Park University Students Inducted Into National Honor Society For Adult Learners

Friday, May 2, 2014

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May 2, 2014 — The Pi Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society at Park University has announced its newest inductees. The national honor society recognizes adult learners who have excelled in their undergraduate degree programs. It is the only organization in the country that honors adult evening and weekend students.

Park established the Pi Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda in 2010. Requirements for induction include a 3.75 or higher grade point average, senior status, completion of at least 24 semester hours at Park University and evidence of leadership. This semester’s inductees (name, major, city of residence and high school attended, if provided):

          •  Jody D. Abar, criminal justice/law enforcement, Beaufort, S.C.
          •  Lydio Armando Alt, information and computer science/networking, Horizon City, Texas
          •  Kimberly Bradford, management/human resources, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
          •  Larissa Bunker, management/human resources, Parma, Ind.
          •  David Cline, public administration/fire service management, Smithville, Mo.
          •  Ronald L. Davison, management/human resources, New Carlisle, Ohio (attended Maplewood High School, Guys Mills, Pa.)
          •  Juliana Rae Fisher, early childhood education, St. Joseph, Mo. (attended Central High School)
          •  Benjamin S. Fundaburg, public administration/business relations, Knob Noster, Mo.
          •  Will Allen Garner, management, Memphis, Tenn. (attended Northside High School)
          •  Kyle D. Gjerding, management, Grand Forks, N.D.
          •  Jason A Grayson, management, Beaufort, S.C.
          •  Thomas Alfred Gregory, management/accounting, Oceanside, Calif. (attended Hudson’s Bay High School, Vancouver, Wash.)
          •  Abdiel Manuel Maldonado, management/marketing, Santa Ana, Calif. (attended Asbury Park (N.J.) High School)
          •  Ryan M. Maline, public administration/homeland security, Grove City, Ohio (attended Southmoreland High School, Alverton, Pa.)
          •  Marcus Aaron McDuffie, social psychology/human development, El Paso, Texas (attended Delaware Valley High School, Philadelphia, Pa.)
          •  Carla Ja-na Mitchell, management/health care, Lee’s Summit, Mo.
          •  Sadie J. Mohr, social work, Hale, Mo. (attended Hale High School)
          •  Beverly Anne Moreno, management, Sahuarita, Ariz.
          •  Torrie Lennette Pettaway, management/human resources, Cibolo, Texas
          •  Daniel Joseph Pfeiffer, English literature, Beaver Crossing, Neb. (attended Seward [Neb.] High School)
          •  Magen Alisha Joanna Prete, management/health care, Phoenix, Ariz. (attended Warrensburg (Mo.) High School)
          •  Don Ross, management/logistics, Kettering, Ohio
          •  Alexander Sanchez, criminal justice administration/corrections, El Paso, Texas (attended Socorro [N.M.] High School)
          •  Krystal Scialdone, criminal justice administration/corrections, El Paso, Texas
          •  Jorge Carlos Sias, information and computer science/software engineering, El Paso, Texas
          •  Kasey Lynn Skidmore, Parkville, Mo. (attended Raytown [Mo.] High School)
          •  Jahaun Kardelle Stafford, information and computer science/networking, Grand Forks, N.D.
          •  Andre Thomas, social psychology, El Paso, Texas
          •  Miranda Vandenberg, management/health care, Hereford, Ariz.