2017 Alpha Sigma Lambda Honorees Inducted
2017 Alpha Sigma Lambda Honorees Inducted

Creighton University established the Nu Tau Epsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda
 National Honor Society in 2014. Criteria to become an inducted member include an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher; completion of at least 24 credit hours at Creighton University; and ranking in the top 20% of the College’s student body.

This year’s 2017 Alpha Sigma Lambda Inductees include:

  • Candace Cain — Leadership
  • Bree Oliver Dutton  — Healthy Lifestyle Management
  • Cynthia N. Formeller — Leadership
  • Matthew J. Garrison — Accounting
  • Thomas Vincent Geraci — Leadership
  • Heidi H. Knofczynski — English
  • Jane M. Metzer — Leadership
  • Kimberlie A. Sauer — Healthy Lifestyle Management
  • Danny N. Steiner — Communication Studies
  • Barbara Jo True — Leadership
  • Tina M. Valentin — Leadership
  • David Van Valkenburg — Leadership
  • Andrea L. Walther — Lifestyle Management
  • Tracy A. Zentner — Leadership

Pictured
​Front row, left to right: Kimberlie Sauer, Heidi Knofczynski, Tina Valentin
Back row, left to right: Andrea Walther, Danny Steiner, Tracy Zentner, Candace Cain

Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society

Founded in 1945 by Dr. Rollin B. Posey, Dean of University College at Northwestern University, Alpha Sigma Lambda honors dedicated adult students who, while handling the responsibilities of life in addition to the demands of school, achieve and maintain high scholastic standards. The Society stands as an inspiration for continuing scholastic growth and signifies the University’s appreciation for adult students’ academic achievements and many contributions. With over 300 chapters, including 11 chapters at Jesuit institutions, Alpha Sigma Lambda is the oldest and also the largest chapter-based honor society for full- and part-time students.