University of South Carolina

University inducts 10 in adult-student honor society

The University of South Carolina inducted 10 members into the Mu chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society for adult students.

Founded in 1945, Alpha Sigma Lambda recognizes the academic success of adult students. South Carolina chartered its ASL chapter in 2000.

ASL inductees include:

● Callie Anderson of Cayce;

● Kathryn Barry of Columbia;

● Heather Brockington of Sumter;

● Russell Brown of Columbia;

● Shawna Fosdick of Gaston;

● Jason Harris of Columbia;

● Edward McHenry of Columbia;

● Marie J. Moore of Fairfax;

● Mandy ONeill of Cayce; and

● Dylan Rustemeyer of Columbia.

In addition to students, three faculty members were inducted. They are John Abdalla, Extended University; Sheryl Kline, College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management; and Matthew Rashotte, Extended University.

For more information about the 2011 inductees to Alpha Sigma Lambda, contact Harriet Hurt, director of adult-student services for the University of South Carolina, at 803-777-8155.

Posted: 06/06/11 @ 9:55 AM | Updated: 06/06/11 @ 9:57 AM | Permalink