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CCC's Foreign Language Honor Society Inducts 15 New Members

 

Fifteen students became members of Camden County College’s chapter of Alpha Mu Gamma, the national collegiate honor society for foreign language studies, during its 2013 induction ceremony.

Alpha Mu Gamma is the first and largest honor society of its kind in the United States, with chapters at both two- and four-year institutions of higher education. Members must achieve an overall grade-point average of 3.0 and earn an “A” in at least two college-level courses in the same language.

CCC’s Nu Theta chapter is advised by Professor Martine Howard.

By residences and with languages of expertise noted, the newest inductees are:

• Camden County: Jennifer Boggs (Spanish) of Gloucester; Il Chung (Spanish) of Voorhees; Danielle Clark (Spanish) of Cherry Hill; Michael Cruz (French) Collingswood; AnnaMaria DiPhillipo (Spanish) of Cherry Hill; Sheila Dougherty (French) of Bellmawr; William Fewer-Reed (Spanish) of Collingswood; Andrew Herman (Chinese and Spanish) of Sicklerville; Brittany Mullaney (French) of Sicklerville; Rachael VanCuren (French) of Haddon Township; and Nicholas Versace (Spanish) of Cherry Hill.

• Gloucester County: Brianna Dugary (French) of Sewell and Tessa Ecker (French) of Franklinville.

• Out of state: Rattana Attanang (Spanish) of Upper Derby, Pa., and Evgeniya Sokolova (Spanish) of Philadelphia, Pa. 


Published: August 05, 2013