Jesuit Honor Society inducts new members

Submitted photo / Robert Myers

JUNIOR SARA Myers receives a certificate and pin from Fr. Quinn as she becomes a member of Alpha Sigma Nu. Myers, along with 68 other students, was inducted into the honor society this past Sunday.

Sara Myers

Faith Editor

The University chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN), the Jesuit Honor Society, inducted 69 new student members as well as four honorary members in the McIlhenny Ballroom on Sunday. In a brunch with student and faculty members of ASN and the inductees and their parents, the Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J. formally accepted each student into the honor society. New student inductees, a full list of whom can be found at the bottom of the page, received a certificate and the ASN pin.

The Jesuit Honor Society searches for individuals at The University who best embody the Jesuit ideals of scholarship, loyalty and service. Every student inductee has a history of strong scholarship at The University, loyalty to the core values of Jesuit education, and commitment to serving for and with others both within and beyond the University community.

In order to be considered for ASN, students must be of at least junior standing and in the top 15 percent of their respective class. Additionally, each college within The University can nominate no more than four percent of each class for consideration. In completing the application, students must submit a resume and a personal statement detailing their commitment to the Jesuit ideals. The selection process is extremely competitive and the students ultimately selected represent a small subset of the best academic students at this University. Once inducted, the students became members of the Jesuit Honor Society for life and may participate in any of the 32 chapters of ASN nationwide at Jesuit institutions of higher education.

Also at the brunch, the Alpha Sigma Nu teacher of the Year Award, formerly known as the Gannon Award, was awarded to Mary Engel, Ph.D. Engel is a professor in the English department as well as the Health Professions Organization (HPO) faculty advisor and the Director of Health-Professional School Placement.

Congratulations to all the new inductees on this exceptional accomplishment.

Honorary Inductees:

  • Will Cohen, B.A., M.Div., Ph.D                    Catherin Lovecchio, B.S., M.S., Ph.D
  • Joseph Kraus, B.A., M.A., Ph.D                    Rev. Patrick Rogers, S.J., B.S., M.S., Ph.D

Inductees:

  • Erin Alexander
  • Erika Beyrent
  • Laura Bopp
  • Alexandra Brennan
  • Mary Bruce
  • Matthew Busch
  • Jaclyn Campson
  • Kathryn Cnudde
  • Caleigh Conahan
  • Victora Crociata
  • Julien Cuny
  • Jessica DePinho
  • Mika Derynoiski
  • Emily Dineen
  • Amanda Downer
  • Richard Dye
  • Richard Endico
  • Regina Fasano
  • Julia Frakes
  • Emily Gardner
  • Kellia Giambrone
  • Alexandra Haber
  • Kylie Hartz
  • Kathleen Healey
  • Kathleen Heslin
  • Cameron Hughes
  • Sarah Jones
  • Josef Kampfe
  • Anne Kennedy
  • Dana Kosman
  • Karla Leiby
  • Randy Lesh
  • Michael Lopatka
  • Jeff Lowry
  • Andrea Mantione
  • Veronika Mazur
  • Kristen McShane
  • Kylie Mignat
  • Kathryn Mortati
  • Kaitlyn Murawski
  • Catherine Murray
  • Sara Myers
  • Andrew Nardone
  • Greta Niedermeyer
  • Shannon O’Brien
  • Matthew Owens
  • Elizabeth Polishan
  • Dana Principe
  • Alyssa Purdy
  • Margarete Reilly
  • Matthew Reynolds
  • Sara Rizzo
  • Kyle Rogers
  • Natalie Russo
  • Samantha Russo
  • Elizabeth Rynar
  • Samantha Saylock
  • Erik Schab
  • Jessica Strassle
  • Michael Suk, M.D.
  • Madalyne Sunday
  • Mackenzie Thompson
  • Patrick Tuzzo
  • Erica Westlake
  • Alexander Wolan
  • Katherine Wroge
  • Lauren Wyant
  • David Yatsonsky
  • Jonathan Zirnheld

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