November 24, 2014

Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society Inducts New Adult Students

photo of Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society Inductees, 2014; see names in page

On Thursday, November 20, eleven new members were inducted into the Sigma Chi Nu Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, the premier national honor society for adult students. Emily Atwood, Ashley Rose Beal, Kristen Burns, Jonathan Dulaney, Samantha Hicks, Kathleen S. McClanahan, Yeymy Martinez, Lorri Ann Norman, Lisa Ann Sotebeer, Trey Waggoner, and A. Rene’ Williams join forty-six current members. 

Betty Telford, Assistant Dean of the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education, and Interim Dean Janet Zehr shared greetings and recognized students and their family members for their perseverance. Society president Phyllis Caldwell and vice-president Kim Dobesh led the ceremony, pinning each new inductee as they were welcomed into the society.

Salem’s Sigma Chi Nu Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda was founded in 2008 and recognizes adult students who, after completing six credit hours, are in the top 20% of their class and maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. In 2008, the Sigma Chi Nu Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda welcomed eight inductees. Since then, more than eighty adult students at Salem College have been inducted into the honor society.