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Phi Sigma

Phi Sigma
Abbreviation ΦΣ
Motto Truth Shall Spring out of the Earth
Formation March 17, 1915 (1915-03-17), Ohio State University
Type Honor society
Website /~phisigma.edu.eiuwww

Phi Sigma (ΦΣ) is an

Phi Sigma is reserved for students who have demonstrated interest in research, and are at the top of their class in their respective universities. At least one-fourth of their college training should include biological sciences.

External links

  • Official site: http://www.phisigmasociety.org/
  • Hermean/Phi Sigma Societies Collection (MUM00568) at the University of Mississippi, Archives and Special Collections.
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