GWU Students Join Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society

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College of Adult and Distance Education Sponsors 36 Members of Academic Organization

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. — Gardner-Webb University inducted 36 new members into the Gamma Beta Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society for adult students on Nov. 9.

In a ceremony in GWU’s Tucker Student Center, 33 students and three honorary inductees joined the society as representatives of the College of Adult and Distance Education at Gardner-Webb.

Joining Alpha Sigma Lambda as honorary members were Homer Craig, coordinator of the criminal justice program and instructor of social science at Gardner-Webb; Nicole Waters, director of the RN to BSN Program and assistant professor of nursing at GWU; and Lane Wesson, chair of the GWU Online Elementary Education Program and associate professor of education.

Student inductees included:

Dianne Lail Ashdown

Shane Patrice Bailey

Cynthia Denise Brown

Winslow Hubert Cannon

Nina Corder

Michael Dean Creighton

Carrie Elizabeth Dellinger

Angie F. Duncan

Gwen E. Greene

Leah M. Hamel

Preston Scott Hensley

Matthew L. Holland Jr.

Sheila Bolinger Hoyle

Jaime Johnson

Zachariah Jolly

Daniel Shannon Jones

Charmaine J. Lucas

Kelia Thompson Maner

Emily Anne Matney Hamby

Kim Margo Lewis

Tammy Lynn Martin

Billie S. Pierce

Joshua S. Poteat

Brandon Lee Rayle

Susan Martin Reynolds

Katherine D. Robinson

Andrea Rose Rodriguez

Rikki Lee Rogers

Raleigh Edward Scales

Lakynn Louise Splichal

David Rhett Timmerman

Jennifer Waugh

Benjamin Samuel Wise

The Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society was established in 1946 to honor superior scholarship and leadership to adult students. It is the largest and oldest chapter-based honor society for full and part-time adult students, with chapters at more than 250 colleges and universities.

Located in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb University offers a comprehensive academic experience that introduces students to the diverse world of ideas and to the people who think them, preparing them for professional success and for productive citizenship.