Eleven Students Inducted into Communication Honor Society

April 22, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman
Announcements, College of Arts & Sciences, Communication Studies, Students

  • Lambda Pi Eta

    The newest members of Lambda Pi Eta are Carly Schul, Victoria Pascuzzi, Rebecca Hamilton, Nick Solly, Ashley Dilcher, Cole Bielecki, Leanne Stuck and Kayleigh Tierson. Not pictured: Courtney Corbetta, Daniel King and Amanda Medole.

  • Lambda Pi Eta
  • Lambda Pi Eta
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  • Lambda Pi Eta
  • Lambda Pi Eta

Eleven Niagara University students became lifetime members of Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society for undergraduate communication students, during an induction ceremony held Saturday, April 20, in St. Vincent’s Hall.

The following students are the newest members of Lambda Pi Eta:

  • Cole Bielecki (of Franklinville, N.Y.)
  • Courtney Corbetta (Lewiston, N.Y.)
  • Ashley Dilcher (Oakfield, N.Y.)
  • Rebecca Hamilton (Niagara Falls, N.Y.)
  • Daniel King (South Glen Falls, N.Y.)
  • Amanda Medole (Akron, Pa.)
  • Victoria Pascuzzi (East Aurora, N.Y.)
  • Carly Schul (Lewiston, N.Y.)
  • Nick Solly (West Seneca, N.Y.)
  • Leanne Stuck (Williamsville, N.Y.)
  • Kayleigh Tierson (Clifton Springs, N.Y.)

To be eligible for the Omicron Iota chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, NU students must possess a cumulative grade point average (G.P.A.) of at least 3.50, a major G.P.A. of at least 3.50, and have earned at least 60 credits at Niagara, with at least 12 of those credits earned within communication studies.

Honorees received a recognition pin, a certificate of achievement and an honor cord that can be worn with their regalia at graduation to signify their achievement.

Lambda Pi Eta is the nationally recognized undergraduate honor society of the National Communication Association, an academic and professional organization created in 1914. It is the largest professional association for the study of communication in the world. Since 2003, Niagara has hosted a university chapter of the honor society to recognize the achievements of its communication studies students.

For more information on Niagara University’s communication studies programs, please call 716.286.8285 or visit www.niagara.edu/communication.