|PGM Mission Statement
The mission of Pi Gamma
Mu is to encourage and promote excellence in the social sciences
and to uphold the ideals of scholarship and service.
Any person of good moral character
may be invited or may petition to join an active chapter of Pi Gamma Mu
when he/she is a junior, senior, or graduate student; is in the upper 35
percent of the class; has at least 20 semester hours of social science;
and has a grade average of B or better.
Here is a complete worksheet to calculate your eligibility for joining PGM. Every year since 1979, Nebraska Delta at WSC has been awarded membership on the PGM National Roll of Distinction as one of the most active chapters in the country.
Consider joining and participating in Pi Gamma Mu if you are invited. Membership in PGM is also a distinction you will be proud to include on your resume. The modest initiation fee is well worth the opportunity to participate in WSC campus activities and national conventions.
presents the Wayne Public Library with a Service Learning grant check to
be used for replacing their Dr. Seuss collection of books. (l-r) PGM faculty co-advisor Dr. Randy Bertolas, WPL Children's Librarian Julie Osnes, PGM Vice-president Lisa Nelson, and PGM faculty co-advisor Dr. Jean Karlen.
2002 Atlanta Triennial PGM Convention
2005 Nashville Triennial PGM Convention
2008 Atlanta Triennial PGM Convention
2011 Washington DC Triennial PGM Convention
Current Pi Gamma Mu faculty advisors would be happy to answer your questions. E-mail them!
Randy Bertolas, Geography
Dr. Jean Karlen, Sociology
Ms. Lisa Nelson, Service-Learning
Dr. Lesli Rawlings, Geography