Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Alpha Theta > Leadership Team 2012-2013
Jeffrey Lewoczko is the president of Union's Delta-Psi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. He was inducted into Phi Alpha Theta in the fall of 2010. Jeffrey has a double major in history and physics, and he has a special interest in the history of the United States. He regularly attended Phi Alpha Theta activities in 2011-2012, participating in such events as the plenary meetings, the Best Chapter Award pizza party, the French Christmas dinner, the Red T-shirt Spirit Day, and the spring cookout. In addition to Phi Alpha Theta, Jeffrey is a member of the Rutledge Honorary History Club.
The Delta-Psi Chapter vice president is Mary Ellen Poe. She joined Phi Alpha Theta in the fall of 2010. She has a double major in history and economics. An enthusiastic traveler, Mary Ellen has gone on Union University-sponsored trips to East and Central Europe (Holocaust tour), to Italy, and to South Africa. She spent the spring semester of 2012 studying in England at Regents Park College, which is a part of Oxford University. Since joining Phi Alpha Theta, Mary Ellen has participated in many of its activities, including paper presentations at the 2011 Kentucky regional conference and the 2012 Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Convention in Orlando, Florida, community service projects at Casey Jones Village and the Historic Bemis Auditorium/Theater, Best Chapter Award pizza parties, French Christmas dinners, and chapter plenary meetings. Mary Ellen is also the president of the Rutledge Honorary History Club.
Patricia Dawson serves as the Delta-Psi Chapter secretary. She became a member of Phi Alpha Theta in September, 2010. She is a history major who has a special interest in Cherokee history. She has been very active in the activities of Union's Delta-Psi Chapter, participating in such activities as the 2012 Franco-American Bake Sale, community service projects at Casey Jones Village and the Historic Bemis Auditorium/Theater, spring cookouts, Red T-shirt Spirit Days, a trip to the sesquicentennial reenactment battle of Shiloh, and French Christmas dinners. A gifted flutist, she provided a special program of flute music at the society's French dinner in 2011. Patricia is also a member of the Rutledge Honorary History Club and Alpha Chi.
Allie Durham is one of the Delta-Psi Chapter senators on the Student Government Association (SGA). Inducted into Phi Alpha Theta in February, 2012, Allie has actively participated in Delta-Psi Chapter events ever since. A history major, she is particularly interested in French history. She is member of the Union University Honors Community and the Chi Omega Sorority.
Charles Snow has served as a Delta-Psi Chapter senator on the Student Government Association (SGA) since February, 2012, when he joined the society. He is a history major who has a special interest in the Civil War and Great Depression eras of American history. Charles has regularly attended Phi Alpha Theta events since his induction into the society. He is also a member of the Rutledge Honorary History Club, where he holds the position of vice president.
Dr. Stephen Carls serves as the faculty advisor to the Delta-Psi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a position he has occupied since 1983. Dr. Carls also holds the post of national vice president of the society and will assume the role of national president at the end of the 2014 biennial convention. He has previously been a member of the organization's national council and advisory board. Dr. Carls joined Phi Alpha Theta in 1970, when he was a graduate student at the University of Minnesota.