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  • Zeta Phi Eta, National Professional Fraternity in Communication Arts and Sciences, the oldest national group of its kind, was founded on October 10, 1893 at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, under the inspiration and guidance of Dr. Robert McLean Cumnock.
  • The idea of a friendly society of service which might eventually become a national and vital force in Communication Arts was the seed of its founding.
  • Currently, Zeta Phi Eta consists of both professional and campus chapters from across the nation.
  • To provide opportunities for sharing professional interests through participating in worthwhile activities in the Communication field.
  • Provideo a climate in which members can develop sound professional philosophies.
  • Stimulate and encourage all worthy enterprises in the Communication field.
  • Current Enrollment at SRU
  • A minimum of three completed courses in the Communications, Theatre, or English Writing Majors
  • Overall GPA of atleast 2.0 (you need to give a copy of your DARS to Dr. Li Pu)
  • $40 dues
  • Give your completed application and dues to Kathryn Dixon - kmd7053@sru.edu
  • Dr. Li Pu will submit all applications and dues by the end of March.
  • For application, contact Kathryn Dixon (kmd7053@sru.edu), Dr. Li Pu (li.pu@sru.edu or ECB Room 213), or visit the Zeta Phi Eta board on the 3rd floor of ECB

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