Twenty-one Arts and Sciences students were inducted into the Tau Sigma Transfer Student Honor Society at Seattle University’s 12th Tau Sigma Induction Ceremony on March 3, 2022.
Additionally, three Arts and Sciences Psychology students serve as officers of the club this year: Natalie Wiley, President; Erica Reynolds, VP of Community Service; Lindsey Schuler, Director of Communication. Laura Hauck-Vixie, Assistant Director of Academic Advising in the College of Arts and Sciences and Jennifer Bautista, Transfer Admissions Counselor, co-advise the chapter.
Tau Sigma National Honor Society is a national honor society designed exclusively for transfer students. Their mission is to "recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students." Tau Sigma provides its members opportunities to earn scholarships, attend leadership conferences, take leadership positions in the university, and serve others at the university and in the community, all while developing friendships and becoming a more integral part of the university to which they transferred.
Congratulations to the newest members:
- Julia Alvarez Serrano, Psychology
- Adolfo Bravo, Photography
- Christopher Brumett, Criminal Justice
- Chanarah Caupain, Communication and Media
- Shihui Chen, Interdisciplinary Arts, Arts Leadership
- Ripley Detlaff, Criminal Justice
- Jennifer Klabo, Creative Writing
- Ma Cielita Victoria, Maguddayao, Communication and Media
- Katrina Manacio, English
- Carmen Montelongo, Kinesiology
- Celica Najera, Criminal Justice
- Fabiano Nardone, Communication and Media
- Vy Nguyen, Psychology
- Olivia Okun, Design
- Ryan Pottinger, Philosophy
- Paige Prombo, Criminal Justice
- Abigail Reddam, Sociology
- Anthonny Ruiz, Communication and Media
- Lilian VanEk, Social Work
- Dawson Wheeler, Criminal Justice
- Grace White, Psychology
Photos: top to bottom, Dean David V. Powers congratulates a student; Haley Cummins, Tau Sigma alum speaks; Tau Sigma advsors and officers.