Alpha Sigma Lambda News

“In an era when strong women are celebrated role models, a dynamic mother-daughter duo will earn their places on that elevated platform Saturday as they receive their bachelor degrees during Jackson State University’s commencement exercises. Read more …

“Amy Higgins, of Sweet Valley, a student at King’s College, recently received an honorable mention in the Delta Epsilon Sigma National Undergraduate Writing Competition.” Read more…  

“Business West (blog) Eger holds a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from American International College, where he graduated as a member of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society. Murphy, who has served as a paraprofessional in MBK’s Accounting Department since 2013, has been promoted to tax associate.: Read more… 

“I am excited to be here in Murray and part of the Murray-Calloway County Hospital Team. I am committed to building upon MCCH’s successes in providing the highest quality care for those we serve,” said Lawrence. Read more…

“On Monday, April 9, a group of Thomas University students were inducted into the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda during a ceremony held inside Balfour Chapel on TU’s Forbes Campus. Alpha Sigma Lambda is an honor society for non-traditional students who have earned at least a 3.2 GPA after taking at least 24 undergraduate semester hours at TU.” Read more… 

Dean College held the 2018 Honor Societies’ New Member Recognition Ceremony this past Thursday, April 5th in the Marvin Chapel located in Dean Hall. Students were inducted into three societies: Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Lambda, and the Golden Key International Honor Society. Dr. Michael Fishbein, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Dean provided opening remarks before transitioning the podium over to President Dr. Paula Rooney to welcome the crowd. Read more…

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Alpha Sigma Lambda at Eastern Illinois University

Epsilon Xi Chapter

In 1996, the National Home Office of Alpha Sigma Lambda was moved to the Eastern Illinois University campus in Charleston, Illinois with staff devoted strictly to ASLHS business. Dr. Hine has brought his considerable expertise to the organization not only by serving as a sponsor of the National Office but also through his representation of ASL at various national conferences such as UPCEA, ACHE, and CAEL and more recently as the ASL Director of Marketing.

Dr. Hine served as Dean of the School of Continuing Education at Eastern Illinois University, since 1986.  Throughout his career, William Hine provided professional leadership in several professional associations, including vice-president in the American Association in Adult and Continuing Education, Board of Directors of ACHE, National Advisory Board of CAEL, and has served as president of the Illinois Council for Continuing Higher Education.

“Friends of William C. Hine Endowed Scholarship” recognizes Dr. Hines service to Alpha Sigma Lambda and his commitment to serving adult learners.

William C. Hine was involved with Alpha Sigma Lambda since 1980 and was instrumental in establishing the ASL Chapters at the University of Evansville and Eastern Illinois University. In his honor, Alpha Sigma Lambda created the William C. Hine Distinguished Service Award.

Dr. William C. Hine with EIU School of Continuing Education faculty.

Other faculty members have supported Alpha Sigma Lambda at EIU, including, Dr. Carrie Johnson, former Asst. Exec. Director. Watch as she discusses what Alpha Sigma Lambda has been doing to connect with its members, offers tips for adult learners and shares her history in adult education.

Since 2011, Dr. Johnson has directed the B.A. in General Studies, an adult degree-completion program, at Eastern Illinois University. She previously held a faculty position at a university in the Chicago area. She is the past-president of the Adult Higher Education Alliance and a contributing editor for the Adult Education Quarterly.

Chapter Councilor

Kimberly Redfern

(217) 581-5618

karedfern2@eiu.edu

 

Chapter Secretary

Peggy Hickox

(217) 581-6644

pahickox@eiu.edu

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New Alpha Sigma Lambda Chapters

2018 New Chapters:

Wilberforce University

Rho Kappa

Wilberforce, OH

Lehman College of City University of New York

Upsilon Sigma

Bronx, NY  

Xavier University

Xi Delta

Cincinnati, OH

 

Re-established Chapters:

University of Arkansas – Fort Smith

Upsilon Alpha

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Randolph College

Lambda Phi

Lynchburg, VA

 

2017 New Chapters:

University of Mary Washington

Mu Kappa

Fredericksburg, VA

Dakota State University

Omega Beta

Madison, SD

State University of New York – Canton

Iota Upsilon

Canton, NY

East Carolina State University

Alpha Nu Chi

Greenville, NC

Texas State University

Tau Beta

San Marcos, TX

Brenau University

Kappa Kappa

Gainesville, GA

University of Michigan – Flint

Upsilon Mu

Flint, MI

University of South Carolina – Aiken

Omega Iota

Aiken, SC

St. Catherine University

Rho Gamma

Minneapolis, MN

Re-established Chapters:

Kentucky State University

Kappa Sigma Upsilon

Frankfort, KY

Eastern Kentucky University

Sigma Chi Kappa

Somerset, KY

Grand Valley State University

Sigma Lambda Sigma

Grand Rapids, MI

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Alpha Sigma Lambda at ANTSHE 2018

 

Alpha Sigma Lambda was excited to exhibit at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina for the ANTSHE: Association for Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education conference! #ANTSHE2018

ANTSHE’s mission is to provide scholarship opportunities, academic resources, and motivational support for non-traditional students, and to celebrate, and to build on the network of faculty, administrators, and advisors that work with and inspire non-traditional students to succeed. Learn more about ANTSHE 

Scholarship Applications Will Be Accepted Starting

January 10, 2018!

The purpose of ANTSHE Scholarships is to assist nontraditional students in their college education. ANTSHE awards scholarships in varying amounts each academic year. Applicants are required to be enrolled or plan to enroll for the academic year at an accredited college or university in a degree program of study. 

(Left) Tracy Sullivan, Chapter Volunteer; Earlee Corbin, ASLHS member of the Mu Chi Alpha chapter at Johnson C. Smith University and ANTSHE Chapter President; Sharon Nichols, ASLHS Office Assistant; Valerie Dennis, President of the Mu Chi Alpha Chapter at Johnson C. Smith University.

 

Speaker Dr. Robert W. Hill, Associate Professor of Higher Education Leadership at Nova Southeastern University

Topic: “How to Foster a Civil & Socially Cohesive Classroom”

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