,000 has been awarded to eight exceptional Mortar Board members to support their graduate education during the 2015-2016 academic year. Every year, the Mortar Board National Foundation awards fellowships to assist members in financing their graduate studies. Since 1942, $750,000 has been granted to help members pursue their advanced degrees. Annually, members are chosen to receive these highly-competitive fellowships based on a demonstrated record of academic excellence, strong recommendation, scholarship promise and Mortar Board involvement.

This year’s Mortar Board Fellows include these Phi Eta Sigma members:

Daniel Citron was inspired by philanthropic work with the homeless population and a study abroad experience in Costa Rica to pursue a career in dentistry. Citron says that these experiences “shaped my views on international health and inspired me to make a commitment to providing accessible dental and oral health care to the most marginalized members of society.” He is a 2014 summa cum laude graduate of San Diego State University, where he earned his baccalaureate degree in international security and conflict resolution, and served as a member of the award-winning Jane K. Smith Cap & Gown chapter of Mortar Board. A passionate musician and avid fitness enthusiast, Citron will attend the UCLA School of Dentistry in the fall as a Mortar Board Fellowship recipient.

Allison Montgomery is an aspiring doctor who is “passionate about healthcare” in her home state of Alabama. Influenced by devastating tornadoes in her community in 2011, she desires to practice family medicine and obstetrics in an underserved area of Alabama. Montgomery attended the University of Alabama and recently earned a B.S. in biology with a certificate of rural community health. While at Alabama, she served as president of the Hypatia chapter of Mortar Board in addition to roles as chief justice of the Academic Honor Council and student government vice-president. For her undergraduate accomplishments, she was awarded the Sullivan Award for the top senior female on campus. In the fall, Montgomery will begin her studies at the University of Alabama School of Medicine to obtain her M.D. as the Barbara Cook Fellow.

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Past Grand Historian Kyle Sessions Dies at 80

Past Phi Eta Sigma Grand Historian (from 1994 to 2004) Kyle Sessions, 80, passed away December 27, 2014. A highlight of his tenure as Grand Historian was the writing of the 75th anniversary history of Phi Eta Sigma and he also served as chapter adviser at Illinois State University for most of his career.

A memorial service for Dr. Kyle C. Sessions is planned for Friday, July 10, 2015, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the Illinois State Alumni Center, Room 116, 1101 North Main Street, Normal, Illinois.

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Obituary for Sam Gennuso, Arkansas State University

 

The Phi Eta Sigma family extends sympathy to the family of Sam Gennuso, who was the Phi Eta Sigma adviser at the Arkansas State University chapter for 30 (since 1985) years. His obituary can be found here.

 

2015-2016 Tau Beta Pi Fellows Include Three Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 30 engineering students from 370 applicants for graduate fellowships during the 2014-2015 academic year. These scholars receive $10,000 cash stipends for advanced study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:
David LaPorte - South Dakota School of Mines & Technology

Devin Stranford - University of Tulsa

Jonathan Timcheck - Ohio State University

 

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Fellows! See the details here.

Phi Eta Sigma Members Honored with Phi Kappa Phi Awards

Congratulations to Alex Belisle, Boise State University chapter member and Executive Committee student member, who was recently awarded a Study Abroad Grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Belisle is one of 50 students nationwide to receive the award. Currently a junior majoring in international relations at Boise State University, Belisle will use the grant to study abroad in Florianópolis, Brasil.

Phi Eta Sigma would also like to recognize former Virginia Commonwealth University chapter adviser Carrie Connolly, recipient of a 2014 Love of Learning Award from Phi Kappa Phi. LoL Awards help fund career development and/or post baccalaureate studies for active members.

Phi Eta Sigma Celebrity Spotlight: Kira Kazantsev

Kira Kazantsev, Miss New York 2014, was crowned Miss America 2015 on September 14, 2014, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at age 23.

Kira is fluent in Russian and Spanish. She has had summer internships at political consultancy Solidarity Techniques in Washington, DC, served as a volunteer for Kirsten Gillibrand's United States Senate re-election campaign, waited tables, written a food blog, and served as a hostess.

Kira received bachelor’s degrees in political science, global studies, and geography from Hofstra University in 2013. She will pursue a J.D. degree after she completes her year as Miss America and hopes to become a U.S. Ambassador. Kira was inducted into the Hofstra University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma on September 25, 2010.

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Two Phi Eta Sigma Members Awarded Mortar Board Graduate Studies Fellowships

MORTAR BOARD FELLOWS NAMED FOR 2014-2015

The Mortar Board National Foundation proudly announces that more than $30,000 has been awarded to eight outstanding Mortar Board members to support their graduate education during the 2014-2015 academic year. Annually, members are chosen to receive these competitive fellowships based on a demonstrated record of academic excellence, strong recommendation, scholarship promise and Mortar Board involvement.

This year’s Mortar Board Fellows include these Phi Eta Sigma members:

Ryan Cross is pursuing a career in neuropharmacology with an ultimate desire to “contribute to the prevention and treatment of debilitating neurological diseases through a lifelong scientific career of cellular and molecular neuroscience.” Cross is already an established researcher, having conducted undergraduate studies in the field of avian visual ecology at Purdue University, from which he earned his baccalaureate degrees in 2014 in neurobiology and physiology, and also in genetics. In addition to a heavy academic course load and work as a teaching assistant, Cross held numerous leadership roles in his co-curricular activities, including serving as president of several major student organizations. As the Zelma Patchin-Oklahoma State/Washington State Fellow, Cross will continue his academic pursuits at Purdue University to earn his doctoral degree in medicinal chemistry and molecular pharmacology.

Emily Issler is an aspiring social worker whose goal is to “encourage people to reach out for services and help make those services more accessible to all.” A 2014 graduate of San Diego State University with a major in psychology and a minor in Spanish, Issler learned about the importance of understanding different cultures and backgrounds through participation in a semester-long Spanish immersion study abroad program in Madrid. She also traveled to Ghana to teach math and English at a school for orphaned or impoverished West African children. In addition to her experiences overseas, Issler co-authored a scholarly research paper that was presented at two undergraduate research conferences. Named the Ruth Weimer Mount Fellow, Issler is working toward a Master of Social Work at San Diego State University.

2014-2015 Tau Beta Pi Scholars Include Ten Phi Eta Sigma Members

Tau Beta Pi, founded at Lehigh University in 1885, is the world's largest engineering honor society. The Fellowship Board of the honor society has announced the selection of 242 Tau Beta Pi Scholars for undergraduate study during the 2014-2015 academic year. These scholars receive $1,000 or $2,000 cash awards for their senior year of engineering study.

The list of Tau Beta Pi Scholars includes the following Phi Eta Sigma members:
Nicholas Allen - University of North Dakota
Dustin Arvola - Trine University
Jennifer Boudreaux - Tulane University
Travis Buse - South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Nicholas Civetti - The Catholic University of America
Christie Hasbrouck - Trine University
Samuel Moffat - Brigham Young University
Justin Vogel - University of Illinois
Devin Wortman - University of Nebraska
Ryan Wu - Binghamton University

Congratulations to all the Tau Beta Pi Scholars! See the details here.

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Phi Eta Sigma Alumnus killed in WWII inducted into Military Hall of Fame

Phi Eta Sigma alumnus John William Dresbach has been selected as a member of the 2014 class of the Ohio Military Hall of Fame for Valor at the Ohio Statehouse. Navy Lt. John W. Dresbach was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society at the Miami University chapter in March 1936. Dresbach was just 23 when killed on Aug. 6, 1943, during a 10-hour battle from the air with an enemy submarine in the Caribbean. He posthumously was awarded both the Purple Heart and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Read the story here.

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Phi Eta Sigma Alumnus Spotlight: David Michael Lampton

David M. Lampton is Hyman Professor and Director of SAIS-China and China Studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, having also served as Dean of Faculty from 2004-2012. Formerly President of the National Committee on United States-China Relations, he is the author of many books. Dr. Lampton headed the China Studies programs at the American Enterprise Institute and at The Nixon Center (now The Center for National Interest), having previously worked at the National Academy of Sciences and having started his teaching career at Ohio State University. He has an honorary doctorate from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Far Eastern Studies, is an Honorary Senior Fellow of the American Studies Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, was the inaugural winner of the Scalapino Prize in July 2010 awarded by the National Bureau of Asian Research and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and is a Gilman Scholar at Johns Hopkins.

His newest book, Following the Leader: Ruling China, from Deng Xiaoping to Xi Jinping, was published in January 2014. He consults with government, business, foundations, and is on the board of several non-governmental and educational organizations, including the Executive Committee of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and Colorado College’s Board of Trustees. He was a fireman at Stanford University in his undergraduate days and was in the enlisted and officer ranks of the U.S. Army Reserve.

David received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. David was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon on May 6, 1965.

Phi Eta Sigma Members Honored with Phi Kappa Phi Awards

Phi Eta Sigma national scholarship honoree Laura Tenpenny is one of 51 recipients of a $5,000 Fellowship from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. She is pursuing a M.Sc. in gender, media, and culture at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Laura is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, having been inducted April 20, 2008. She received a $6,000 Charles Burchett Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship from Phi Eta Sigma National for the 2010-2011 academic year. Laura has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Tennessee. She is interested in serving disadvantaged women at a nonprofit or government agency, according to the Phi Kappa Phi Forum.

Another Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Scholar, Leah Barbera, received a $1,000 Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant. She is a senior psychology major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She spent the fall term studying Swedish culture and politics at Karlstad University in Sweden. Leah received a $6,000 James E. Foy Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship from Phi Eta Sigma National for the 2012-2013 academic year.

Phi Eta Sigma congratulates these distinguished members on their Phi Kappa Phi awards!

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Phi Eta Sigma Celebrity Spotlight: Mary Barra

In January 2014, Mary Barra became the first female CEO of a major global automaker, General Motors. Prior to this, Mary was most recently Senior Vice President, Global Product Development since February 2011. Mary began her career with GM in 1980 as a co-op student at the Pontiac Motor Division. She has held several engineering, human resources, staff, and management positions.

Mary received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from General Motors Institute (now Kettering University) in 1985 and an M.B.A. degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1990. Mary was inducted into the General Motors Institute chapter of Phi Eta Sigma on November 11, 1981.

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Phi Eta Sigma Celebrity Spotlight: Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik is best known for her lead role in the 1990’s NBC sitcom Blossom, as well as for her portrayal of the young version of Bette Midler’s character in Beaches. She currently stars on CBS's The Big Bang Theory. Mayim’s character, Amy Farrah Fowler, is a neurobiologist, which corresponds to Mayim’s real-life educational pursuits. Mayim’s performance in The Big Bang Theory earned her Emmy Award nominations in 2012 and 2013 for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

Mayim authored Beyond the Sling, a book on holistic parenting, and Mayim’s Vegan Table, a cookbook of 100 of her favorite recipes.

Mayim received bachelor’s degrees in Neuroscience and Hebrew and Jewish Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2000 and also earned a Ph.D. degree in neuroscience from UCLA in 2007. Mayim was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma at UCLA on April 28, 1996.

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Phi Eta Sigma Celebrity Spotlight: Erika Harold

Erika Harold, Miss Illinois 2002, was crowned Miss America 2003 on September 21, 2002, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at age 22.

Erika is currently an attorney at Meyer Capel, Champaign County Illinois’ largest law firm, and a Republican candidate for the 13th Congressional District seat in the state of Illinois. She also serves on the board of directors of Prison Fellowship, the national outreach to prisoners and their families. Additionally, Erika is a spokesperson for Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree, a program that provides Christmas gifts to children who have an incarcerated parent. Athena International honored Erika as one of its 2011 Global ATHENA Leadership Award Recipients.

Erika received a B.A. degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2001 and a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School in 2007. Inducted into the University of Illinois chapter of Phi Eta Sigma on March 3, 1998, Erika served as chapter president. She was also the 1999-2000 recipient of a Phi Eta Sigma National Distinguished Member Scholarship, the Gaylord F. Hatch Endowed Scholarship.

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Phi Eta Sigma Celebrity Spotlight: Alan Kazdin

Alan Kazdin is the John M. Musser Professor of Psychology and Child Psychiatry at Yale University and director of the Yale Parenting Center and Child Conduct Clinic (http://childconductclinic.yale.edu/). Alan’s research has focused primarily on the treatment of aggressive and antisocial behavior in children. His approximately 700 publications include 49 books that focus on interventions for children and adolescents, cognitive-behavioral treatment, parenting and child rearing, and interpersonal violence. Additional information can be found on his website, www.alankazdin.com.

In 2008, Alan was named president of the American Psychological Association. His work on parenting and child rearing has been featured on CNN, NPR, PBS, BBC, and he has appeared on Good Morning America, ABC News, 20/20, The Dr. Phil Show, and the Today Show.

He received a B.A. degree in psychology from San Jose State University and a Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology from Northwestern University. Alan was inducted into the San Jose State College chapter of Phi Eta Sigma on November 9, 1964.

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