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Alpha Sigma Kappa

Summary
Alpha Sigma Kappa – Women in Technical Studies (ΑΣΚ – WiTS) is a social sorority for women in the fields of mathematics, architecture, engineering, technology and the sciences. The sorority was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1989 by a group of women who had formerly been affiliated with the Sisters of Triangle Fraternity program. Alpha Sigma Kappa became a national organization in 1996. History Alpha Sigma Kappa originally grew from a Little Sisters of Triangle organization at the University of Minnesota. In the late 1980s, Little Sister programs were being phased out by fraternal organizations across the country; Triangle Fraternity's National Council resolved to do so with their local Little Sisters organizations. To maintain a formal relationship, the University of Minnesota's Little Sisters group chose to found Alpha Sigma Kappa. The sorority was created on May 1, 1989, by eighteen Founding Sisters. The founding sisters include: When Alpha Sigma Kappa was fo
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