Theta Alpha Kappa Members 2019

Theta Alpha Kappa

Spring 2019 Induction Ceremony

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., Stetson University's Theta Alpha Kappa chapter, Alpha Gamma Omicron inducted two new members, Abigail Crater and Makeba Dorival. The inductees and faculty are pictured above from left to right. Dr. Mitchell Reddish, Abigail Crater, and Dr. Phillip Lucas. Not pictured is Makeba Dorival.

Undergraduate Achievement Award


Pictured above: Dr. Dixon Sutherland, chapter president, and Undergraduate Achievement award recipient Rebekah Anderson. The Undergraduate Achievement award is given every other year to promote excellence among undergraduate students.


Theta Alpha Kappa came into being through the religious studies faculty at Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y., in 1976. It has since spread to include over 8,000 members in 180 chapters across the nation. The Alpha Gamma Omicron chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa was founded in 1996. To date, 148 members have been initiated into the chapter. The current chapter moderator is Dr. Dixon Sutherland.

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Undergraduate students enrolled in institutions with a Theta Alpha Kappa chapter must have completed at least four units in Religious Studies courses at Stetson University of which at least one must be at the 300-level or above in courses representing these disciplines, have attained a GPA of at least 3.50 in such courses and a 3.0 in their total program, and have been ranked (if appropriate) in the upper 35 percent of their class. Also, these students must be a religious studies major or minor at the time of nomination. 


Alpha Gamma Omicron 2018-19

  • Abigail Crater '19
  • Makeba Dorival '19
  • Porter Crapps '18
  • Olivia Daly '18
  • Victoria Torro '18

National Theta Alpha Kappa Leadership

  • President - Kelley Coblentz Bautch, St. Edward's University
  • Vice President - David Nikkel, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
  • Secretary - Eric F. Mason, Judson University
  • Treasurer - Christopher McMahon, Saint Vincent College