Area Residents Inducted into Honor Society at St. Joe's
Saint Joseph's University's Omega chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AEL) honor society inducted the following students for their academic achievement, leadership and service.
Abington resident Brenda Armstrong, a graduate student in Criminal Justice.
King of Prussia resident Anne Foley, a Instructional Technology major.
Norristown resident Karen Pinto, a Organizational Development and Leadership major.
Blue Bell resident Carolyn Donohue, a Education major.
Ambler resident Christopher Wiegand, a Training and Organizational Development major.
Collegeville resident Bethanne Mascio, a Secondary Education major.
Collegeville resident Taryn Stevens, a Secondary Education major.
Established in 1990, AEL is the nation's only society established exclusively for graduate students. To be eligible, students must demonstrate leadership through involvement in on- or off-campus activities while pursuing their degree, and must academically place in the top 35 percent of the University's graduate students.
AEL's Omega chapter at Saint Joseph's, which inducts new members annually, is currently one of 37 university chapters nationwide. Armstrong was one of 305 students inducted into the Omega chapter this year.