Lycoming College students inducted into criminal justice honor society

The Lycoming College Gamma Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, a national criminal justice honor society, inducted several students during a ceremony in April.

Alpha Phi Sigma promotes academic excellence, community service, educational leadership, and unity among members. In order to be considered for this recognition, members must have a declared major or minor in either criminal justice or criminology; completed at least three full time semesters or its equivalent; completed at least four courses (16 credits) required by the criminal justice or criminology major or minor; achieved a current minimum overall grade point average of 3.20; and achieved a current minimum criminal justice or criminology major or minor grade point average of 3.20.

The following students were inducted:

Julie Ann Bower
Anna Christine Summers
Kyle Logan Drick
Elora Lyn Romanowski
Nicalus Austin Harclerode
Reilly Jane Groder
McKenzie Alexis Hall
Whitney Lynn Landis

Kirsten Hutzell, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, is the advisor for Lycoming College’s chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma.

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