Delta Mu Sigma Honor Society inducts new members

Pictured are, from left to right, row one: Chairman Adam Snyder, Austin Sabatucci, Dylan Steele, Jamie Simbeck, Austin Swanson, Leah McKey, Lauren Anderson and adviser Tony Vallone; row two: Rebecca Aughenbaugh, Sean Harker, Jessica Hannah, Robin Duttry, Daniel Kalgren, Kristi Wendel, Hannah Schatz and Danielle Hodgdon; and row three: Andrew Hannah, Charles Miller, Kimberly Bachman, Erika Cratt and John Tangeman. Credit: Penn StateCreative Commons

The Delta Mu Sigma Honor Society at Penn State DuBois has inducted 36 new members for the spring 2014 semester. Total membership in the society is now approaching 300 current students.

In order to qualify for membership students must maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and be involved in campus or community service.

"I would like to congratulate you for being inducted into one of the most prestigious, oldest fraternities and honors societies at Penn State University," said student and Delta Mu Sigma Chairman Adam Snyder. "We are not just an honors society; we are also a community service organization which helps many people on our campus and in our community."

Delta Mu Sigma reaches out to DuBois and the surrounding area by offering community service such as a Dine Out event at Luigi's Restaurant, with part of the proceeds benefiting scholarship funds. Members have volunteered with organizations like Habitat for Humanity and organize a haunted house on campus each Halloween with proceeds going to local charities. 

Members of Delta Mu Sigma celebrate the society's 75th anniversary this year with special Honors Convocations slated for April 25. 


Last Updated March 04, 2014