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Pansy Patch 2016: Our Most Successful Pansy Patch Yet!

Blog, Foundation, Giving, Pansy Patch, Scholarships

By: Madisen Ray Petrosky, Foundation Marketing Manager

It’s hard to put into words the incredible sisterhood I witnessed at Grand Convention 2016 last week.  I was able to see nearly 900 Theta women come together to celebrate the biennium’s accomplishments, reconnect after years and miles apart, and—most powerful to me as a Foundation staff member—show their […]

That’s A Wrap! Reflecting on the First Year of the Scholar Blogger Series

Blog, Foundation, General, Scholar Blogger, Scholarships

By: Mary Kate Kronzer, Gamma/Butler, Theta Foundation Programs Coordinator

Where has this year gone? It feels like just yesterday I was preparing to introduce our Scholar Bloggers and launch this new project. Now, as I wrap up the very first year of the Scholar Blogger Series, I could not be prouder of these four women! This […]

4 Reasons One $5 Pansy Makes a Difference during Pansy Patch Week

Blog, Foundation, Pansy Patch

By: Madisen Petrosky, Theta Foundation Marketing Manager

You may look at the Pansy Patch Planter Standings and think, “There’s no way I can send 100 pansies and get on that leaderboard.” Guess what? That’s okay! You don’t have to send 100 pansies to make a difference. You don’t even have to send 10. Sending just one […]

5 Tips for Almost-Graduates

Blog, Foundation, General, Scholar Blogger, Scholarships

By: Cory Davis, Zeta Rho/UC San Diego, Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

Above: Cory graduating from her Master’s program.

Congratulations, almost-graduates! You’ve survived many late-night study sessions, papers, and final exams. You’re almost ready to take on the world with your well-deserved degrees in hand. This is such an exciting time in your lives, but it can also […]

No Internship? No Problem! 6 Things to Do Now for a Successful Summer

Blog, Foundation, General, Scholar Blogger, Scholarships

By: Kate Arnold, Omicron/USC, Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

Above: Kate, far left, teaching neuroscience in Los Angeles inner-city schools with other volunteers during a summer break.  

Summer always has a way of sneaking up on us, doesn’t it? It’s on the downhill slope after spring break, and once you add in finals and end of year […]

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