Sigma lota Rho Honor Society for International Studies

Sigma Iota Rho Symbol "Prudence. Ideals. Power."

 

Sigma Iota Rho (ΣΙΡ)

The Division of Global Affairs inducted the first students of the Delta Xi Chapter of the Sigma Iota Rho International Studies Honor Society in 2012. Membership into Sigma Iota Rho (SIR) is intended not only to enhance the credentials of its members through public recognition of the best and the brightest students in international studies, but it is also meant to encourage a life-long devotion to a better understanding of the world we live in and to continue support for and engagement in education, service, and occupational activities that reflect the mission of Sigma Iota Rho.

Members enjoy a copy of the Journal of International Affairs, access to SIR specific internships and job databases, scholarships and funding opportunities only accessible to members and being part of a diverse group of individuals dedicated to the advancement of international and global affairs.

2015-2016 Executive Board:

Lynette SiegerPresident Nuriyeni BintarsariVice-President

2014-2015 Executive Board:

Kevin PeppardPresident Lynette SiegerVice-President Alejandro Gimenez-SantanaTreasurer

13.5 Alex Gimenez-Santana, Kevin Peppard, Lynette Sieger

 

2014-2015 Induction and Convocation Ceremony

2013-2014 Executive Board:

Kevin PeppardPresident
lyn6 Lynette SiegerVice-President
Ph.D. Candidate Alejandro Gimenez Santana, Division of Global Affairs Alejandro Gimenez-SantanaTreasurer

2012-2013 Executive Board:

SIR1 Yetunde OdugbesanPresident
sir2 John HandalVice President
SIR3 Aida FigueroaMasters Student Representative
Ph.D. student Cristina Damiao (NCAS '13), Division of Global Affairs Cristina DamiaoDoctoral Student Representative
sir5 Ashlie PerrySecretary 

2012-2013 Sigma Iota Rho Research Funding Award Recipient Shivon Scott, Treasurer  

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