The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

Local Schools

April 8, 2010

Ashford students inducted into national honor society

CLINTON — Ashford University students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society for students in continuing education, recently.

To attain membership in the Alpha Lambda chapter, students must seek their first Bachelor’s degree, be in the highest 20 percent of students, based upon GPA, and have completed a minimum of 24 credits at Ashford University and a minimum of 12 credits of liberal arts coursework.

Inducted into the honor society from Ashford’s ASPIRE accelerated education program were Mary Ambrosy, Maquoketa; Joel Atkinson, Clinton; Rachael Delp, Mount Carroll, Ill.; Jason George, Clinton; Evangeline Lindstrom, Pleasant Valley; Jaime Naughton, Clinton; Jeff Raab, Fulton, Ill.; Michael Sellers, Moline, Ill.; and Andrea Troxel, Clinton.

ASPIRE students joining  via online include Jenissa Campbell, Thomson, Ill.; Shelly Mensinger, Camanche; and Stephany Wulf, Clinton.

The honor inductees into Alpha Sigma Lambda were Cindy Combs, director, Center for External Studies; Cynthia Martinek, associate dean of the College of Education; and James Jeremiah, vice president of Academic Affairs.

Alpha Sigma Lambda was founded in 1945 to honor students. There are more than 300 chartered chapters throughout the United States. The Alpha Lambda chapter of Ashford was established in 2007.

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