Park University Students Inducted into National Honor Society for Adult Learners

Parkville, Mo.—Dec. 11, 2013 — The Pi Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society at Park University has announced its newest inductees. The national honor society recognizes adult learners who have excelled in their undergraduate degree programs. It is the only organization in the country that honors adult evening and weekend students.

Park established the Pi Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda in 2010. Requirements for induction include a 3.75 or higher grade point average, senior status, completion of at least 24 semester hours at Park University and evidence of leadership. This year’s inductees (name, major, city of residence and high school attended, if provided): •Latisha M. Anduaga, social psychology, Corpus Christi, Texas •Shelby Dawn Bech, social psychology, Great Falls, Mont. •Lawrence Joseph Bergen, management/computer information systems, Lee’s Summit, Mo. (attended Robert E. Lee High School, Houston, Texas) •Michael E. Black, social psychology, Havelock, N.C. •Carlotta Angelique Campuzano, social psychology, El Paso, Texas •Jennifer D. Carlisle, social psychology, Warrensburg, Mo. •Randy D. Chavez, information and computer science/networking, San Angelo, Texas •Tashara S. Claudio, early childhood education/leadership, Incirlik Air Force Base, Adana, Turkey •Jamie Michelle Craig, secondary education/social studies, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Monett [Mo.] High School) •Michael Louis Desautels, public administration, Holt, Mo. (attended Excelsior Springs [Mo.] High School) •Jacqeline Nicole DeWinkler, management/marketing, Kansas City, Mo. (attended St. Joseph [Mo.] Christian School) •Rachel Marie Dougherty, criminal justice/corrections, Paradise, Calif. (attended White House [Tenn.] High School) •Stephenie Rachelle Eaton, psychology, Independence, Mo. •Ryan Ellis, information and computer science/software engineering, Liberty, Mo. (attended Lee’s Summit [Mo.] North High School) •Luis Ramon Gasparini, management/marketing, Austin, Texas (attended Edward S. Marcus High School, Flower Mound, Texas) •Dawn Gayden, management, San Antonio, Texas (attended Groesbeck [Texas] High School) •John Mark Guillaum, management, Beavercreek, Ohio (attended Wayne High School, Huber Heights, Ohio) •Gail A. Guinasso, management, Seabrook, N.H. •Rodney T. Harmon, management/logistics, Columbus, Ohio •Martin Edward Hinski, criminal justice/law enforcement, El Paso, Texas (attended J. Frank Dobie High School, Houston, Texas) •Corey Kendall Hill, management/engineering, Saint Robert, Mo. •Angela R. Lee, management/computer information systems, Cameron, N.C. •Jose O. Lopez, management/finance, La Marque, Texas (attended Ball High School, Galveston, Texas) •Yajaira Masslow, management/human resources, Hurlburt Field, Fla. •Alvina E. Mannix, social psychology, Dayton, Ohio •Cheryl Ann McDearmon, management, Belleville, Ill. (attended Mascoutah [Ill.] High School) •Laura Ann McFadden, nursing, Liberty, Mo. (attended North Kansas City [Mo.] High School) •Larry Gordon Miller, management, Munford, Tenn. •Elizabeth Miranda, management, El Paso, Texas •Crystal Lynn Nava, social psychology, El Paso, Texas •Marco A. Nava Jr., management/computer information systems, El Paso, Texas (attended Socorro [Texas] High School) •Arthur James Norman, information and computer science/software engineering, Thornville, Ohio •Nicholas Ryan Norton, management, Blue Springs, Mo. (attended Fort Osage High School, Independence, Mo.) •Patrick T. Nunes, information and computer science/networking, Dover, Del. •Thomas J. O’Keefe Jr., management, Frederick, Md. •Detorea R. Oliver, management/logistics, Layton, Utah •Sanae Orchi, management, Fort Irwin, Calif. •Monica Ortega, social psychology, El Paso, Texas •Chanelle Josette Ortez, social psychology, U.S. Army Garrison, Yongsan, South Korea •Gregory Padilla, criminal justice/security, Tucson, Ariz. •Kenneth C. Pettitt, management/marketing, Waukesha, Wis. (attended Muskego [Wis.] High School) •Amanda Rose Pisarcik, social psychology/clinical and abnormal, El Paso, Texas •Lori Beth Reynolds, social work, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Winnetonka High School) •Mahala C. Scott, social psychology, Barstow, Calif. •David Michael Shamieh, business administration/management, Havelock, N.C. (attended Tates Creek High School, Lexington, Ky.) •Tara Marie Stafford, geography, Odenton, Md. (attended Sequoia High School, Redwood City, Calif.) •Rhonda Wynne Statham, interdisciplinary studies, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Truman High School, Independence, Mo.) •Melvin Rene Tackno, management, El Paso, Texas (attended Thibodaux [La.] High School) •Brandi I. Teel, management/accounting major, Great Falls, Mont. (attended Governor Thomas Johnson High School, Frederick, Md.) •Jeanine Varady, social psychology, Independence, Mo. (attended Longwood High School, Middle Island, N.Y.) •Mary B. VerStraten, social psychology, Troy, Ohio •Brian C. Virden, management, Eagle River, Ark. (attended Sterling Heights [Mich.] High School) •Taylor L. Whipple, psychology, Lee’s Summit, Mo.

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