Ten Pitt-Bradford Students Inducted into Pi Gamma Mu

BRADFORD, Pa.– The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford inducted ten students into Pi Gamma Mu, the International Honor Society in Social Sciences.

In order for students to be invited to join Pi Gamma Mu, a student must be a junior or senior in the upper 35 percent of his or her class with at least 20 semester hours in social sciences and an average grade of B.

The disciplines that are included in Pi Gamma Mu are history, political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, internal relations, criminal justice, social work, psychology, philosophy, history of education and geography.

Those inducted this year include Jeremy James Bennett, a criminal justice major from Rixford; Kayla Elizabeth Branch, a human relations major from Olean, N.Y.; Ashley Marie Cooper, a criminal justice major from Wexford; Angelena Faherty, a history-political science major from Southampton; Sara Ann Gligora, a sociology major from Milton; Kaylee Marie Goldsmith, a criminal justice major from Conneaut Lake; Brittany Ruth Gorrell, a  history-political science and social studies education 7-12 major from Gifford;  Patricia A. Klock, a human relations major from Titusville; Christie Lee Marcho, a human relations major from Clifford; and Elizabeth Ann Tillman, a human relations major from Buffalo, N.Y.

Dr. Marvin Thomas, professor of history, is adviser for the group.

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  1. Lavonn says:

    Stay inofrmtaive, San Diego, yeah boy!

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