The School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta hosted an April 24 induction ceremony welcoming 105 new members.
The Elon University School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta celebrated its 21st annual induction ceremony on April 24, recognizing the academic achievements of 105 new members.
To see photos from the ceremony, visit the School of Communications’ Flickr album.
The Elon chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, an organization affiliated with the National Communication Association, got its start in 1998.
Any School of Communications student is eligible for membership when he or she has completed at least 60 hours of university credit, with at least 12 of those hours in the School of Communications.
Members must possess no less than a 3.0 overall GPA, and a GPA of at least 3.25 in the School of Communications.
In 2013, the National Communication Association named Elon's chapter of Lambda Pi Eta the national Chapter of the Year and Associate Professor Frances Ward-Johnson the Adviser of the Year.
Associate Professor Amanda Sturgill currently serves as the chapter’s adviser.
2019 Lambda Pi Eta Inductees