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    Students Inducted into Jesuit Honor Society

    University of Scranton students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the national honor society for students in Jesuit colleges and universities.
    May 14, 2019

    Fifty-eight University of Scranton students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the national honor society for students in Jesuit colleges and universities, at a ceremony held recently on campus during the spring semester. The Scranton chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu was founded in 1943 and is the oldest honor society at the University. Juniors, seniors and graduate students, including students in doctoral level degree programs, who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service are eligible for membership.

    Also at the ceremony, six community members were given honorary inductions into the honor society. Honorary inductees were Peggy Burke., administrative assistant to the provost; Timothy Foley, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry; Jeff Gingerich, Ph.D., provost and senior vice president for academic affairs; Ryan Sheehan, J.D., assistant director of The Jesuit Center; Rev. Daniel Sweeney, S.J., assistant professor of political science, and University alumna Julianne K. Zaleski, J.D. ’07.

    In addition, Julie Ann Nastasi, Sc.D., assistant professor of occupational therapy at the University, was presented with the Edward Gannon, S.J. Teacher of the Year Award.

    The following undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students at Scranton were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu:

    Sarah B. Aberasturi,
    Briana M. Abrams,
    Marie N. Acker,
    Gabriella M. Allegra,
    Erica L. Armstrong,
    Karlie L. Ashcroft,
    Alyssa K. Azzato,
    Lauren E. Bonitz,
    Daniel R. Buzzerio,
    Isabella G. DeFalcis,
    Kimberly A. Deery,
    Danielle R. Desseyn,
    Matthew P. Didelot,
    Kathryn A. Donnelly,
    Megan E. Dowd,
    Brittany R. DuMont,
    Megan E. Fabian,
    Sela A. Fine,
    Dawn Fisher,
    Jennifer A. Gold,
    Zoe R. Haggerty,
    Lindsey H. Hayde,
    Kristin R. Hextall,
    Madison V. Heaton,
    Lauren E. Hughes,
    Patrick A. Keehan,
    Hailey M. Kindt,
    Emily P. Koerner,
    Sarah E. Kosik,
    Taylor M. Limone,
    Emily M. Loftus,
    Molly Loftus,
    Emily G. Lundeen,
    Jake N. MacDonald,
    Corinne G. Mackenzie,
    Gena Maize,
    Megan J. Manzo,
    Brian A. Martin,
    Elizabeth A. McManus,
    Katey D. Merenyi,
    Andrew J. Milisits,
    Reilly R. Mullin,
    Katherine Musto,
    Rebecca L. Petlansky,
    Anna R. Price,
    Meaghan I. Reeder,
    Lauren A. Roote,
    Emily L. Schramm,
    Elizabeth M. Shaffern,
    Maaz Siddiqui,
    Catherine A. Stapf,
    Brianna E. Stein,
    Brianna N. Strassle,
    Emily M. Suchocki,
    Emily L. Thompson,
    Casey E. Welby,
    Christopher R. Whalen,
    Mia R. Woloszyn.

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