Lambda Zeta Chapter established 2002
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Theta Upsilon (GTU) is an international
honor society in geography. The Lambda Zeta chapter at
Wayne State College was founded in the Spring of 2002. GTU
membership is earned through superior scholarship. It is
an honor, and a professional distinction. Initiates have
met academic requirements and share a background and interest in
geography. A chapter may also extend honorary membership
to anyone whom it feels has, by exploration, research,
lecturing, publishing, teaching, or any other way contributed to
advancement in any phase of Geography.
must have completed a minimum of 3 geography courses (2 at
WSC), finished at least 3 semesters of college course work,
and earned a 3.3 GPA overall and in their geography classes.
Honors Chapter: The Lambda Zeta Chapter earned national recognition as a 2013 Honors chapter for planning activities that celebrate and spread the word about Geography.
GTU Excellence in Geography Award
For more information on
GTU at Wayne State College contact Faculty Sponsors Dr.
Randy Bertolas, Connell 237 (375-7018) or Dr.
Lesli Rawlings, Connell 239 (375-7299).