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Hamline’s chapter of the Women's Studies Honor Society - Iota Iota Iota - was established in 2004 and recognizes the outstanding academic achievements of students in women’s studies. Its members strive to maintain the values central to women’s studies: egalitarianism, inclusiveness, and a celebration of the diversity of women’s experiences. The Greek letter, Iota, which is the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet corresponding to the English letter “I,” was selected for our Society’s name to represent the three goddesses:
Hamline is home to the Omicron chapter of this national honor society.Requirements for membership in Iota Iota Iota include:
Applications for Iota Iota Iota are generally submitted each fall, with an induction ceremony the following spring.
The John Wesley Leadership and Service Award for Students was established by the Hamline University Board of Trustees to reward students who best demonstrate the commitment to leadership and service that lies at the heart of Hamline University. An award is presented each year to one undergraduate student. In 2010, women’s studies major Alanna D. Storey was given this prestigious award.
The Office of Multicultural and International Student Affairs each year recognizes student success in scholarship, service, and leadership. Each year, women’s studies students are well-represented at this awards program.
2010 MISA HonorsOutstanding Service: Susun Xiong, women’s studies major; Patrice Anthony, women’s studies minor.Outstanding Scholar: Alanna Storey, women’s studies major.2009 MISA HonorsOutstanding Service: Patrice Anthony, women’s studies minor.2008 MISA HonorsOutstanding Service: Susun Xiong, women’s studies major; Pa Kong Lee, women’s studies major.Outstanding Leader: Choua Vang, women’s studies major.2007 MISA HonorsOutstanding Service: Patrice Anthony, women’s studies minor; Ebony Baggett, women’s studies minor.
Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
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