During an honor society awards ceremony held May 1 by PSU’s criminal justice department, NH Supreme Court Justice James Duggan gave a keynote address about the role of appellate courts within the state of New Hampshire, and complimented criminal justice students on their dedication to the field.
During the ceremony, the following students were inducted into the Eta Zeta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society:
Dana Nevins, Jennafer Goetsch, Jennifer Hill, Amanda Johnson, Jason Hey, Anna Aurelia, Diana Gibbs, Lori Pettengill, Nathan Gardner, James Moriarty, Mary Pillsbury, Matthew Kane, Lindsey Green, Christopher Ladd and Rebecca Emmons.
Students receiving special recognition included Jeffrey K. Mank, winner of The Constable’s Award for the Outstanding First-Year Criminal Justice Student; Lindsey Morgan Green, the winner of the Professor David L. Kent Criminal Justice Spirit Award; and Nicole L. Williams, winner of The Robert Peel Award for the Outstanding Criminal Justice Senior.
Other members of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society include:
Rebecca Emmons, Suzanne Burnham (president), Meghan Howe (vice president), Christopher Foster, Nicole Williams, Stephen Molloy, James Aceto, Edwin Cardona
Ryan DeBlois, Brandon Doolittle, Melissa Downing, Jenny Larochelle and David Salamone.
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