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Phi Sigma Tau
Phi Sigma Tau

Phi Sigma Tau
International Philosophy Honor Society
Florida Beta Chapter

Phi Sigma Tau was founded in 1930, at Muhlenberg College, as Alpha Kappa Alpha, with chapters in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Its essential purpose was and is to promote ties among philosophy departments in accredited institutions and students in philosophy nationally and, eventually, internationally.

Both on the local and national levels, Phi Sigma Tau considers its organization as instrumental: a means for developing and honoring academic excellence as well as philosophical interest. The Florida Beta chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, at Florida Atlantic University, is the oldest chapter of the Society in Florida.

Inductions into the Florida Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma Tau are held once per academic year, at the end of the Spring semester. The inductees for Spring 2014 are:

  • Alejandro Aparicio
  • Alex Brams
  • Christopher DaSilva
  • David DeSouza
  • Jessica Frank
  • Justin Whitehead

Congratulations to this year's inductees!


Phi Sigma Tau Induction Reception

Spring 2013


 PST1_2013           PST Induction 2013

If you are interested in finding out more about Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society, about its history, and about its criteria for membership, please visit their website at phi-sigma-tau.org

If you meet the membership criteria and are interested in being inducted into this honor society, please contact Professor Marina Banchetti , the Florida Beta chapter faculty adviser.





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