Students inducted into honors society

April 5, 2022 (Volume 45, Number 15)
Article by Michele Coffill

large group of people in alumni house, some have graduation cords around their necks

Members of the Gamma Theta Upsilon, Lambda Omega chapter are pictured: (standing, left to right) Kin Ma, Olivia Fitzgerald, Melissa Blaser, Jeroen Wagendorp, Christina Vann, Martin Holst, Andrew Roszkowski, Robert Larson, Hanna Szydlowski, Nathan Mehmed, Dylan Postma, Diane Miller and Jim Penn; (kneeling, left to right) Eliott Buyce, Avery Koan, Brenna Newhouse and Caryn Myers.


Photo Credit: Valerie Hendrickson

Students were inducted into the International Geographic Honors Society, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Lambda Omega chapter on March 29.

The new inductees bring the chapter's membership to 100. Members have at least B+ grade point averages and provide service to the geographic community.


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This article was last edited on March 30, 2022 at 2:31 p.m.

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