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Pi Delta Phi

La Société d’Honneur Française Nationale

Pi Delta Phi a pour but de reconnaître et de signaler le mérite dans l’étude de la langue française, de la littérature et de la civilisation francophone chez les étudiants américains est de favoriser le développement des liens entre les peuples américains et ceux de langue française.

2012 Pi Delta Phi Inductees


Essie Assibu and Steven Werther, 2012 co-presidents



2011 Pi Delta Phi Inductees

From left to right: Amélie De Gaulle, Eszter Szentirmai (President), Allison Voss, Lia Wertheimer, Zachary Hunter, Elizabeth DeBell, Christopher Anderson, Prof. Virginia Scott

2011 Pi Delta Phi Inductees

Christopher O. ANDERSON
Bryann D. DaSILVA
Elizabeth T. DeBELL
Zachary D. HUNTER
Alexandra A. SCOTT
Allison A. VOSS


Pi Delta Phi is the National French Honor Society. The purpose of this Society is (1) to recognize outstanding scholarship in the French language and its literature, (2) to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, and (3) to stimulate and to encourage French and francophone cultural activities.

The Vanderbilt Chapter, inaugurated in 1990, is Kappa Lambda.  Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 and a French GPA of 3.6 who have taken at least 6 classes at the 200 level or above may apply for membership in Pi Delta Phi.  The induction date for new members will be announced soon.

For more information on Pi Delta Phi, please visit their website