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Zeta Omicron (Phi Alpha Theta Chapter)
The original chapter was established at Park University in 1958, but had been inactive until 2005. However, with the renewed interest and dedication of students and faculty, Zeta Omicron has been reorganized and redesigned to meet the needs of all involved. The requirements for membership have remained the same and include: having completed 12 hours of History credit, maintaining a 3.1 grade point average in History, and having a 3.0 grade point average overall. All history or social studies majors are invited to all events and meetings sponsored by Zeta Omicron. Students do not need to be members of Zeta Omicron to enjoy the benefits of association.
The benefits of joining Zeta Omicron are varied, but they all revolve around that central idea of belonging to a group that encourages educational and personal goals. By attending conferences, and perhaps presenting at them, you are able to expand personal horizons and prepare for the demands and requirements of graduate school or employment opportunities. Also, by joining Zeta Omicron, there is the prospect of acquiring assistance in preparing for the application process for graduate school. We provide community service opportunities for students, and the friendships that develop between the majors can be lifelong!
Zeta Omicron Officers 2008-2009
From left to right: Wendi Reinwald (Social Chair), Brian Moon (Historian), Daniel Brandt (Secretary/Treasurer), Krista Irick (Vice President) and Ryan Wagner (President)
Calendar of Events for 2008-2009