LCCC STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO SIGMA KAPPA DELTA

LCCC STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO SIGMA KAPPA DELTA-The Sigma Kappa Delta Honor Society of Luzerne County Community College recently held an induction ceremony at the College’s Educational Conference Center. Forty-four students were inducted into Sigma Kappa Delta. The central purpose of Sigma Kappa Delta is to confer distinction upon outstanding students of the English language and literature in undergraduate studies. Sigma Kappa Delta also recognizes the accomplishments of professional writers who have contributed to the fields of language and literature. Shown are students inducted into Sigma Kappa Delta who were in attendance at the induction ceremony, front from left: Bonnie Pajka, advisor, Sigma Kappa Delta and assistant professor, English, LCCC; Crystal Rodgers, Arthur Kishbaugh-Leffler, Merissa Sims, David Fox, Drums; Mike Giedosh, Stephanie Marie Evans, and Mary Sullivan, director, student life and athletics, LCCC. Row two: Roseanna Reyes, dean, enrollment management and student development, LCCC; Bernis Sosa, Wilkes-Barre; Beth Stroup, Samanta Cantwell, Mountain Top; Michael Murphy, Susan Bettinger, Melinda Newhart, Teddi Janosov, secretary, student life and athletics, LCCC; and Dr. Dana Charles Clark, provost and vice president, academic affairs, LCCC. Back: Crystal Long, Vanessa Peterson, Jason Wheeland, Amber Davis, Paula Rittenhouse, Marcus Grudzinski, and Katherine Qualles.