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The University of Toledo
Eta Sigma Gamma - Iota Chapter
The National Health Education Honor Society
The three main purposes of ESG are:
- Teaching (education)
- President – Phil Welch
- Vice President – Brad Davidson
- Secretary/Treasurer – Elizabeth Greer
- Service Events Chair – Laryn Ziegler and Joy Wheeler
- Social Events Chair – Cari Conley
- Education Chair – Shanna Wade
- Research Chair – Scott Stanley
Upcoming Meeting dates
- Tuesday, April 22nd at 3:00 pm - HH1218
- New Member Initiation Ceremony at 11:30 am - Student Union
- Guest Speaker on Professionalism from 12:00 - 12:45 pm - Multi-Purpose Room HH 1711
- Silent Auction 1:00 pm Student Union 2592
- Smoking Debate - March 2, 2009
- AAHPERD Convention, Tampa, FL - March 31 - April 4, 2009
- Major Palooza
- Race for the Cure – Administered breast cancer survey
- Homecoming – UT versus Ball State – 50/50 Raffle and Tailgate
- Gamma Rays Softball
- 50/50 Raffle
- SOPHE - HEI Convention
- Rake ‘n Run
- Health Fair
- Advising Night
- ASHA National Convention – Tampa Bay, Florida
- Adopt a Family - Social
- AIDS Quilt
Pictures from Past Events
- Dr. Amy Thompson - Primary Advisor
- E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone – 419-530-4171
- Office – HH 1010
- Dr. Timothy Jordan – Secondary Advisor
- E-mail - email@example.com
- Phone – 419-530-4725
- Office – HH 1008
Websites – about us
To apply, download the Eta Sigma Gamma application: click here.
Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG) is a national professional health science honorary for undergraduate students, graduate students, and practicing health professionals. Put simply, ESG is a professional organization for students and practicing professionals in the fields of school health, community health, and public health. Our local chapter of ESG, the Iota Chapter, was established at the University of Toledo in 1973 and has a rich history of success.
Who Can Join?
This honorary is open to any student at any level of study in health science, health education, community health, public health or a related field. To become a member, one must meet the eligibility requirements below:
• GPA of 2.7 during any semester followed by a GPA of at least 2.5 the next semester.
• Faithfully attend chapter meetings and actively participate in chapter activities.
• Apply for membership, pay his/her dues, and attend the induction ceremony.
Benefits of Membership
1.Build relationships and friendships with students and faculty members in your field.
2. Network with others who are dedicated to a career in health education.
3. Improve your leadership skills and gain valuable work-related experience.
4. Improve your professional credentials and build your resume/portfolio.
5. Improve your communication and presentation skills.
6. Network with potential employers.
7. Increased opportunities to be involved in professional research and publishing.
8. Attend professional conferences.
9. Enrich your life through community service.
10. Increase health education and health promotion on campus.
For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Thompson at 419-530-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.