New English honor society at Penn State Harrisburg

Penn State Harrisburg’s new chapter of the International English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta, inducted its first members on April 14. Twenty English majors with a GPA of 3.00 or better in their English courses were welcomed into the society.

Inductees include:

  • Alexander Clark (Harrisburg, PA)                                         
  • Ashley Sheaffer (Myerstown, PA)                                        
  • Brooke Goldiner (Mechanicsburg, PA)                                             
  • Diane Greene (Mechanicsburg, PA)                                      
  • Douglas E. Nesbit (Mechanicsburg, PA)                                           
  • Errick Pfuhl (Mechanicsburg, PA)                                         
  • Evan Lower (Liverpool, PA)                                     
  • Genevieve E. Robinson (Elizabethtown, PA)                                               
  • George R. Czar (Lemoyne, PA)                                            
  • Halley Jo Mack (Carlisle, PA)                                               
  • Julie Funck (Annville, PA)                                        
  • Mary Imgrund (Wellsville, PA)                                             
  • Nicholas D. McAlicher (Duncannon, PA)                                         
  • Quintella Summers (Hazleton, PA)                                       
  • Rachel L. Ginder (Lebanon, PA)                                           
  • Riley N. Johnson (Havre de Grace, MD)                                          
  • Samantha Gardner (Landisville, PA)                                     
  • Sarah J. Porter (New Cumberland, PA)                                             
  • Serena Stauffer (Lititz, PA)                                       
  • Taylor Melhorn (New Cumberland, PA)                                           

This is the first English Honors Society in Penn State Harrisburg history.

Established in 1924 to confer distinction for high achievement in English language, literature, and writing, the society has more than 850 local chapters in the U.S. and abroad and is the largest honors organization in the field and one of the largest members of the Association of College Honor Societies.