Twenty Washburn University students were recently inducted into Sigma Lambda, criminal justice honor society.
Membership is based on academic merit and restricted to criminal justice majors who have completed 12 hours of criminal justice course work with a minimum 3.2 grade point average. In addition, an overall GPA of 3.2 is required for all course work completed at Washburn University and the member must be in good standing with the Washburn criminal justice department.
The mission of Sigma Lambda is to recognize and promote service and leadership in the classroom and community in order to prepare members for careers in the field of criminal justice. Sigma Lambda is sponsored by the Washburn Criminal Justice Association.
Students inducted, listed by hometowns, are:
Auburn: Sarah Cochran
Dresden: Jay Wessel
Eskridge: Jason Kealy
Kansas City, Kan.: Eva Engelhardt, Bonnie Robson
Lawrence: Travis Adams, Carol Folks
Lecompton: Megan Clemons
McLouth: Joseph Nave
McPherson: David Vincent
Oberlin: Heather Ploussard
Osawatomie: Cleora Tousey
Paola: Hannah Gomez, Bailey Howell
St. Francis: Taylor Kennedy
Seneca: Sara Copeland
Spring Hill: Robert Sturm
Stockton: Levi Earl
Tonganoxie: Donna Ackerman
Topeka: Samantha Miller