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APSU's poli sci honor society wins national grant

APSUs Kappa Eta Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, was awarded a grant of $800 from the national Pi Sigma Alpha office.

According to Dr. David Kanervo, professor of political science and faculty adviser to Kappa Eta Chapter, the award resulted from a successful application filed in the national offices grant competition.

The authors of the grant proposal are Krista Bristol, Pigeon Forge, and Jessica Simpson, Nashville, both political science majors. APSU's Kappa Eta Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, was awarded a grant of $800 from the national Pi Sigma Alpha office.

According to Dr. David Kanervo, professor of political science and faculty adviser to Kappa Eta Chapter, the award resulted from a successful application filed in the national office's grant competition.

The authors of the grant proposal are Krista Bristol, Pigeon Forge, and Jessica Simpson, Nashville, both political science majors.
The grant will be used in the spring to fund a banquet and seminar on academic ethics. The seminar will feature four guest speakers, whose names will be released at a later date.
—Dennie Burke