HUNTINGTON, Ind. — Huntington University’s Professional Programs honored seven students and two faculty members today, May 17, for their academic achievements during the year.
The students were inducted into the Pinnacle and Spire honor society. The Pinnacle (four-year) and Spire (two-year) are honor societies that recognize non-traditional students of at least 23 years old who have a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average and who have demonstrated leadership through community and/or church involvement.
The following students were inducted:
- Tabitha Brown, from Huntington, Ind., graduated with a degree in organizational management.
- Gwen Caudill, from Roanoke, Ind., graduated with a nursing (RN to BSN) degree.
- Samantha DeWells, from Albion, Ind., graduated with a degree in organizational management.
- Mona Geideman, from Andrews, Ind., will graduate in 2015 with a degree in business administration and marketing.
- Lee Newswanger, from Pierceton, Ind., graduated with an accounting degree.
- April Reed, from Huntington, Ind., will graduate in 2015 with a degree in business administration, not-for-profit-leadership and organizational management.
- Tamera Rush, from Huntington, Ind., graduated with a nursing (RN to BSN) degree.
Two faculty members, Scott Druhot and Vanessa Schoon, were named “Outstanding Faculty for 2013-14.” Faculty received votes from the Professional Programs student body based on the criteria of integrity, student support and student learning. These attributes represent the core values of the program.