SUNY Delhi Students Inducted into National Honor Societies

Twelve top-performing SUNY Delhi students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, and Alpha Phi Sigma honor societies in a recognition ceremony on campus in April. The inductees fulfilled all requirements for membership and were selected based on their dedication to scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service.

Addressing the inductees at the event, SUNY Delhi Interim Provost David Brower said, “We are so proud of you for this tremendous achievement. You’ve risen to the challenges, persevered, and thrived during your time in college. These abilities will prove valuable in all aspects of your life and continue to ensure your success. Your futures are very bright. Congratulations to all of you.”

Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs. To be eligible for membership, a student must have completed at least 12 hours of associate degree coursework with a cumulative 3.5 GPA. The faculty advisor for the honor society at SUNY Delhi is Associate Professor Heidi Yorke. Students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa were Jacob Hitchcock, Ethan Kinkel, and Jack Madera.

Phi Eta Sigma Honors Society is the third oldest university honor society in the US. Its mission is to award students for achieving high scholastic performance during their first year in the baccalaureate programs. SUNY Delhi students must achieve a cumulative GPA 3.50 and maintain full-time enrollment in a four-year program to be invited into the society. The faculty advisor for the honor society at SUNY Delhi is Assistant Professor Sanum Shafi. Students inducted into Phi Eta Sigma were Ella Davison, Ryan Hunter, and Kristina Messler.

Alpha Phi Sigma Honors Society recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate and graduate students of Criminal Justice.  The faculty co-advisors for the honor society at SUNY Delhi are Assistant Professor Richard Caister and Associate Professor Lindsay Walker. Inductees were Ella Davison, Kimberly Dean, Anthony DeRuggiero, Yasmeen Kablaoui, Kelsey Lackie, Catherine Lusins, and Kenneth Onyeukwu.

The ceremony also recognized students who will be graduating this spring with Phi Theta Kappa and Phi Eta Sigma honors badges. They are Shanek Beck, Skylar Calabro-Lahann, Naomi Espinal Diaz, Marissa Lombardi, Nolan Sears, Joseph Tullo, Krystal Utter, Jordan Wamsley, and Kaitlyn Widrick.

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