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Honor Societies

Honor Societies in the College of Business
Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice) - http://www.alphaphisigma.org/
 
Alpha Phi Sigma recognizes academic excellence of Undergraduate and Graduate students of Criminal Justice, as well as Juris Doctorate students. The goals of Alpha Phi Sigma are to honor and promote academic excellence, community service, educational leadership, and unity. Alpha Phi Sigma is the only Criminal Justice Honor Society which is a certified member of the Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
 

Faculty Advisor - Michael Kamorski, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, School of Legal Studies

Delta Delta Epsilon ΔΔE (Forensic Science Honors Society) http://cofse.org/delta-delta-epsilon

Husson University is the Rho Chapter of Delta Delta Epsilon and since 2015 has recognized forensic science students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and forensic science professionals who have made distinctive scholarly and research contributions to forensic science.

For eligibly requirements for Delta Delta Epsilon, please see http://www.husson.edu/deltadeltaepsilon

Faculty Advisor- Alicia Wilcox, Assistant Professor, School of Legal Studies

The Husson University chapter of the Delta Delta Epsilon began in 2015 and each year recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Forensic Science students wishing to become a member of Delta Delta Epsilon must meet the following requirements:

  • Enrolled in B.S. in Forensic Science (or be a recent graduate)
  • Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA
  • Have completed at least 37.5 percent of the total hours/credits required for the degree
  • Be in the top 35% of their class

Honorary membership may awarded to persons who have made distinctive scholarly and research contributions to Forensic Science.

An induction ceremony will be held in late April each year for eligible students and professionals.

For more information, please contact Alicia Wilcox.

 
Eta Sigma Delta (Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management) - http://www.chrie.org/esd-honor-society/index.aspx
 
In 1978, a group of students from the University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics (now The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics) identified a need to recognize hospitality and tourism students for outstanding academic achievement, meritorious service and demonstrated professionalism. It is the intent that this Society will lead hospitality and tourism educators and professionals to the highest levels of professionalism and achievement.
 

Faculty Advisor - Lee Speronis, J.D., CHE, CHIA, Director/Assistant Professor, School of Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

 
Lambda Epsilon Chi (Paralegal and Legal Studies) - LEX - http://www.aafpe.org/?page=LEXHonorSociety
 
Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) is the national honor society founded by the American Association for Paralegal Education. There are over 170 chapters throughout the United States and thousands of inductees who have been honored for their outstanding academic achievements. For eligibility information, please see http://www.husson.edu/lambdaepsilonchi.
 

Faculty Advisor - Margaret Campbell, J.D., Assistant Professor, School of Legal Studies

Sigma Beta Delta (Accounting and Business) - http://sigmabetadelta.org/
 
Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society for students in business, management, and administration serves institutions which offer baccalaureate and graduate degrees in business, management, and administration where the institution holds accreditation from one of the six regional accrediting bodies.
 

Faculty Advisor - Dewey Martin, MS, CPA, CMA, Director/Professor, School of Accounting

 
Sigma Nu Tau (Entrepreneurship) - http://sigmanutau.org/
 
This honor society offers membership to students focusing on entrepreneurship or small business management concentrations or degrees. The school offering the membership must be accredited by a National accrediting body.
 
Faculty Advisor - Nancy Forster-Holt, Ph.D., MBA, CMA, Executive Director of Entrepreneurship and Executive Education and Assistant Professor, School of Business and Management