Iota Iota Iota is a national organization which serves as both an academic club and honor society for the field of Women’s and Gender Studies. The purpose of this organization is to encourage and support scholarship and excellence. Iota Iota Iota is named for the ancient goddesses Inanna, Ishtar, and Isis.
Triota was founded at IUPUI in 2017 by WGSS minor, Matthew Preston. The purpose of our organization is to encourage and support excellence in scholarship and service to the community which is consistent with our emphasis on women, gender, and sexuality.
Some recent projects have included celebrating IUPUI alumni who have contributed to the IUPUI community, working on an IUPUI panel celebrating women’s suffrage, supporting a student-led effort to restore period products to the IUPUI Campus Center, and participating in a Women4Change conference.
We welcome ALL students at the club level! We have meetings approximately once a month and love connecting with new members. Requirements for membership in the honors society are listed in the application form. There are also opportunities for leadership.
If you are interested in joining Triota Club, but do not yet meet the requirements below, please fill out this form and indicate your interest in the club member level. All are welcome and you can still apply for honors status when you have met the requirements. Membership at the club level can be applied for at any time. There is no deadline. Send to: Dr. Catherine A. Dobris, WGSS Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can apply for Triota honors status if
Although once accepted, membership will taken effect immediately, all new Honors members will be inducted at the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Reception in the spring. Club members will also be recognized.
Please fill out the Triota Application Form and indicate your interest in the club or Honors level. You may contact the Triota President, Janice Day, with any questions.