Columbia College–Rolla students inducted into honor societies

Nearly 40 high-achieving students were recently inducted into two national honor societies at Columbia College–Rolla campus.

Alpha Sigma Lambda is a national honor society recognizing special academic achievements of adult students. Those selected for the honor must have a high GPA and be worthy of recognition for their service to school, community, church and/or family. ASL, whose motto is “First in scholarship and leadership,” holds two induction ceremonies each academic year. Columbia College faculty members Ken Clayton and Brian Bilderback were the featured speakers. This year’s inductees were:

Brandy Adkins
Lori Allen
Mary Atherton
Amanda Butler
Ashley Butler
Donna Cooper
Sherie Diedrich
Marilyn Disser
Karen Ebert-Meyer
Eric Gahr
John Hanrahan
Christie Horning
Maria Kardon
Sherah Kelly
Wendy Malmberg
Mack Manjarez
Bobbie Nelson
Ramona Perndergrass
Brittany Roark
Roberta Robinson
Tricia Ross
Michelle Smith
Holly Stradford
Samantha Veasman
Jenna Voight
Jason Ward
Cynthia Welch
Wendy Wood.

Beta Sigma Delta is a national society honoring excellent students of business, management and administration. The Greek letters chosen for this
organization represent the characteristics of wisdom, honor and aspiration. This is the first year that Columbia College has inducted members into this society. The inaugural group of students chosen for this honor from Columbia College–Rolla are:

Mary Atherton
Mark Diehl
Amanda Johnson
Velda Kossuth
Tina Pridgeon
Karla Pyatt
Thomas Triplett
Samantha Veasman
Jenna Voight
James Weber
Cynthia Welch.

Congratulations to all of these students.