Thursday, November 15, 2012

Sigma Tau Delta to hold 13th induction on December 1

The 13th WMU Sigma Tau Delta Induction
Saturday, December 1, at 3 p.m.
3025 Brown Hall

The following students will be inducted into the Alpha Nu Pi chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society, on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 3 p.m. The event will be held in 3025 Brown. All faculty, staff, students, friends, and family are invited.

Congratulations Fall 2012 inductees!

Robin Michelle Blanchard
Andrew Candela
Samantha J. Clark
Kayle Dembowski
Emily Eshuis
Shannon E. Hascall- Reyes
Chelsea Holmes
Kenneth Ronald Jakubas
Caitlin J. Kuhn
Gregory Allen Lowe
Kimberly M. Moehle
Samantha Jo Nelson
Paige Elizabeth O'Shea
Gavin M. Powell
Michelle Midori Repke
Michael Jay Reeves
Claire Robbins
Jessica Marie Robinson
Lauren Kathleen Schmitt
Alyssa Luerine Schramm
Megan R. Schwark
Emma Smith
Tyler James Smith
Gloria Tannis-Coward
Bradley George Tanguay
Jessica Van
Kevin Vesecky
Andrea Lee Walker
Alesia Ann Walsh
Mary Elizabeth Westveer
Robbie L. Williams

Chartered in December 2005 and now with over 300 active and alumni members, the Alpha Nu Pi chapter at Western Michigan University is one of the largest and most active in the country. Membership in Sigma Tau Delta comes with many opportunities for students to participate in academic, professional, service, and social activities on campus and beyond, to share their interests with a vibrant community of like-minded students here at WMU, and to become part of a network of tens of thousands of Sigma Tau Delta members and alumni worldwide.

Admission to Sigma Tau Delta involves a one-time fee of $50, which entitles students to lifetime membership in the national organization ($40) and in the Alpha Nu Pi chapter ($10). However, since 2009, the Alpha Nu Pi chapter has been proud to cover the costs of membership for all new inductees, and we are pleased to be in a position to continue this tradition in 2012-13. Thanks to ongoing support from the College of Arts and Sciences (and especially Dean Alex Enyedi), the Department of English at WMU, and generous individual gifts from WMU faculty, staff, and alumni, and other friends of Sigma Tau Delta, all WMU students who meet the academic standards for membership in Sigma Tau Delta may join at no charge.

We invite faculty and staff, along with family and friends of inductees, to join us for the Fall 2012 induction ceremony and reception on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 3 p.m., in 3025 Brown. This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate many of our finest students, so we hope to see you there!

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