Tau Upsilon Alpha

The National Organization for Human Services Honor Society, Tau Upsilon Alpha (TUA), recognizes Walden students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences who demonstrate integrity, academic excellence, and dedication to empowering people through education and service. The purpose of TUA is to honor academic excellence; foster lifelong learning, leadership, and development; and promote excellence in service to humanity.

Walden’s Chapter

The Alpha Chi chapter of Tau Upsilon Alpha was established in 2013. Under the leadership of Dr. Greg Hickman, faculty advisor; Irena Glover, chapter president; Renata Hedrington Jones, vice president; Domonique Rice, treasurer; and Sherlina Stephens, secretary; with support from Dr. William Barkley, program director, Alpha Chi seeks to expand and support the professional growth and development of Walden human services students. The chapter offers students the opportunity to:

  • Participate in research geared toward addressing current issues facing individuals within human services.
  • Engage in activities that support them in their quest for academic excellence and promoting social change.
  • Network with fellow human services students and faculty at residencies as well as national and regional conferences.
  • Receive valuable information related to human services through the Alpha Chi newsletter and quarterly meetings.

Find out the benefits of a Walden Education. Request information or call 1-866-492-5336 toll-free in the United States or see a list of international phone numbers.

  • About Alpha Chi

    “Being a member of Alpha Chi and engaging with students who are passionate about the field of human services and promoting social change is incredibly inspiring. I have enjoyed several opportunities to collaborate with students and faculty on a variety of important issues.”

    Irena Glover
    PhD in Human Services student
    Tau Upsilon Alpha, Alpha Chi Chapter President

  • About Alpha Chi

    “Alpha Chi provides opportunities for scholars to work together to promote social change. Through our research efforts, work in the community, and workshops, we aim to support the mission and vision of this organization.”

    Sherlina Stephens
    PhD in Human Services Student
    Tau Upsilon Alpha, Alpha Chi Chapter Secretary