Honors & Awards

Phi Alpha Theta

International Honor Society in History

Phi Alpha Theta is the International Honor Society in History. The society is composed of chapters at accredited universities and colleges. Phi Alpha Theta encourages the development of a community of historians by hosting social and academic events for students and professors. A number of students from the department join this international history honorary society each year.

One has to have a 3.0 cumulative GPA, four history courses, and a 3.1 GPA in the history major to be eligible to be a member of Phi Alpha Theta at Denison.

Phi Alpha Theta students organize student activities in the department.

Phi Alpha Theta 2014-2015 Members

  • Allison Bacon ’16 - Secretary
  • Thomas Ball ’15 - President
  • Alexander Bookout ’15 - Vice President
  • Alexander Carroll ’16 - Vice President
  • Megan Coglianese ’15
  • Hannah Ferguson ’16
  • Anne Finn ’15
  • Graham Gettel ’15
  • Danielle Golds ’15
  • Charlotte Gomer ’14
  • Erica Hastings ’15
  • Caitlin Hester ’15
  • Charles Houk ’15
  • Szu-Yu Huang ’15
  • Jean Nichole Hurley ’15
  • Lucas Johnson ’15
  • McKenzie Kuhn ’16
  • Andrew Malin ’15
  • Matthew Pennekamp ’15
  • Constantine Politis ’16
  • Matthew Puracchio ’15
  • Lauren Roberts ’15
  • Alexandra Varos ’15
  • Allison White ’15
  • Sunder Willett ’15
  • Sarah Winnicki ’16 - Treasurer