Honor Society Inducts New Members
The Delta Mu Sigma Honor Society at Penn State DuBois has inducted its new members for the Fall 2011 semester. There are currently 140 members of the society.
In order to qualify for membership students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above, and be involved in campus or community service.
"Being inducted into this prestigious organization is an honor," Delta Mu Sigma Board Chairman Adam Snyder told his fellow students, "It is our hope that you will become involved in this organization and make it stronger, contributing to Penn State DuBois and our community."
Delta Mu Sigma reaches out to DuBois and the surrounding area by offering community service such as a "Dine Out" event at Luigi's Restaurant, with part of the proceeds benefiting scholarship funds. Members have volunteered with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, and organize a haunted house on campus each Halloween and donate proceeds to local charities. Tony Vallone, the society's faculty advisor and campus English professor noted the charitable work done by Delta Mu Sigma Members. He said, "We are evolving as an organization. We are a service organization, serving the campus and our community."
Students inducted into Delt Mu Sigma this fall are Cori Bus, Emily Callender, Timothy Clouser, Rachel Fairman, Anita Johnston, Rebecca Kear, Amanda Lockwood, Gloria McGarry, Kylie McGarry, Ashley Meyer, Adrienne Painter, Priya Patel, Andrew Piccolo, Kayla Shaffer, Jeremy Shoffstall, Ashley Stauffer, Jocelyn Stauffer, Jeremy Stiles, Aleshia Weible, and Marla Zaffuto.
Pictured is the Delta Mu Board with new members who attended the induction luncheon.
Board members seated in front, left to right, are: Jaci Gordon, communications officer; Staci Neal, Public Relations Officer; Colleen Coudriet, secretary; Adam Snyder, chairman; Ed Williams, co-chairman; Beau Hooftallen, treasurer.
Standing, left to right are: Marla Zaffuto, Adrienne Painter, Anita Johnston, Emily Callender, Priya Patel, Aleshia Weible, Tony Vallone, faculty advisor; Andrew Piccolo, Rachel Fairman, Ashley Stauffer, Jocelyn Stauffer, and Timothy Clouser.