Honor societies induct new members
Omicron Delta Kappa
From left to right: Nathan Rinard, Marrisa N. Volonino, Dorothy Claire Earner, Emily Hesse, Jonathan Jacob Heeren, Susan Toman-Jones, Joshua James Hynson, Marie A. Clary, Myles Anthony Hairston, Katie Cataldo, Jon C. Bannan, Kelcy M. Brown, Sydney Lian Anderson, Spencer King, Stormie Eve Malik, Hilary L. Legge, Jakob A. Curtis, Blanca O. Navarro, Dr. Miles K. Davis and Brad Earl Dinklocker. Not pictured: J’Dana Holsinger, Joshua Must, Tamytha M. Ohlschwager, Justine C. Preston and Heather M. Sink.
Leadership has always been an important component of the experiences students have at Shenandoah University. Every year, the National Leadership Honor Society Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), awards outstanding leaders and recognizes them for hard work. On Sunday, Feb. 24, ODK inducted over 15 students who have shown exceptional leadership skills in their different roles at S.U.
Established in 1994, ODK was the first college honor society of a national scope to award recognition and honor for meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities, and to encourage the development of general campus citizenship.
ODK now has chapters at 298 colleges and universities across the nation. Congratulations to all the new inductees!
Alpha Lambda Delta
On Sunday March 3, 2013, Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) inducted 81 new members. ALD is a national society that honors students who achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher during their first semester at Shenandoah University. Inductees and their families were invited for the ceremony and lunch in the Ferrari Room. The keynote speaker was Dr. Miles Davis.
2013 ALD New Members:
Kari Delemarre- Brand
Anna Marie Everett
Jasper Jade Raguindin