Ryan Forsythe (Enrollment Management), who earned his undergraduate degree in criminal justice, spoke at an April event where 15 criminal justice majors were inducted into Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society. More than 75 people attended the ceremony, which was held in Wasylean Hall.
The inductees included Suada Bano, Cassandra Ann Brumber, Ana Gabriela Calderon, Stephanie Kathleen Caliri, Kyle Edward Cullen, Lauren Ashley Day, Cassie Patricia Dresser, Danielle Thibout Faucher, Thomas John Hager, Andro Hannoush, Samuel James Leandres, Maria Michell Milendorf, Ashley McKensi Minkema, Paul Fouad Mourad, Zachary Thomas Pappas, Leonardo Quezada, Jason Richardson, and Eric James Ward.
Stephen Morreale, chair of the Criminal Justice Department and Alpha Phi Sigma’s adviser, assisted in the induction along with Jesse Williams, president of the honor society. Inductees are invited by the criminal justice faculty and each has to hold a minimum 3.3 GPA.
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