To support our Core Value of Education of Distinction, Presentation College has launched a new honor society, Lambda Pi Eta (LPH), the National Communication Association’s official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. The organization seeks to recognize the academic achievement of outstanding students in Communication, as well as promote the profession. The Alpha Zeta Kappa chapter was launched in Fall 2020 and is open to students of any major that meet the requirements for membership, including a GPA requirement.
Members of this honor society meet periodically throughout the academic year for activities, speakers, and other events in collaboration with other Presentation College organizations and contribute to special Communication program projects, like set-up for the new Multimedia Center. This membership also connects students to resources for scholarship and professional connections through the National Communication Association.
The chapter was officially launched before winter break with a membership induction ceremony, which was presented by Deb Schuelke, Communication Program Director/Advisor; Dr. Trisha Waldman, Dean of Social Sciences & Humanities; and Dr. Diane Duin, Vice President for Academic Affairs. The inaugural class includes: Alexander Karp (President), Nimish Gounder (Vice President), Rodney Axson, Marshal Chace, Josie Clemens, Gaige Marshall, Riggs Tann, Ta’Mario Tufts, and Ashley Veech-Harris.
Pictured left to right: Marshal Chace, Riggs Tann, Alexander Karp, Nimish Gounder, Rodney Axson, Ta’Mario Tufts, and Jose Clemens.