This year's Lambda Pi Eta inductees include, from left, Jamie Magone, Franklin Heinzmann, Jade King, Greg Jubert, Ciara Cornelia, Makayla Kanavy, Megan Hess, and Rachel Kaufman.

Eight Niagara University students were inducted into Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society for undergraduate communication students. The ceremony was held March 20 in St. Vincent’s Hall.

This year’s Lambda Pi Eta inductees include:

  • Jamie Magone
  • Franklin Heinzmann
  • Jade King
  • Greg Jubert
  • Ciara Cornelia
  • Makayla Kanavy
  • Megan Hess
  • Rachel Kaufman

These students were recognized for their dedication to the department and for their hard work throughout their time at Niagara University. To be eligible for induction into Lambda Pi Eta, NU students must maintain a cumulative (and major) grade point average of at least 3.50. They must have earned at least 60 credits at Niagara, with at least 12 of those credits earned within communication studies.

The National Communication Association was founded in 1914 and nationally recognizes Lambda Pi Eta as its undergraduate honor society for students. As the largest professional association for the study of communication in the world, students are receiving a lifetime membership to a society in which they can further their success.

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