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NSCS Announces Recipients of Induction Recognition Award


Washington, DC, June 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Fifty exceptional members of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) have been awarded the Induction Recognition Award. This award is presented to engaged members of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) who exemplify the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service.

NSCS is an honor society that recognizes and elevates high-achieving freshmen and sophomores at over 350 colleges and universities across the US.

Congratulations to the recipients:

Alexus Addison (Prince George's Community College) $1,000

Brittney Alden (University of Florida) $1,000

Maria Ayoub (University of Maryland) $1,000

Adam Baraka (Eastern Michigan University) $1,000

Madeline Behlke-Entwisle (Missouri State University) $1,000

Casey Conlee (New Mexico State University) $1,000

Samantha D'Angelo (College of Staten Island) $1,000

Michael Dean (University of Florida) $1,000

Giuseppe Di Iorio (New Jersey City University) $1,000

Zachary Doll (Kansas State University) $1,000

Ke Duan (University of California, Davis) $1,000

Jillian Ferguson (University of Delaware) $1,000

Alyson Fisher (Winona State University) $1,000

Magdalena Garcia (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000

Aaron Gaskill (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000

Amber Jester (Eastfield College) $1,000

Holly Jones (Kaplan University) $1,000

Lillian Kopsolias (University of Louisville) $1,000

Mary Jo Koster (Grand Valley State University) $1,000

Sarah Kronz (Kent State University) $1,000

Joshua Leon (Northern Arizona University) $1,000

Chloe Luyet (Wayne State University) $1,000

Andrew Maza (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000

Taylor McAvoy (University of Washington) $1,000

Diana-Maria Milonas (Florida Atlantic University) $1,000

Julia Motis (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) $1,000

Emily Myers (Temple University) $1,000

Erica Navarro (University of Houston) $1,000

Sydney Pacelli (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000

Alexandra Pinhasi (Ohio University) $1,000

Chasity Pointer (Liberty University) $1,000

Judit Porszasz (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo) $1,000

Kayla Rasmussen (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000

Hugo Rico (University of Texas at El Paso) $1,000

Matthew Roel (University of Texas-Pan American) $1,000

Emily Russo (Seton Hall University) $1,000

Kaitlyn Seibold (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000

Ashlee Skeens (George Washington University) $1,000

Jenna Tarleton (University of Missouri-Columbia) $1,000

Jasmine Taylor (Syracuse University) $1,000

Belana Torres (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000

Amanda Tran (University of Virginia) $1,000

Emily Trexler (Radford University) $1,000)

Samantha Tropeano (Villanova University) $1,000

Ikechukwu Umeojiako (Collin College) $1,000

Alyssa Vossler (University of Arizona) $1,000

Christina Wallace (Weber State University) $1,000

Katie Wilkinson (Purdue University) $1,000

Emma Wood (University of Arizona) $1,000

Allison Zahorec (Kent State University) $1,000

About NSCS:
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is the nation's only interdisciplinary honors organization to invite first- and second-year college students. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing. NSCS awards more in undergraduate scholarship dollars than any other honor society nationwide. NSCS offers members exclusive access to scholarships, career resources, and leadership and networking opportunities. NSCS has more than 1,000,000 members and 350 chapters in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Learn more about NSCS at www.nscs.org or the NSCS Facebook page, www.facebook.com/nscs94.
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The National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Mishri Someshwar
202.265.9000
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www.nscs.org

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