Guam – Pi Sigma Alpha, the national honor society for students of political science and government recently inducted 10 University of Guam students.
To qualify, the students achieved a 3.0 grade point average in political science and rank in the top third of UOG in general academic performance.
The students inducted were: Royce K. Camacho, DeeAnn Choffat, Sheen P. Dorosan, Andrew R. Orsini, Katherine A. Parkinson, Marilyn S. Salalila, and Laurie Tumaneng of Guam; Lloyd G. Abigania of CNMI; Hage-Ae R. Paul of the Federated States of Micronesia; and Isechal Remensegau of the Republic of Palau.
[UOG Students inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha – Front row (left to right): Marilyn Salalila, Laurie Tumaneng, Brenda Atalig (2012 initiate), DeeAnn Choffat, Katherine “Cat” Parkinson and her daughter, and Sheen Dorosan. Back row (left to right): Andrew Orsini, Lloyd Abigania, Joyce-Lynn Torres, Hage-Ae Paul, and Royce Camacho.]
Founded in 1920, Pi Sigma Alpha now has 740 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the 50 States. The University of Guam’s Pi Sigma Alpha chapter—the only chapter in any territory of the United States—was begun in 1996 and includes an impressive number of attorneys, college faculty, and government officials on Guam, in Palau and the Federated States of Micronesia, and in the United States.
For more information, contact Dr. Michael Stoil, Associate Professor of Political Science and Micronesian Studies, and faculty advisor of the Guam chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, at firstname.lastname@example.org.