Fall 2018 Inductions

Creighton University Nu Tau Epsilon 
Mrs. Laurie Galeski

We held our 2018 induction into Nu Tau Epsilon, Creighton University’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda on November 7, 2018. This program is very student oriented. Our Master of Ceremonies, John Rumbaugh, was a 2015 inductee and one of our 2017 inductees, Kim Sauer, did a beautiful student reflection. The Dean of the College of Professional Studies, Dr. Gail Jensen, gave a warm welcome. As Chapter Councilor, Laurie Galeski read each new inductee’s Biographical Sketch and thank you while they stood by our Dean to take a picture. A heartfelt presentation was given by our keynote speaker, Tammy Williams, who was a graduate of our College. We concluded the formal program with a closing reflection from Fr. Andy Alexander and then convened to a formal reception honoring our students. 

Inductees: Yasin Abdulgasem, Jeanne Bray, Danielle Brunow, Beth Cavanaugh, Kyle Chapman, Tamara Cleaves-Denes, Kaitlyn Cooper, Brick Demique, Kyle Eckert, Sarah Fackler, Rebecca Hall, Theresia Hhayuma, Steven Kell, Martha Kokotajlo, Michael Lacerda, Nicholas LaPlant, Patricia Larson, Laura Ranney, Jennifer Rasmussen, Kevin Todd, Jana Urzendowski, Jazmyne Van Houten, Lisa Wise, Sarah Zimmerman 

 

Jackson State University Xi Mu 

Dr. Gloria Smith 

 Faculty, associate dean, and staff, along with family members of each inductee were invited to the event. The associate dean along with the director spoke and inductees participated in the ceremony activities. 

Inductees: Keara Alexander, Andrea Beals, Cameron Brown, Jennifer Calvin, Jermaine Glover, Antoinette Hall, Anthony Holmes, Ryan Johnson, Gwendolyn Leflore, Annie Ransburg, Felicia Reed, May Reed, Teresa Robinson, and Elroy Winding. 

Salem CollegeSigma Chi Nu 

Mrs.  Betty Telford 

ASLHS Induction Ceremony for the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education was held Thursday, November 15, 2018, in Shirley Recital Hall, Fine Arts Center at Salem College. Dean Telford, Chapter Adviser opened the ceremony and Liz Kelly, President, Angie Higgins, Vice President, and Anna Lunsford, Secretary participated in the pinning ceremony. 

Stephanie Arcos*, Kathy Williams Barnes*, Krista Berlin*, Elizabeth Agnelli Berndt*, Christy Butler, Wanda R. Camp, Amber Chase, Olivia Cleary, Marjorie B. Doran*, Tamika N. Ellerbe*, Sara A. Gibson, Patrice Yvette Glenn, Carolina Haverty, Gabrielle Hill, Karen M. Hoch, William C. Hoyme, Tricia Klein, Kayla Knight Abbie Gray Lakins*, Johnna Leavy*, Nateria Danee Lewis, James Maderia Jr., Ursula Maier*, Angela Muse, Nydia (Castillo) Nunez, Bradley Parrish, Susanne F. Pegram, Marjorie B. Plowden, Jason W. Potter, Mildred Proctor, Cassandria Reich, Chloe Scott, Sophia M. Seyler-Wetzel*, Teaquoise Shuler-Lindsay, Janet McKay Smith, Kimberly Turner- Kendrix, Lauren Willard, Jerotich Yegon 

 

 

Mount Saint Mary’s University  Omicron Pi 

Mr. Peter Zaferes

On November 13, 2018, Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles California hosted our 2018- 19 Alpha Sigma Lambda Induction Ceremony. 19 outstanding scholars were inducted into our Omicron Pi Chapter. Our provost, Dr. Robert Perrins officially welcomed inductees and Dean Suzanne Williams initiated the pledge and bestowed certificates and ASL pins afterward. Department chairs, faculty, the inductees and their families enjoyed the ceremony immensely and everyone celebrated together at the lovely reception that followed the induction. 

Inductees: Nancy Aguilar, Yvonne Aguilar, Eyosef Bogdanov, Charles Cano,  Fitzgeral Cano, Carla Evdemon, Tynisha Floyd,  Matthew Gafa,  Halm Nnenna, Celene Heredia, Shashonk Illam,  Robert Lopez, Michelle Manzano, Carmina Ramirez-Holguin,  Victoria Rauser, Martha Torres, Ana Valdes, Dominic Waechter,  Benton Williams

University of Mobile Iota Eta Sigma Chapter

Dr. Pamela Buchanan-Miller

On Wednesday, January 30, the University of Mobile’s Iota Eta Sigma (In His Service) chapter inducted 20 members, 17 of whom are pictured here. One, Brian Boyle, was inducted as an honorary member. Mr. Boyle is a UM alumnus who currently directs the marketing and recruiting for UM’s Alabama College for Professional and continuing studies. Participating in the ceremony were four of the chapter’s faculty members (Mattie Easter, J.B. Locke, Daniel Chancey, and Dr. Debra Chancey) and one student member (William Miller, inducted 2013). Approximately 75 were in attendance including many family members, and a reception was held afterward. Because of organizational changes, this was our chapter’s first induction in two years–a real celebration of our students’ accomplishment! 

Inductees: Amy Baker, Jacqualine Davis, Whitney Dillard, Laura Foots, Jennifer Horton, Melyssa Hughes, Maranda Kirk, Charlie Mason, Chrissi Moore, Tyieka Pettway, Jessica Pickens, Zachary Schrimsher, Sally Shoemaker, Marcus Talley, Tracey Wasdin, Shamika Williamson, Tanika Woodard, Morgan Littlewood, James Easter, Brian Boyle 

Murray State UniversityEta Delta 
Ms. Alison Marshall 

Inductees: Stephen Grace, Brittany Shelton 

 

Lipscomb University – Upsilon Pi  

Dr. Regina Henry 

Inductees: Kennedi Browne, Elizabeth Cameron, Mariela Diaz Bonilla, Chris Farmer, Abigail King, Harold Loyd, Nicholas Maenza, Linda McCampbell, John Mott, Lindsey Ocho-Ryan, Jessica Pinto, Jeremy Plate, Tammy Reid, Maira Rodriguez, Asailio Timmermeir, Amanda Wynne, James Young 

 

George Fox University Gamma Omega Delta  

Mrs. Rae Casey

The Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter at George Fox University’s aim is to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. To honor our inductees, we hold a small induction ceremony for them and their family. Each inductee is individually recognized by reading a short biography and presenting of their cord, pin, and certificate. 

Inductees: Adena Bailey, Thomas Briner Jr., Emily Burgess, Irene Calder, Ana Flor Casola Grandao, Rosemarie Cordell, Dolores Cranley, Kenneth Fontenot, Elizabeth Gavrilovic, Guillermo Guevara, Elizabeth Harvey, Karen Howard, SuAnn Loewen, Karina Reddaway, Chad Russell, Lisa Thorpe, Joseph Wendland, Stephanie Wetjen 

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