A campus chapter of Dobro Slovo was established at Berkeley on Oct 29, 1926, to recognize academic excellence among Slavic students. In 1963, the National Slavic Honor Society "Dobro Slovo" was founded with the help and encouragement of the American Associcaton of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages. The Society serves as a means for the recognition of academic excellence in the study of Slavic languages and literatures and provides incentive for scholarly interest in Slavic life and culture. The Society was patterned after existing honorary organizations in other fields. Since 1963, Dobro Slovo has steadily grown to be an internationally recognized academic Honor Society with a distinguished membership.
The Key of the National Slavic Honor Society "Dobro Slovo" is as representative of academic excellence in Slavic studies as the Phi Beta Kappa Key is for overall academic excellence.
The HWS Chapter of Dobro Slovo (Delta Mu) was chartered in December, 2003.
Life Members of Delta Mu, Dobro Slovo
Members are listed by year of induction, name, and year of graduation.
Chelsea Clare Hudson, WS'12
Thomas T. Luly, H'12
Catherine Marie Moshier, WS'13
John Peter Nettl, H'11
Melissa Marie Warner, WS '12
Belinda Jessica Littlefield, WS '11
Julie Lynn Boardman-Brann, WS '10
Katrina Lynette Havrish, WS '10
Emily Lyons-Ellison, WS '10
Sarah Marie Loomis, WS '07
Chloe Gray Hall, WS '06
Susan Erica Jordan, WS '06
Daryl Johnson Mallet, WS '06
Tara Elizabeth Edlund, WS '04
Sarah Hope Kapp, WS '05
To apply to the HWS Chapter of Dobro Slovo, contact Prof. David Galloway.
Phone: (315) 781-3790