We are proud to have sponsored the Indiana Epsilon chapter of Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society since 1994.
The objectives of the society are to
- award distinction to students with high scholarship and personal interest in philosophy;
- promote student interest in research and advanced study;
- provide opportunities for publication of student research papers of merit;
- encourage a professional spirit among those who have displayed marked ability; and
- popularize interest in philosophy among the general collegiate public.
Phi Sigma Tau publishes Dialogue, a biannual journal for student contributions in all areas of contemporary philosophical research; the quarterly PST Newsletter with news of local chapter activities; and the National Alumni Chapter Bulletin for those who retain their membership after graduation.
To become a member of PST, you must meet the following criteria:
- have sophomore standing
- have completed (or registered for) at least two courses of philosophy
- have achieved a GPA above 3.0
There is also a nominal membership fee.
Information regarding membership is communicated in February with new members formally inducted during Student Recognition Day in April.
For more information, contact PST faculty advisor Sarah Vitale.