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APSU'S poly sci honor society recognized as one of nation's best chapters

APSUs chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA) has been named one of the best in the nation for the third time in four years.

Kappa Eta, APSUs chapter of the national political science honor society, received a Best Chapter Award for 2004-05. Only four Best Chapter awards are given to schools with enrollments of 6,000-15,000 students.
APSU's chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA) has been named one of the best in the nation for the third time in four years.

Kappa Eta, APSU's chapter of the national political science honor society, received a Best Chapter Award for 2004-05. Only four Best Chapter awards are given to schools with enrollments of 6,000-15,000 students.

In her congratulatory letter to APSU Kappa Eta Chapter Adviser Dr. David Kanervo, Nancy McManus, PSA administrator, writes, “These awards are intended to recognize local chapters that are particularly active in their departments and universities and exhibit high levels of energy and creativity in furthering the goals of the honor society.”

The chapter received a cash prize of $250 and a certificate. In addition, the honor will be publicized in the fall issue of the Pi Sigma Alpha Newsletter and in the society's quarterly journal, PS: Political Science and Politics.
—Rebecca Mackey