|For Immediate Release|
June 9, 2000
Indiana University Northwest Schoolof Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA)graduates and undergraduates were recently inducted into Pi Alpha Alpha,a national honor society for schools of public and environmental affairs.
“The society recognizes outstanding scholarship and contributions inthe fields of public and environmental affairs. We are a charter memberof the society,” said JosephPellicciotti, IU Northwest SPEA director.
New undergraduate inductees are Kathy Ann Ayers of Portage, ElizabethJ. Barron and Susan Lynn Glick of Hammond, Lisa Ann Baranko and Lisa Francisof Valparaiso, Kimberly K. Collins of Gary, Daniel M. Rohaley of CrownPoint, Paul J. Sines of Griffith, Andrea J. Stahl of Lake Station and SallyAnn Wesolowski of St. John.
Graduate inductees include Alexandre F. da Silva, Arlene H. King andNora Robbs of Gary, Melanie S. Golumbeck of Hammond, Rajeanne L. Korthalsof Valparaiso and Eric J. Lenzo of Schererville.
To be eligible for membership in the society, undergraduate studentsmust have earned an overall grade point average of at least 3.50 for atleast 15 credit hours of SPEA courses and at least a 3.00 grade point averagein all course work.
Membership of graduate students is limited to those who have a minimumgrade point average of 3.50, a 3.70 in at least 50 percent of all requiredcourses, and have completed 50 percent of the required course work
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