Communication Studies News

Lambda Pi Eta Inducts Two

April 20, 2009
Students honored for academic achievement in communication studies


(l to r) Wanda Fenimore ’06, Johna Strickland ’09, Amy Banton ’08, Saara Taylor ’09, Jennifer Gauthier


Two students were inducted into the Omicron Omega Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication studies honor society, on April 20, 2009.

Jennifer Gauthier, associate professor of communication studies, and Wanda Fenimore, adjunct instructor, welcomed the following new inductees...

  • Saara Lindsay Taylor
  • Cynthia Jane Leonard

Current students who were previously inducted into Lambda Pi Eta include...

  • Johna Marie Strickland

Lambda Pi Eta, the communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association, was established in April 2005. The society seeks to recognize outstanding scholarship in the area of communication studies, stimulate interest in communications fields, and promote professional development for majors. This society represents what Aristotle described as the three ingredients of persuasion: character, credibility, and ethics.

The ceremony took place as part of Randolph College’s Honor Society Joint Induction, a celebration of student academic achievement across a variety of disciplines. Honor societies in chemistry, classics, communication studies, economics, English, physics, political science, psychology and sociology, as well as Phi Beta Kappa, all inducted their new honorees at the event.

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