March 31, 2011
Dean David Powers announced that the Tau Sigma National Honor Society has recognized 26 students in the College of Arts
and Sciences for their academic achievement.
Membership in Tau Sigma is limited to transfer students who have earned
a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher in the first quarter at Seattle University after
completing at least one year at a prior institution. Tau Sigma is a national
academic honor society designed specifically to promote the academic excellence
and involvement of transfer students.
The following students were admitted to the
society: Natalie Alia, PsychologyFaten AnwarPolitical
ScienceSteven Avila Criminal
JusticeElizabeth Cruz Cavanagh, Communication Studies Kyle Criddle, PsychologyGistin Durall, Visual ArtTerrence Fernsler. Public AffairsKimberly Fields, Political ScienceMelissa Garcia, Psychology Daniel Johnson, Criminal Justice, Brighid Kennedy, Visual ArtDouglas Kincaid, Environmental Studies Heather Leinen, English Chase Linrothe, Pre-major
Studies in the Arts & SciencesMary Lubey, Social Work Jessica Lung, English Andres Munt, Communication Studies Christiana Obey, JournalismCasey Peplow, Pre-major Studies in the Arts & Sciences Caitlyn Portz, Psychology Joseph Quiggle, Political SciencePaola Rosario-Ferreira, International StudiesBrian Summers, History Molly Virgin, Psychology
Each year, approximately 250 students transfer into the
College of Arts and Sciences, which offers 33 undergraduate degrees.
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