|Sigma Gamma Epsilon
The National Honor Society for the Earth Sciences: Delta Theta Chapter
The Society was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth Sciences.
How Can I Join?
Any person in any branch of the Earth Sciences who has completed at least 10 credit hours in Earth Science courses and has maintained a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. (on a 4.0 system) in all Earth Science courses together with an overall G.P.A. of 2.67 in all college courses is qualified for membership.
Why Should I Join?
Membership in Sigma Gamma Epsilon shows prospective employers or colleagues that you are professionally motivated and are at least a “B” average student. Membership also provides a professional network among RPI students, professionals in the field, and at other universities. It shows that you are dedicated to the RPI Earth and Environmental Science department.
What We Do?
We help out the RPI Earth and Environmental Science department with Institute events, for example Accepted Students day. We have regular meetings where we discuss events we would like to participate in, field trips, fund raising activities, and most importantly the future of the RPI Sigma Gamma Epsilon Delta Theta Chapter.
Please visit the National Website, contact our Faculty Advisor Dr. Miriam Katz, or wander into the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department in 1W19 Jonsson-Rowland Science Center.
2009 Spring Induction: Back (L-R) Bailey Richert, Rohan Agrawal, Chris Smith, Ross Williams, Aric Mine (Tres.), Robert Lemanis, Riley Gannon (V.P.), and Jesse Kenyon; Front (L-R) Elizabeth Frank, Jenna Clark (Pres.), Kerry Hayes, Monica Blount, Melody Berds (Sec.), Cynthia Morin, and Professor Miriam Katz (advisor).
Not pictured: Dana Esposito, Mary Abercrombie, Jennifer Rodger, and Elizabeth Goldbaum.