Lycoming College students inducted into Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society

Lycoming College students inducted into Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society

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Lycoming College recently inducted eight students into the Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society during a ceremony on April 8.

Alpha Phi Sigma recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate and graduate students of criminal justice, as well as students pursuing their Juris Doctor degree. The goals of Alpha Phi Sigma are to honor and promote academic excellence, community service, educational leadership and unity. Alpha Phi Sigma is the only criminal justice honor society that is a certified member of the Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

Student inductees included: Deidre Lupia, a senior with a major in psychology from Reading, Pa.; Elizabeth Perez, a senior with a major in psychology from New City, N.Y.; Connor Keenan, a senior with a major in criminal justice from Exton, Pa.; Alexander Bottorff, a senior with a major in history from Cicero, N.Y.; Adam Beacker, a junior with a major in psychology from Ulysses, Pa.; Gwynneth Montis, a junior with a major in psychology from Williamsport, Pa.; Nicole Calella, a sophomore with a major in criminal justice from Branchville, N.J.; and Daniyel Snyder, a sophomore with a major in criminal justice from South Williamsport, Pa.

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