Seventeen students are currently eligible, said Amy Carney, assistant professor of history and the chapter’s adviser. She plans to schedule guest speakers and career-development seminars for the group.
“We’d like our students to learn more about what it means to be a historian,” she said.
The first chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was formed in Arkansas in 1921. The society now has more than 350,000 members.
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