Phi Alpha Theta
Established in 1921, Phi Alpha Theta (ΦΑΘ) is an American honor society for undergraduate and graduate students and professors of history. The society has over 400,000 members, with some 9,000 new members joining each year through 970 chapters nationwide.
The Psi-Eta chapter of the University of North Florida hosted the Regional Meeting for the Florida Region of Phi Alpha Theta on March 30, 2019.
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UNF at a Glance
Since its establishment in 1972, The University of North Florida has grown rapidly in size and stature. Today, UNF appears in nearly every national college ranking including Princeton’s “Best of” list for the Southeast and the prestigious Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement. And while national recognition is an important benchmark of our quality and value, the university retains a small campus feel positioned on a 1,381 acre nature preserve, surrounded by trees, lakes, and nature trails for students to enjoy. The campus sits midway between downtown Jacksonville and the Atlantic Ocean, just ten minutes from the beach.
Graduate Study in History at UNF
UNF is home to a vibrant and rigorous graduate program with particular strengths in the history of Latin America, Southeastern Indians, colonialism and imperialism and the environment. Recent graduates are employed in the National Park Service, public and private high schools, and national consulting firms. In addition, graduates have secured generous scholarships for further graduate study in top-tier PhD programs and law schools including: William and Mary, UNC-Chapel Hill, Georgia, University of Toronto, UT-Austin, Notre Dame, Penn State, Florida, Auburn, Minnesota, and Ohio State. See here learn more about Graduate study at the University of North Florida visit: