Alumnae chapter handbook published
Alumnae in Action introduced by National Alumnae Director Evelyn G. Bell, ΠΠ, as the official handbook for alumnae chapters....
Two chapters installed
Beta Tau Chapter, New York State College for Teachers (SUNY-Oswego), was installed on Oct. 13, and Beta Upsilon Chapter, Indiana State Teachers College (Indiana State University), was installed on Oct. 6....
Alumnae chapters installed
Seven alumnae chapters were installed in 1951: Hartford Alumnae Chapter, CT, North Jersey Alumnae Chapter, Terre Haute Alumnae Chapter, IN, Erie Alumnae Chapter, PA, Kalamazoo Alumnae Chapter, MI, Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter and the Shr...
Recognition of Eminence established
The Recognition of Eminence Award was established to honor those alumnae whose professional or community achievement has attracted recognition beyond the Alpha Sigma Alpha membership....
Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Golden Anniversary
Alpha Sigma Alpha celebrated its Golden Anniversary; the Golden Anniversary Convention was held at Hotel Roanoke in Roanoke, VA, in 1952....
Mrs. Sharp arrives in Richmond
National President Wilma Wilson Sharp, ZZ (center), is greeted by Ella Pilkinton Adams, A (left), president of the Richmond Alumnae Chapter and Jean Raup Grady, BE (right), national registrar, at Byrd Airport in Richmond, Virginia. Mrs...
Alpha Sigma Alpha becomes member of National Panhellenic Conference
Alpha Sigma Alpha was officially welcomed as a full member of the National Panhellenic Conference. From this point, the Sorority had the right to establish chapters at any and all campuses meeting NPC qualifications....
Sorority’s first central office in New York
The Sorority’s first central office, now known as national headquarters, was established in Kenmore, NY....
First history book published
The Years Behind Us: A History of Alpha Sigma Alpha was first published....