By Noraleen Young,
Numbers play an important role in telling the story of an organization.
Many Thetas have worked in the health fields, either on the front lines as nurses, physicians, and technicians, or as researchers.
As we move through the 150th anniversary year, we will come upon some important anniversaries beyond the founding of Theta.
Our Conventions are some of the best documented activities in Theta’s archives.
One of the purposes of Theta’s archives is to share stories, especially throughout this special year.
While the archives has been busy preparing for Theta’s 150th, there have been a few other things going on in the archives.
In the archives, this fall has been filled with special projects for our milestone celebration in 2020.
October is American Archives Month, an opportunity to celebrate and recognize what archival collections provide to our lives.
Besides discovering Theta stories, one of the things I like to do is take a look at Theta numbers.
Visit the newly updated heritage web pages on the Theta website!
March is U.S. Women’s History Month, which often focuses on individual women who have not been given their due.