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Fifteen Students Inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, Honor Society for Adult Learners


Fifteen Trinity students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies were inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for adult students, at a ceremony on May 12, 2008. Chantal Touzet-Bush ’07, who was inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda last year, gave the keynote remarks; she reflected on the juggling act of working and earning a college degree as an adult learner. alpha-sigma-lambda-inductees-2008.jpg

All of the new inductees met the eligibility criteria for the Trinity chapter: they must have at least a 3.75 GPA, have junior or senior standing, have at least 24 residency credits at Trinity, and have at least 12 credits of liberal arts courses. The new members of Alpha Sigma Lambda are:

  • Carleen Edelin Anderson
  • Sarah E. Boutot
  • Kelly A. Brown
  • Pamela Alicia Contreras
  • Allene E. David
  • Kelly R. Etherson-Lefchick
  • Stephanie R. Fosburg
  • Danielle Joy Gregory
  • Angela Lynette Johnson
  • Meaghan L. Murphy
  • Jason H. Pier
  • Elisabeth Marie Rader
  • Julie Elizabeth Raley
  • Ksime Mekeshi Scott
  • Pamela S. Stewart

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