Women's Studies and Resource Center

Triota

Tri-Iota LogoIota Iota Iota is a national college honor society which strives to maintain the feminist values central to Women's and Gender Studies and to encourage diversity, egalitarianism, and supportive academic environments for all students. The Greek letter, iota, was selected for the name to represent the three goddesses Inana, Ishtar, and Isis. Iota Iota Iota strives to maintain the feminist values central to Women's and Gender Studies and encourage diversity, egalitarianism, and supportive academic environment for all students. It was founded in 1992 at Metropolitan State University of Denver. As known as Triota, the honor society holds annual induction ceremonies, sponsored community service projects and co-sponsored events in over sixty chapters across the US.

The University of North Carolina Wilmington's chapter, Beta Nu, was established on September 3, 2010. Our chapter induction ceremony took place on December 2, 2010 with nearly thirty guests in attendance. The Beta Nu chapter currently has eight members and counting.

Students must have completed six credit hours in Women's and Gender Studies and have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher in order to qualify for induction.

President: Vacant

Vice-President: Vacant

Advisor: Dr.Katherine Montwieler montwieler@uncw.edu

Beta Nu Members:

 Cynthia Bennett Kerri-Ann Pisano
 Sarah Bode Carolina G. Powers Initiated Sp 19)
 Jordan Charles Brackett Jessica C. Reich (Initiated Sp 19)
 Tiyana Kia Chaney Latisha Rivera (Initiated Sp 19)
 Mary Claire Childers (Initiated Sp 19) Tracey A. Robertson (Initiated Sp 19)
 Julia Grace Christian (Initiated Sp 19) Melissa Rushing
 Erin Dakota Churchill Samm Sawyer (Initiated Sp 19)
Nicole M. Draina (Initiated Sp 19) Logan Seelman (Initiated Sp 19)
Lauren M. Habig Heather Brooke Smith
Katja Huru Lora Beth Thompson
Lisa Huynh Norma Valentin
Brittany Karr (Initiated Sp 19) Jess Wells (Initiated Sp 19)
Nathalie L. McCall-Gorham (Initiated Sp 19) Drewe Witherington Smith
Anna M. Nunn-Lackey