Quincy University’s Kappa Lambda Rho chapter of Lambda Pi Eta national communication honor society recently named officers and inducted seven new members.
Senior Adam Meyer will serve as president. He will be assisted by seniors Abigail Moore, vice president; Alexa Low, secretary; and Taylor King, treasurer. New members for 2020 include Jessica Abrego, Raven Ash, Alexander Aubuchon, Shane Hulsey, Abigail Kohlberg, Chloe Nott, and Cassie Phillips.
Lambda Pi Eta is the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association. As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies, LPH has over 300 active chapters at colleges and universities worldwide.
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