Lock Haven University’s 2010 inductees into Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society. Seated, left to right: Andrew W. Miller, Desjenée Davis, Casey Ann French. Standing, left to right: Chad F. Savrock, Julie M. Pursell, Brian J. Williamson, Dennis W. Twigg, and Brittany Lynn Beach. Not pictured: Kurt W. Ledebur.
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. - Lock Haven University is a member of the Pennsylvania State
System of Higher Education (PASSHE), the largest provider of higher education in
the commonwealth. Its 14 universities offer more than 250 degree and certificate
programs in more than 120 areas of study. Nearly 405,000 system alumni live and
work in Pennsylvania.
The Lock Haven University Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society welcomed new members at its 2010 reception and induction ceremony on Wednesday, October 24.
Among the requirements for membership in Alpha Phi Sigma is a 3.2 grade point average, both in the discipline and overall.
The inductees and their guests were welcomed by Dr. Tamson Six, professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and faculty adviser to Iota Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma. Dr. David L. White, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences congratulated both the inductees and their professors for the hard work and dedication that enabled the students to achieve this honor.
Dr. White’s comments were echoed by Dr. Barbara B. Dixon, interim president of the university, who offered words of congratulations and praise to both the students and their faculty.
Alpha Phi Sigma is the only Criminal Justice Honor Society for Criminal Justice Majors. The society recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate, graduate students of criminal justice, as well as juris doctorate. Founded in 1942, the society has over three hundred and sixty Chapters. Alpha Phi Sigma is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies.