Categories: Announcements, Blog
We know it's been an incredibly tough week for so many of you after witnessing the greatest domestic assault on our democracy since the Civil War. But it was also an ugly and unmistakable reflection of the systemic racism that plagues our society and deeply harms people of color every single day.
We are well into a pandemic and still have some time to go. We are all tired. Despite this, sisters have found the energy to keep working for Theta Phi Alpha.
"As a sisterhood founded on a deep commitment to social service, now is the time to define what that means and to hold the sisterhood accountable. It is important to reflect on where we came from so that we may act today and create a better tomorrow for generations to come."
Our 2020 Siena Medalist, Nikole Collins-Puri, CEO of Techbridge Girls, not only recognizes the importance of technology in our lives, but how encouraging young women to join STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs builds a pipeline of smart, confident, and creative women who have set out to solve the world’s biggest challenges through science and technology.
Apply online by January 15, 2021.
Categories: News, Press Releases, Announcements
Theta Phi Alpha is pleased to welcome our newest chapter, Delta Xi, at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio!
Categories: News, Press Releases, Announcements, Foundation News
A lot has happened since I first shared Theta Phi Alpha’s plan to address equity within the Fraternity in June 2020.
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