The Humanities and Teacher Education Division sponsors a chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the international honor society of philosophy. Phi Sigma Tau recognizes excellence in scholarship and promotes philosophical discussions outside of the classroom through informal events. The honor society publishes the bi-annual journal, Dialogue, which provides undergraduate students in philosophy the opportunity to be published. Past Pepperdine students have published book reviews and articles in the journal.
The national office of Phi Sigma Tau is now located at Pepperdine University. For more information, visit the official Phi Sigma Tau website.
|Membership requirements:||Students must be in the top 35% of their class.
Students must have taken at least two philosophy courses. All grades in their philosophy courses must be above 3.0
Students must have completed at least three terms of college work.
|Initiation information:||Invitations are sent to eligible candidates in the fall and spring semesters. Initiation occurs in the spring term and occasionally in the fall term.|
For more information contact
Dr. Garrett Pendergraft
Phi Sigma Tau Faculty Advisor