For Immediate Release
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May 23, 2012 - Twenty three King’s College students and one faculty member were recently inducted to Pennsylvania Lambda Chapter, King’s College, of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the national health pre-professional honor society. The Society is dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship and science.
The King’s chapter is one of 12 active in Pennsylvania. Requirements for entry are an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 and the same minimum GPA in the sciences following at least five semesters of coursework. “Significant service to the College and community” is also listed as a requirement for admission.
Pictured seated in front row, from left, are student inductees Alison Kearns, Gianna Cordasco, Justyna Cerefin, Emily Buchman, Heather Bowman, and Laura Barna.
Pictured in second row, from left, is Mary Sanders, associate laboratory professor in biology; and student inductees Kayla Rutkoski, Lauren Pristash, Brooke Whiteko, Shelby Munson, Melissa Loomis, Samantha Shelton, and Matthew Kujat.
Pictured in third row, from left, are student inductees Anne Shaffer, John Prater, Corey White, Kirsten Wetzel, Ashtyn Stang, Daniel Simpson, and Elyse Laneski.
Absent from photo were student inductees Tanya Cheeseman, Amanda Horton and Douglas Krysan.