June 18, 2002
Non-traditional Purdue students inducted into honor society
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Six Purdue University students have been inducted into the Kappa Tau chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society which recognizes outstanding achievements of nontraditional students.
The students are:
Theresa Prather, a secondary education major from Lafayette, Ind.
Donald Brier, a computer technology major from Attica, Ind.
Dustin Allen, an organizational leadership and supervision major from West Lafayette, Ind.
Nathaniel Cooper, a physics major from Lafayette, Ind.
Eric David, a hospitality and tourism management major from Frankfort, Ind.
Daniel Behn, an industrial distribution major from Prescott, Ariz.
Suzanne Ryan, a special education major from Attica, Ind.
Thomas Lutes, a history major from Darlington, Ind.
John Shelton, a mechanical engineering technology major from Marion, Ind.
Karen Tiede, a psychology major from Rensselaer, Ind.
To qualify for induction into Alpha Sigma Lambda, a student must be at least 24 years old, have completed at least 30 graded credit hours at Purdue, be classified as a junior or senior and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.4 on a 4-point scale.
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