Lambda Pi Eta members, front row, left-right: Rachel Ellis, Kali Stover, Georgie Milbrodt (Vice President), Alaina Sequin (President), and Josiah Berry
Back row, left-right: Xinlu Yu (Faculty Adviser), Jenelle Bayus (Historian), Gail Ambuske (Department Chair), Lauren Peacock, Ann Riddle, Charles Sanders and Megan Jennings (Secretary)
Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s honorary society, inducted four new members into Hiram College’s Zeta Lambda chapter on March 14. The ceremony was led by the Zeta Lambda chapter executive board, club adviser Xinlu Yu and several communication faculty members.
Lambda Pi Eta recognizes, fosters and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement while stimulating interest in the communication discipline. The Zeta Lambda chapter holds events during the year such as the Annual Networking Night. In previous years, eligible inductees were undergraduate and Weekend College students completing degrees in communication, management, accounting and even the natural and medical sciences.
The 2016-2017 inductees are, from left to right:
Lauren Peacock – Sociology – 2016
Bishop Sanders – Communication, Political Science – 2017
Ann Riddle – Political Science – 2016
Not pictured: Corey Stamco – Communication, Management – 2017
The students inducted this year have earned 60 hours of undergraduate credits, maintained a cumulative GPA above 3.0, completed 12 semester hours of communication coursework with a departmental GPA above 3.25, and are in the upper 35% of their graduating classes.