Report of the 2011 convention
PI GAMMA MU BRINGS RATIONAL THINKING TO WASHINGTON
2011 Convention Sets Records; 40 Members Report on Research in Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill.
A record-shattering total of 160 members attended Pi Gamma Mu's 2011 triennial international convention on October 20-22 in the Washington, D. C., metropolitan area. As volunteers, employees, and the delegates themselves pitched in to cause everyone to accomplish worthwhile outcomes and to have a good time, the convention proved to be a model for honor-society programming.
Indisputably, the highlight was the day-long presentation on Friday, October 21, of 40 members' research findings, which took place in the ornate Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building, located across from the U. S. Capitol on the northern side of Constitution Avenue.
Read more >
Chapter Heritage Award
Time was when groups and organizations elected historians to keep track of and record their activities and achievements. HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE HISTORY AND TRADITIONS OF YOUR PI GAMMA MU CHAPTER? Some chapters have traditions that span the whole 85 years of the organization’s existence while others have only been recently chartered. But whether yours is an older chapter or a recent one, preserving and recording for posterity that history and those traditions is important.
Read more >
Pi Gammu Mu has started a nationwide drive to reactivate lapsed or inactive chapters. To reactivate your chapter, simply click here and fill out this simple online form to start the process. There is no charge for this service and we will immediately begin processing your chapter's reactivation.
Read more >
Looking for a job? Want to advance your career?
Gammu Mu and Experience have partnered to provide you exclusive member-only access to jobs, internships,
and other opportunities—job shadows, informational interviews, webinars, networking connections, competitions
Join the community now >
ISSR The International Social Science Review
Dr. Candice Quinn is the editor of the ISSR, Pi Gamma Mu’s flagship
publication. She is searching for a few well written research papers suitable for inclusion in the next edition.
Papers must focus upon interesting and/or timely topics. Many great papers are written every year by students
in history, political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, international relations, criminal justice,
social work, psychology, philosophy, history of education, and cultural/human geography.Think of the best paper
you wrote for class and consider submitting it. You can find more information on the International Social Science Review page.