Carnegie Mellon University

Phi Alpha Theta

April 18, 2017

Ten Students Inducted Into National History Honor Society

By Emily Stimmel 

Ten students with majors or minors in Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of History were inducted in Phi Alpha Theta this spring. The national history honor society was established in 1921 to promote quality research and learning experiences.

Phi Alpa Theta has over 400,000 members, with about 9,000 new members joining each year. There are 970 chapters nationwide. CMU’s chapter, Upsilon-Kappa, was established in 1973.

Congratulations to the 2017 Phi Alpha Theta inductees:

Erika Cox
Majors: Ethics, History & Public Policy and Architecture

Melanie Diaz
Major: English
Additional major: Global Studies
Minor: Politics and Public Policy

Emmett Eldred
Major: Creative Writing
Additional majors: Ethics, History & Public Policy and Professional Writing

Zachary Ettensohn
Majors: Decision Science
Additional major: Ethics, History & Public Policy

Peter Gao
Major: Business Administration (General Management)
Minor: Social & Political History

Miguel Gatmaytan
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Socia & Political History

Dhruva Krishna
Major: Ethics, History & Public Policy
Additional major: Professional Writing

August Luptak
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Social & Political History

Michael Mawhinney
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Social & Political History

Stefan Romero
Majors: Social & Political History and Drama

View photos from the induction ceremony