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May 1, 2012 - Fifteen local residents were recently inducted as members of the King’s College Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL), a national honor society which celebrates the scholarship and leadership of adult students in higher education.
The aim of ASL is to provide recognition to highly motivated adult students who have demonstrated academic excellence while facing competing interests of family, community, and work. The national organization was founded in 1946. The King's Alpha Omega Chapter was established in 1974.
Pictured seated, from left, are inductees Kristine Supey, Kelly Flannery, Amanda Frey, April Shumate, Shaliyah Jones, and Jeannette Bartlow.
Pictured standing, from left, are inductees Dr. Denise Reboli, honorary inductee; Mark McCracken; Jill Hall; Jason Herman; Briget Ford; William Ford; Lynn Tarnowski honorary inductee; Linda Rowe; and Timothy Griffith. At far right is Barbara Cresswell, director of adult advisement at King’s and honor society moderator.
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