BU students inducted into anthropology honor society
For Immediate Release
Date: May 5, 2006
BLOOMSBURG—Eleven Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania students recently were inducted into BU’s Zeta Chapter of Lambda Alpha, the national collegiate honors society in anthropology. They are:
- Columbia County: Rachael Prosseda, Berwick, a junior anthropology major, and Judith Steinhilper, Bloomsburg, a sophomore anthropology major.
- Montour County: Kristina McGann, Danville, a senior communication studies major.
- Northumberland County: Faith Kroggel, Northumberland, a senior anthropology major.
- Snyder County: Jennifer Daku, Selinsgrove, a senior anthropology major, and Kitawna Hoover, Middleburg, a junior anthropology major.
- Luzerne County: Julie Pfromm, Nescopeck, a junior anthropology major.
- Schuylkill County: Ashley Welikonich, Frackville a senior from majoring in biology and anthropology.
- Philadelphia County: Lisa Burns, Philadelphia, a senior anthropology major.
- Chester County: Jill McCool, West Chester, a senior anthropology major.
- Bucks County: Adrienne Kolb, Warminster, a junior anthropology major.
Bloomsburg University is one of 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The university serves approximately 8,000 students and offers 65 bachelor’s, 18 master’s and one doctoral degree.