UA 021.425 Guide to the North Carolina State University, Student and Other Organizations, Society of Alpha Pi Mu, North Carolina State University Chapter Records, 1951-1975

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Creator

Society of Alpha Pi Mu. North Carolina State University Chapter.

Quantity

0.25 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

1 archival half box

Location

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Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred from the Society of Alpha Pi Mu, North Carolina State University Chapter

Processing

Processed by: Cate Putirskis;machine-readable finding aid created by: Cate Putirskis

Scope and Content Note

The records of North Carolina State University's chapter of the Society of Alpha Pi Mu contain correspondence, meeting minutes, general information about the fraternity, an agenda of events, and the national Alpha Pi Mu constitution. Materials range in date from 1951 to 1975.

Historical Note

The Society of Alpha Pi Mu, a national honorary society for the field of Industrial Engineering, was first organized at Georgia Tech University in 1949. By 1951, Alpha Pi Mu had 10 or 12 chapters at universities throughout the East and Midwest, and D. E. Henderson, Head of the Dept. of Industrial Engineering in the School (College) of Engineering, with the support of Dean J. H. Lampe, petitioned Dean E. L. Cloyd to allow NC State to also form a chapter. The chapter was granted at NC State sometime between 1951 and 1956 (with the first initiations taking place in 1956). The chapter was still active as of 2008.

The Society of Alpha Pi Mu is highly recognized throughout the field of Industrial Engineering (IE), promoting those students at the top of thier IE courses. The Society also works to promote the field of Industrial Engineering, and to introduce IE students to other members of the Society.

For more information on NCSU's chapter of the Alpha Pi Mu Fraternity, visit their website external link.

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Mail

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Telephone

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Fax

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, Student and Other Organizations, Society of Alpha Pi Mu, North Carolina State University Chapter Records, UA 021.425, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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