Alpha Kappa Delta
Alpha Kappa Delta is an international sociology honor society. Loyola University Chicago's Alpha Kappa Delta chapter was started in 1928. Sociology students inducted into AKD must be advanced students with demonstrated excellence in both the major and the university at large. New initiates join a long line of distinguished sociology students at Loyola and around the world. Each initiate receives a lifetime membership certificate and a year's subscription to AKD's journal, Sociological Inquiry. Graduating AKD members receive AKD cords, which they wear proudly during graduation ceremonies.
Twenty one new members were inducted into Alpha Kappa Delta in April 2014.
Twenty seniors received their AKD cords in April 2014.
Twenty new members were inducted into Alpha Kappa Delta in April 2013 and sixteen seniors received their cords.
Seventeen new members were inducted in April 2011, and sixteen graduating seniors received their cords.
For more information, contact faculty representative Dr. Anne Figert.
Information on the undergraduate student paper competition and student conference travel assistance program may be found on the national AKD Website: www.alpha-kappa-delta.org.