Adult students inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda
To be eligible for membership, students must be matriculated in an undergraduate degree program and have a minimum of 24 graded semester hours at Coastal. Members are selected from the highest 10 percent of the class, and must have a grade point average of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale.
The following students were inducted into Coastal's Alpha Pi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda:
- Lawrence Altman, management, Aynor; - Sonya Baird, elementary education, Georgetown; - Patricia Brennan, interdisciplinary studies, Surfside Beach; - Jeff Burke, marketing, Myrtle Beach; - Lisa Capparella, accounting, Conway; - Loretta Cox, early childhood education, Longs; - Stephen Dew, mathematics, Little River; - Fritz Frye, biology, Galivants Ferry; - Adam Hankey, biology, Myrtle Beach; - Barry Price, interdisciplinary studies, Georgetown; - Melody Rike, interdisciplinary studies, Murrells Inlet; - Marcia Sample, sociology, Conway; - Mary Jo Schmick, interdisciplinary studies, Surfside Beach; - Sandra Stigant, computer science, Pawleys Island; - Brian Sweeney, management, Pawleys Island; - Laura Taylor, biology, Myrtle Beach; - Julie Vazquez, elementary education, Myrtle Beach; and - Mimi Wrobel, English, Myrtle Beach.
Elected officers for 2002-2003 are: Barry Price, president; Marcia Sample, vice president; and Patricia Brennan, secretary/treasurer.
Wilbur Garland, former director of Coastal's interdisciplinary studies program, was the keynote speaker for the induction ceremony held Tuesday, March 5.