Upsilon Gamma Chapter
Students in the Communication Arts & Sciences major and minor who qualify may choose to join the college’s chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the national honor society for Communication Arts & Sciences. As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies, Lambda Pi Eta has over 420 active chapters at colleges and universities worldwide.
Students who hold at least a 3.0 GPA after 60 credits and a 3.25 after 12 credits in Communication Arts & Sciences. Students inducted are honored at an induction dinner and wear honor cords/stoles and pins to their graduation ceremonies.
Latoya Wiley is happy to be inducted into Lamda Pi Eta (Fall 2013)
CAS Faculty poses with recent inductees into Lamda Pi Eta (Spring 2013)
Austin McCue, Brooke Kirkpatrick, Quatima Spearman, and Brenna Lafferty pose with other CAS students who have been inducted to Lamda Pi Eta (Spring 2013)
Sharon Jones, Latoya Wiley, John Letterman, Sarah Refait, Chris Brendel and Cassy pose for a picture after being inducted into Lamda Pi Eta (Fall 2013)
Chris Brendel, Latoya Wiley, John Letterman, Sharon Jones, and Sarah Refiat pose with other CAS students and faculty after being inducted into Lambda Pi Eta. (Fall 2013)
From left to right (Back row): Dr. Paul Frye, Dr. Cheryl Nicholas, Sarah Alpha, Zack Karazsia, Dan Berg, Megan Rudy, Nate Synder, Dr. Rachel Friedman; (Front row): Dr. Michele Ramsey and Savannah Ganster
In the photo from left to right: (Back row) Professor Paul Frye, Chapter President Madonna Delfish, Mandy Moore, Ruben Vandermeij, Anne Desdardins, Amro Fadel, and Professor Rachel Friedman. (Front Row) Professor Michele Ramsey, Laura Wohlbruck, Professor Cheryl Nicholas.
In the photo from left to right: Madonna Delfish, Katrina Lee, Adrian Campbell, Samar Eid, Professor Michele Ramsey, Jennifer Mann, and Chapter President Michelle Fehnel.
2006 Induction--Lambda Pi Eta's first induction at the Academic Awards Ceremony
In this photo from left to right: Chancellor Susan P. Speece, Professor Michele Ramsey, Kristen Adams, Michelle Fehnel, and Brianne Houck.
- BA in Communication Arts & Sciences