PREMIO IGNACIO Y SOPHIE GALBIS

Capítulos (Chapters)

2020-21
Ohio University
Pi Rho/Tau of Ohio
Betsy Joyce Partyka

2019-20
Ohio University
Pi Rho/Tau of Ohio
Betsy Joyce Partyka

2018-19
University of Northern Colorado
Pi Zeta
Efraín E. Garza

2017-18
Wittenberg University
Lambda Iota
Elizabeth Amaya & Mary Zuidema

2016-17
California State University San Marcos
Psi Epsilon
Cynthia Meléndrez

2015-16
Florida Atlantic University
Rho Omicron
Nancy Kason Poulson

2014-15
Illinois State University & Marquette University
Eta Upsilon & Gamma Gamma
Angela Bailey de las Heras & Germán D. Carrillo

2013-14
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Gamma Lambda
Marco O. Íñiguez Alba

2012-13
Azusa Pacific University
Phi Omicron
Marcela Rojas

2011-12
Millikin University
Phi Tau
Elizabeth Amaya

2010-11
Montclair State University & Truman State University
Delta Chi & Rho Rho
Valentín Soto & Lucy F. Lee

2009-10
Montclair State University
Delta Chi
Valentín Soto

2008-09
California State University, Fullerton & The Citadel
Phi Gamma & Tau Iota
Pilar Valero-Costa; Mark P. Del Mastro & Sara Fernández Medina

2007-08
University of Northern Colorado & Truman State University
Pi Zeta & Rho Rho
Efraín E. Garza & Lucy F. Lee

2006-07
California State University, Fullerton
Phi Gamma
Pilar Valero-Costa

2005-06
Truman State University & Texas Tech University
Rho Rho & Alpha Phi
Lucy F. Lee & Comfort Pratt

2004-05
Brigham Young University
Delta Pi
Dale J. Pratt

2003-04
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Theta Tau
Lucía Aranda

2002-03
Brigham Young University
Delta Pi
Dale J. Pratt

2001-02
University of Wyoming
Alpha of Wyoming
Patricia Hamel

2000-01
St. John’s University
Epsilon Kappa
Marie-Lise Gazarian

1999-2000
University of California, Irvine
Xi Tau
Juergen Kempff

1998-99
Southwest Texas State University
Epsilon Beta
Roberto A. Galván

1997-98
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire & The Citadel
Delta Psi & Tau Iota
Paul Hoff & Mark P. Del Mastro

1996-97
Marquette University
Gamma Gamma
Germán D. Carrillo

Award:

Vista Higher Learning sponsors a $100 credit to each of the Honor Chapters with the exception of the Ignacio & Sophie Galbis Awardee, who will receive a $200 credit.  Recipients of these awards may apply these credits to future orders of memberships and items available through the national office. Such credits do not apply to authorized 3rd-party retailers of Sigma Delta Pi merchandise.

ELIGIBILITY AND NOMINATION PROCEDURES:

The Ignacio and Sophie Galbis Award.

The Premio Ignacio y Sophie Galbis is named in memory of Ignacio Galbis, former Executive Secretary-Treasurer, who, along with his wife Sophie, served Sigma Delta Pi for more than two decades with uncommon love, dedication and efficiency. This award will be presented each year to a chapter whose annual report of activities is judged indicative of genuinely outstanding work in the furtherance of our purposes.