Cumberland University recently inducted 38 students into its national chapter of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society.
Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes and encourages academic excellence among first-year university students. The society has grown to 276 chapters which are located on prestigious campuses across the nation. The Cumberland chapter was founded in 1988.
“This is an exceptional class of first-year students being inducted into the honor society.” said Dr. C. William McKee, Vice President for Academic Affairs. “Their accomplishments underscore the emphasis that is placed on student success at Cumberland.”
The following students were inducted:
Haley H. Austin of Mt. Juliet, Vienna Isabel Benavides of La Verne, CA, James Robert Bessire of Lebanon, Rebecca Blom of Lebanon, Brianna Bloom of Mt. Juliet, Emily Crouch of Gordonsville, Allison Decker of Cookeville, Katlin Eakes of Lebanon, Nathaniel Braxton Ferrell of Dickson, Samantha Lynn Hendricks of Cedar Hill, Hannah Hollis of Red Boiling Springs, David Huffman Jr. of Old Hickory, Josie Jennings of Gordonsville, Ally Johnson of Gallatin, Gina Kelley of Lebanon, Garrett Scott Kirkland of Carbon Hill, AL, Kaitlen Kisiloski of Stony Plain, AB, Alexis Kopfler of Alexandria, Virginia Sue Lea of Watertown, Joseph Austin Midgett of Lebanon, Jessica Milam of Cottontown, Brandon Gregory Olin of Milton, Chandler Peeples of Conyers, GA, Joshua Andrew Rial of Mt. Juliet, Samantha Leigh Roddam of Murfreesboro, Katie Rodriguez of Lebanon, Nytrellis Ba’Kari Ross of Albany, GA, Dylan Schwartz of Clarksville, Emily Jay Shearer of Lebanon, Savanna Jordan Strode of Celina, Morgan Stuckey of Milan, Charli Vaden of Hickman, Taylor Noelle Wagner of Franklin, Alex West of Goodlettsville, Amber Nicole Winfree of Watertown, Blake Winfree of Gordonsville, Brittany Hope Wiseman of Mt. Juliet, Megan Wrather of Lebanon, Kayelee Young of College Grove.
Once inducted, these students are lifetime members and are eligible for scholarships and numerous leadership opportunities. These students will serve as mentors for future freshmen.
For more information about Cumberland University and the honor societies represented on campus please visit here.