Pictured from right to left: Carol Gibney, Msgr.
Joseph G. Quinn, Philip A. Florio, S.J.
On Thursday, April 12, over 100 students representing all ten schools of the University were inducted into the Fordham chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the National Jesuit Honor Society, as it celebrated its 30th year on campus.
Philip A. Florio, S.J., assistant vice president for University Mission and Ministry, and Carol Gibney, associate director for Campus Ministry at Lincoln Center and director of Ignatian Programs, received Honorary Membership into the society.
Following welcoming remarks from Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham, and Stephen Freedman, Ph.D., provost, Msgr. Joseph G. Quinn, vice president for University Mission and Ministry, presented the awards to each student along with the deans of the schools.
The members of Alpha Sigma Nu dedicate themselves to worthwhile community service while maintaining high scholastic achievements. In addition they hold unwavering loyalty to Fordham. The officers for the 2011-12 year are: Christina Kennedy, GSB’12, president; Peter Sannemann, FCRH’12, vice president; Jennifer Prevete, FCRH’12, secretary; Valeria Lartchenko, FCLC’12, treasurer; and Catherine Evich, FCRH’12, executive board member. Faculty Advisor is Rosemary A. DeJulio, Ph.D., assistant to the president. (Photo by Tom Stoelker)