Sigma Delta Pi
La Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispánica
Zeta Omicron Chapter
SPRING 2013 Ceremony
Standing (left to right): Hannah Nystrom, Anne Marie Price*, Nagore Sedano Naveira*, Athalía Torres-Manzano, Mitchell Grover, Dr. Beatriz Robinson, Bradley Pearce, Allana C. Noyes, Argent Álvarez Maloof, Dr. Casilde Isabelli, Dr. Darrell Lockhart, Dr. Nelson Rojas, Dr. Mar Inestrillas (Honorary member), Steven Hammonds, Shelby Grauberger, Micah Gill, Timothy Yu, Verónica Cristina Rodríguez.
Sitting (left to right): Nicole Hidalgo, Jeannette Salas, Cinthya Barajas, Gladys Crespín, Ashley J. Walker
(* Graduate Students).
2013 Ceremony Readers: Dr. Lockhart, Dr. Leaños, Dr. Robinson
Fall 2012 Ceremony
Mr. Colt Williams Ms. Erin Lee Mr. Richie Hernández
Mr. Tony Castañeda Ms. Emma Crossman
APPLICATION MEMBER REQUIREMENTS
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PURPOSE: To honor those who attain
excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in
the study of the literature and culture of the
Spanish-speaking peoples; to honor those who have made
Hispanic contributions to modern culture better known
in the English-speaking world; to encourage college
and university students to acquire a greater interest
in, and a deeper understanding of, Hispanic culture;
and to foster friendly relations and mutual respect
between the nations of Hispanic speech and those of
Delta Pi was established on November 14th, 1919, at
the University of California in Berkeley and was
admitted into the Association of College Honor
Societies in 1966. Its insignia is the royal
seal of Fernando and Isabel, representing Castile,
Leon and Aragon. The society shall receive into
its membership only those who attain its standards of
high academic achievement in the study of the Spanish
language, the literature and culture of Hispanic
nations, and other college-level subjects.
Members is conferred in strict accordance with the
standards established by the Association of College
Honor Societies.There are over 385 active chapters
with more than 170,389 members.
MAJOR ACTIVITIES: The Society offers a scholarship program which provides study opportunities in Ecuador, Mexico and Spain to its student members. The total number of awards varies from year to year. The scholarship program is supported by the following: the Universidad Internacional/Center for Bilingual/Multicultural Studies (Mexico); Estudio Internacional Sampere (Ecuador and Spain); the Academia Latinoamericana (Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru); the Instituto B. Franklin of the University of Alcalá de Henares.
UNR Contact: Dr. Casilde Isabelli,
Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of
Nevada Reno, UNR /FLL MS 0100, Reno, NV 89557; Tel:
(775) 682-8917 Email:
National Contact: Dr. Mark P. Del
Mastro, Hispanic Studies, College of Charleston, 66
George St., Charleston, SC 29424-0001; Tel:
(843) 953-6748 Fax: (866) 920-7011 Email: