Criminal justice honor society inducts 14 UNK students

KEARNEY – Fourteen criminal justice students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney were recently inducted as the newest members of Alpha Phi Sigma’s Iota Xi Chapter.

Alpha Phi Sigma is The National Criminal Justice Honor Society at UNK. Its mission is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship and life-long learning; keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions; and sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

To be inducted into Alpha Phi Sigma, undergraduate students must be criminal justice majors who have completed three semesters, maintain a grade point average of 3.2 and taken a minimum of four criminal justice courses. Members typically represent the top 10 percent of students in the criminal justice major.

Students inducted into UNK’s Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society include:

Broken Bow – Brandon Gottschalk, Logan Miller
Central City – Jordanne Speer
Fordyce – Megan Rothluebber
Kearney – Jennifer Dozler, Kami Kalkowski, Jody Schultz and Marisa Vanderpuil
North Platte – Justin Erickson
Ogallala – Philip Engel
Plainview – Shawn Meyer
Randolph – Bryan Bach
Riverton – Margaret Jackson
Denver, Colo. – Adam Omansky

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Source: Julie Campbell, 308.865.8510, campbelljn@unk.edu
Writer: Todd Gottula, 308.865.8454, gottulatm@unk.edu

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