DOTHAN—Troy University’s History and Political Science Department at the Dothan Campus recently initiated 10 students into the Iota Mu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the nationwide History Honor Society.
New undergraduate and graduate students welcomed to the society during a ceremony on Nov. 21 were:
Allen L. Adams of Slocomb, Master’s of Science History Education
Heather Lea Danner of Geneva, Master’s of Science History Education
Trent E. Dorriety of Hartford, History
Lynn Fagnoni of Dothan, Social Science
Rodney M. George of Enterprise, Master’s of Science International Relations
Steven C. Helms of Graceville, Fla., History Education
Roman A. Kuschova of Ozark, Political Science
Britni A. Kuschova of Ozark, History
Jessica D. Shelley of Dothan, Master’s of Science History Education
Curtis W. Stephens of Dothan, Master’s of Science International Relations
To be initiated into the society, students must have taken at least four history classes, have a GPA of 3.25 in those classes and have an overall grade point average of more than 3.1.
Founded in 1921 at the University of Arkansas, Phi Alpha Theta brings together authors, researchers, teachers and students for intellectual exchange and to promote historical study. It consists of more than 839 chapters in fifty states, and has initiated more than 350,000 members since its inception.
The Dothan Campus has initiated members into Phi Alpha Theta since 2003.