The 1913 Project


The 1913 Project: Women of Influence

This is an opportunity for collegiate chapters to demonstrate how their chapter and university are related to advancing women in education and thus in history.

The project’s focus is about the connections the chapter has to advancing women – not only Phi Sigma Sigma sisters but also other female students, staff, or faculty. There are many untold stories that a chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma is connected to where a female on the campus has notable successes in their career or life experiences.

In honor of these stories, the Foundation has awarded the top three chapters which best met the requirements of the project. Submissions for awards were due August 2013. 

Congratulations to our award winners!

First Place: Muhlenberg College, Delta Lambda Chapter


Second Place: Drexel University, Beta Rho Chapter


Third Place: University of Michigan - Flint, Theta Iota Chapter

Spotlighted Chapters
Foundation is spotlighting “The 1913 Project: Women of Influence” to tell these stories of how our Phi Sigma Sigma chapters are connected to moments in women’s history.

Alma College                                                   California State University - Stanislaus
Theta Psi Chapter                                            Theta Mu Chapter


Sacred Heart University                                   Temple University 
Iota Nu Chapter                                                Xi Chapter



We are still encouraging chapters to participate and to appoint a committee that includes both collegians and alumnae to complete this task. The 1913 Project: Women of Influence Guide  You may submit your chapter's completed project to to be spotlighted on this page.

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