Dr. Lynn Horton
This honor society promotes International Studies as an interdisciplinary field of student by engaging students of multiple disciplines including anthropology, economics, foreign languages, history, peace studies, and political science. Furthermore, it encourages critical thinking through internationalization and global citizenry. This honor society is unique in that it includes both undergraduate and graduate students.
-Trips to Think Tanks and Institutes
- Internship workshops
-Speaker Series on Topics Such As: Terrorism, Foreign Policy, International Organizations, International Law,Military Processes; Peacekeeping, Crisis Decision Making, Capability, Management, the Future of China, Women in International Relations; Security, Defense, etc.
-International Studies Movie Night
Sigma Iota Rho (National)
You must achieve and maintain GPA of 3.3
You must either be
-Masters candidate for International Studies who has completed at least one semester of graduate level work or
-An undergraduate with junior or senior standing who has completed at least twenty-one (21) units of coursework in anthropology, economics, foreign languages, history, peace studies, political science, or related disciplines, including two courses at the 300 or 400 level.
Additionally you must pay national dues of $45.00