Students inducted into Penn State Altoona’s communications honor society

Fall 2022 Lambda Pi Eta inductees

New members of Lambda Pi Eta were honored at an induction ceremony on Dec. 8. Included are (from left to right) Troy McCarty, Eve Ergler, Hannah Flaugh, Chapter President Madison Eisaman, Kolby Cowher, and Isaac Swanson. Not pictured: Jewel Weyandt.  

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ALTOONA, Pa. — Six Penn State Altoona communications majors were inducted into Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s official honor society, during a ceremony on Dec. 8.

The new inductees are Kolby Cowher, from Tyrone, Pennsylvania; Eve Ergler, from Altoona, Pennsylvania; Hannah Flaugh, from East Freedom, Pennsylvania; Troy McCarty, from Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania; Isaac Swanson, from Woodland, Pennsylvania; and Jewel Weyandt, from Altoona.

Stefanie Kempton, assistant professor of communications at Penn State Altoona, served as the keynote speaker for the event, while Madison Eisaman, the college’s chapter president, presided over the induction ceremonies.

Lambda Pi Eta is the National Communication Association’s official honor society. The National Communication Association is based in Washington, D.C. Its honor society has more than 500 chapters at colleges and universities nationwide.