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Alpha Sigma Kappa
Alpha Sigma Kappa is a sorority for women pursuing a career in the fields of mathematics, architecture, engineering, technology and the sciences. The sorority is sometimes referred to as WiTS, which stands for Women in Technical Studies. Alpha Sigma Kappa was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1989 and became a national organization in 1996. There are 13 active chapters, six alumnae groups and two colonies.
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Alpha Sigma Kappa is a dedicated social sorority designed to cater to women in STEM programs, specifically the fields of mathematics, architecture, engineering, and science.
Founded on the campus of the University of Minnesota on May 1, 1989, Alpha Sigma Kappa is one of the Little Sisters Triangle organizations, which was formed originally with the help of eighteen women: Sonja (Antolik) Fisher, Nicholie (Olsen) Bufkin, Jacqueline (Dandurand) Seal, Jennifer (Parker) Zylko, Jean Etzell, Cheryl (Perusich) Kussow, Kelly (Gram) Riehle, Jennifer (Holland) Richards, Mara Hollinbeck, Ann (Romani) Felteau, Sharon Kosmalski, Karen (Schlangen) Steele, Sara Krawlewski, Leanne Wolske, Melissa Matschiner, Joan Zak, Donna Monson and Elizabeth Zimmermann.
Today, Alpha Sigma Kappa maintains ten chapters and more than 1,000 lifetime members, and continues uplifting and supporting women in their search of technical degrees in in-demand fields. If you’re a current or former member of Alpha Sigma Kappa, Greek U is your source for all your Alpha Sigma Kappa merchandise, including shirts, sweatshirts, and other clothing, and a wide assortment of household goods.
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Why Shop the Alpha Sigma Kappa Store?
Normally, shopping for Alpha Sigma Kappa goods is frustrating. The selection is limited and prices are expensive! When you work with Greek U, though, these concerns are a thing of the past. Here, we’re proud to offer the largest assortment of Alpha Sigma Kappa merchandise available on the web.
Our selection of fun items makes it easy to spoil your big or little with the best gifts out there! To get started, browse our wide selection of custom Alpha Sigma Kappa sunglassesand jewelry. We also carry Alpha Sigma Kappa graduation stoles to help you enjoy your big walk across the stage.
Looking for something to keep you warm and cozy? Check out our Alpha Sigma Kappa sweatshirts, available in a wide assortment of sizes, colors, and styles, or our Alpha Sigma Kappa shirts, which are some of our best-sellers
All of these and more are waiting for you in our great selection of gifts and merchandise, perfect for any Alpha Sigma Kappa occasion. As always, we’re happy to help you with your order, so don’t hesitate to contact our team to learn more about our assortment of goods today.
The History of Alpha Sigma Kappa
Alpha Sigma Kappa was designed to encourage women to pursue technical careers, which have historically been dominated by men. At the time of its founding, only 17% of University of Minnesota enrollees were female. Alpha Sigma Kappa sought to change that for the better, and to make enrolling in a technical field easier and more welcoming for women around the world. Today, the organization’s goal is to promote friendship and academic achievement in its members. Some of its notable alumni have become companding officers in the Navy, Actresses, and prominent members of the National Science Foundation.