Berks students inducted into communication honor society
Five Penn State Berks students were recently inducted into the Upsilon Gamma chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association (NCA). Upsilon Gamma is the Berks chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, which has over 400 active chapters at four-year colleges and universities worldwide.
The students included the following Communication Arts and Sciences majors: seniors Phil Erdman from Barto, PA; Ashley Gardner from Mohnton, PA; and Turquoise Jackson from Sinking Spring, PA; and juniors Connor Hough from Telford, PA; and Danielle Moser from Mohrsville, PA. Moser works in the Registrar’s Office at Penn State Berks.
The NCA works to enhance research, teaching, and service produced by its members on topics of both intellectual and social significance and is the oldest and largest national organization to promote communication scholarship and education.
For more information, contact Dr. Michele Ramsey, Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences and Women's Studies and Coordinator of the Communication Arts and Sciences degree program at 610-396-6148 or via e-mail at EMR10@psu.edu.