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International Education Honor Society Inducts 10 Students

June 29, 2017

Chip Underhill
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7326 (Desk)

The international honor society for education, Kappa Delta Pi, has inducted 10 students from Saint Anselm College into Upsilon Lambda, the college chapter. Four honorees are 2017 graduates of Saint Anselm; six new inductees are rising seniors in the Class of 2018.

The newly-inducted students, their hometowns, and their major courses of study are:

Class of 2017

Amber Bassett, Arlington, Massachusetts, Education Studies
Jocelyn A. Britton, Rochester, New Hampshire, Education Studies
Kayla C. Patten, Westerly, Rhode Island, Education Studies
Erin J. Schuster, Sudbury, Massachusetts, Education Studies

Class of 2018

Jenna M. Baker, Scituate, Massachusetts, Education Studies and Mathematics
Drew J. Bourdeau, Newburyport, Massachusetts, Education Studies and Mathematics
Olive L. Capone, Fairfield, Vermont, Education Studies
Kirstin A. Catyb, Dracut, Massachusetts, Education Studies
Zoe M. Gatzogiannis, Wells, Maine, Education Studies
Colleen M. Gaughan, Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, Secondary Education and History

Kappa Delta Pi was established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education. The organization has more than 650 chapters in 34 countries, and alumni numbering 1.2 million members. Membership in Kappa Delta Pi is limited to the top 20 percent of those entering the field of education. Undergraduates must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and graduate students a 3.25 GPA.

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