Triota Gamma Nu
What is Triota - Gamma Nu?
Texas Tech University Women's & Gender Studies Honor Society, Iota, Iota, Iota is
a national academic and service-based honor society. The Greek letter, Iota, was selected
to represent the three goddesses Inanna, Ishtar, and Isis. Triota strives to maintain
feminist values central to women's studies.
The Texas Tech University chapter, Gamma Nu, has recently formed in order to recognize the academic achievements of students in Women's & Gender Studies.
The purpose of this chapter is to encourage excellence in academics, women and gender studies, and fellowship between members. In regards to excellence in academics, there is a focus on research on social, economic, working, academic, and other issues that women face here as well as globally in academic and professional environments. Triota focus on creating an environment where critical thinking can be applied to our community in order to improve the well-being of women.
Application for Membership
Membership shall be open to undergraduate and graduate students who have completed a course in the Women & Gender Studies Department, i.e. 3 credit hours and hold a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher. All who meet approved academic criteria are invited to become members of this Women's Studies academic society without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, religion, differing abilities, economic class, or sexual orientation.
Membership dues are $10 per semester
- Applications - ONLINE application coming soon!
- DEADLINE for applications DUE April 5th by 5pm
- Drop off location: DOAK HALL | Room 123
- Mail application to:
TTU Women's & Gender Studies
Attn: Triota Gamma Nu
MS 2009 | Box 42009
Lubbock, TX 79409-2009
- Email application:
NOTE: Membership dues will be collected at the time of initiation.
- Lesbian Feminism: From Herring to Menace and Back Again
March 28 | 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. | DOAK Hall 119
- Register on or before March 8 to receive copies of the readings!
- About: Texas Tech Triota (Iota, Iota, Iota) Gamma Nu announces a reading group to celebrate Women's History Month. Our chapter was formed in order to bring awareness to the many facets of research within Women's & Gender Studies. As feminism is the practice of social, political and economic equality of women and men, Lesbian Feminism has long added to this practice while navigating conflict, backlash and all out exclusion. Lesbian Feminist scholars once called a "menace", such as; Rita Mae Brown, and Karla Jay, will shed light on the struggles from the early 1970's. We will then move forward to today's scholarship from Paula Austin, who will remind us that our community can be found through our history, culture, oppression and identity.
- Triota Gamma Nu Induction Ceremony
April 30th | 5:30 p.m. | DOAK Hall 119
Officers shall be elected from the general membership. No one officer shall serve more than 2yrs and not more than one year in any given office.
2018 - 2019
- President - Dylan Tucker, Major: Psychology, Minor: WGS
- Vice President - Madison Kennedy, Major: Psychology, Minor: WGS
2017 - 2018
- President - Celeste Medina
- Vice-President - Madison Kennedy
- Secretary - Kourtney Howell
- Treasurer - Audrey Fragniere
- President - Benji Romero
2014-2015 (Founding Officers)
- President - Samantha Christopher, B.A.
Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student, Department of Psychology
Women's Studies Graduate Student
- Vice-President: Bridget Cowan
- Secretary: Dalton Richardson
- Treasurer: Samantha Yianitas
The Gamma Nu Chapter held its first meeting, March 31, 2014. Annual members meeting will include discussion of inherent contradictions of elitism in honor societies versus inclusionary principles and values consistent with feminist ideologies.