Home / News and Events / News Release

Malone University Inducts 14 into National Health Education Honor Society

Malone University recently inducted the following students into the Delta Lambda Chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma, the national professional honorary for men and women with a major or minor in health education. Eta Sigma Gamma’s objectives are the promotion of teaching, research, and service in and for the health education discipline. Membership for students in Eta Sigma Gamma can only be achieved by affiliating through a collegiate chapter.

 

  • Kellie Adams, a sophomore communication arts major from New Philadelphia
  •   Gwendolyn Barnhart, a junior psychology major from Spencer
  • LaTosha Campbell, a senior community health education major from Canton
  • Telma deOliveira, a junior community health education major from Canton
  • Levi Fredritz, a junior community health education major from Bluffton
  • Jared Hoffmeyer, a sophomore exercise science major from Minerva
  • Treg Lunger, a sophomore exercise science major from Columbiana
  • Gina Osborn, a sophomore community health education major from Girard, PA
  • Cody Russell, a sophomore exercise science major from Massillon
  • Mindy Stalder, a senior community health education major from Salem
  • Stacy Studer, a junior psychology major from Newcomerstown
  • Lisa Triska, a sophomore community health education major from Independence
  • Mariah Vacha, a sophomore community health education major from Apple Creek
  • Paul Zahler, a junior community health education major from Zoar

 

For more information, contact Pamela Hoalt, Ph.D., professor of community health education, at phoalt@malone.edu