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Criminal Justice honor society inducts new members
On Friday, December 9th, 2016, the Radford University chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honor society, inducted 17 new members. Founded in 1942, Alpha Phi Sigma pursues the following goals: "To honor and promote academic excellence; community service; educational leadership and unity." The Radford University chapter was established in 1995 and has sponsored numerous programs for criminal justice majors and the campus community.
New inductees to Alpha Phi Sigma include: Kyle Alger, Brianna Bosman, Morgan Brown, Bradley Cochran, Kristine Cralle, Lindsay Faircloth, Reyo Hodges, Ernest Knight, Alyssa Ludwig, Asha Marshall, Austin McClure, Kristen Morris, Rosa Santiago, Carley Swetz, Jill Thompson, Carrie Tomlinson, and Jaclyn Wilson.
They join the current members of Alpha Phi Sigma: Gabriel Arriola, Hayleigh Bostic, Anne Brinkley, Christina Brown, Michael Cook, Helen Currant, Taylor Fox, Lyndsey Good, Brendan Hogan, Emily Horgan, Colleen Howe, Caroline Keevey, Derek Lau, Caitlyn Lewis, Gabriela Lucas, Shakira McEachern, Rebekah Morgan, Kaitlyn Morse, Danielle Pompa, Deborah Robinson, Parker Stinnett, and Marissa Walker.
The Executive Board of the Radford University chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma includes President Gabriel Arriola, Vice-President Kaitlyn Morse, Secretary Hayleigh Bostic, and Community Co-Chairs Tina Brown and Parker Stinnett. Dr. Riane Bolin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, serves as the group's faculty advisor.
The Department of Criminal Justice congratulates the members of Alpha Phi Sigma for their recognition and for the good work of the chapter!