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Keuka College Students Inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. — Seven Keuka College students were recently inducted into the Chi Alpha Lambda chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society.

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Tammy Walling

Among those inducted were Liverpool resident Tammy Walling, an organizational management major, and Shayne Anderson, a Syracuse resident and social work major.

Alpha Sigma Lambda recognizes academically outstanding adult students in continuing higher education.

Inductees must have a grade-point-average of 3.5 or higher, and be in the top 10 percent of their class.

In addition, Lynne Werbeck, a resident of Syracuse and nursing major, received the 2014 American Nurses Association’s New York Future Nurse Leader award.

Shayne Anderson
Shayne Anderson

She was presented the award by Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney, president of the American Nurses Association.

Lynne Werbeck, left, and Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney.
Lynne Werbeck, left, and Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney.