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MU KAPPA LAMBDA INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS
Mu Kappa Lambda Inductees for 2009-2010: front row, left to right: John Whitehouse, Valerie Swann, Lisa Coomer, Shannon Wildes, Angela McMahan, Tenise Smith, Phelisa Underwood, Shentell Ramsey, Robert Greene, Aubrey Raper; back row, left to right: Michael Mace, David Bradley, Andre’ Wilson, Tina Ramsey, Marla Reese, Michelle Luther, John Wells, Heather Holdredge; Not pictured: Tammy Bryson
Mu Kappa Lambda, the Mars Hill College honor society for nontraditional students, inducted 16 new student members and three honorary members in a ceremony Friday, April 30, at Belk Auditorium on the campus.
Mu Kappa Lambda is the local chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society devoted to the advancement of scholarship and to the recognition of nontraditional and adult students who are continuing their higher education. The Society was established in 1945 and now exists in over 300 institutional chapters throughout the country.
To be eligible for induction into Mu Kappa Lambda, a continuing education student must have completed 24 hours of graded coursework, while maintaining a grade point average of 3.4 on a 4.0 scale and a position in the top 10 % of his or her class.
Mu Kappa Lambda inductees for 2009-2010, listed with their majors and hometowns are:
David Bradley, business management, Clyde
Tammy Bryson, elementary education, Asheville
Lisa Coomer, elementary education, Marshall
Robert Greene, business management, Marshall
Heather Holdredge, social work, Marshall
Michele Luther, elementary education, Marshall
Michael Mace business management, Weaverville
Angela McMahan, business management, Leicester
Shentell Ramsey, business management, Burnsville
Tina Ramsey, social work, Leicester
Marla Reese, business management, Mars Hill
Tenise Smith, special education, Marion
Valerie Swann, special education, Burnsville
Phelisa Underwood, social work, Asheville
Andre’ Wilson, business management, Black Mountain
Shannon Wildes, middle grades education, Asheville
Aubrey Raper, Mars Hill College instructor of sociology
Dr. John Wells, Mars Hill College vice president of academic and student affairs
Dr. John Whitehouse, Mars Hill College adjunct math & science professor.