Adult, business students recognized at honor society induction

Mercyhurst College recently honored 46 of its highest achieving adult and undergraduate students by inducting them in two national honor societies: Alpha Sigma Lambda and Delta Mu Delta. Mercyhurst President Dr. Thomas J. Gamble and James Breckenridge, dean of the Walker School of Business; presided over the April 26 installation ceremony.

Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) recognizes highly motivated adult students who are continuing their undergraduate education while managing the responsibilities of work and family. Inductees must be in the top 10 percent of their class. This year’s Mercyhurst inductees include: Michele Barlow, Michael Bish, Carolyn Cartwright, Emily Harbursky, Caitlyn Haener, Eric Jackson, Emily Jageman, Michelle Kosko, Kathleen Moore, Samantha Palmer, Basil Ronzitti, Lindy-Jo Smart and Penny Spacht.

Thirty-three students were inducted into Delta Mu Delta, the national business administration honor society for undergraduate and adult students. They include: Alexander Beck, Kelley Berchtold, Kelly Rae Binner, David Brooks, Angela Calabretta, Stephanie Caluori, Jake Coin, Jenea Corby, Grace Dollinger, Meaghen Dube, Emily Harbursky, Jeffrey Hartman, Brian Johns, Amber Johnson, Christina Kreuter, Daniel Lish, Angela Long, Courtney Loper, Michelle Magermans, Hailee Maiorano, Johanna Malmstrom, Hillary Mando, Jamie Stewart, Andrea Moncada, Maegan Mueller, Michelle Meyers, Vasilios Ninopoulos, Rebekah O’Connor, Tiffany Rathbun, Nicholas Schultz, Patricia Wisinski, Joseph Spadafore and Benjamin Pratt.

Also during the ceremony the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants Award was presented to Vasilios Ninopoulos by Will Rice, C.P.A., an assistant professor of accounting. The award is given annually to the graduating accounting major with the highest grade point average.
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