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Forty-four students and two faculty members were inducted into the Delta Lambda chapter of the Epsilon Pi Tau international honor society in the College of Technology at Wilmington University on Friday evening, November 2. The induction ceremony was held at the New Castle location with over 100 guests and society members in attendance.
“Membership in this honor society provides students with a unique opportunity to network with their peers and technology,” says Nancy McDonald, Chairperson for Information Systems Mgt. & Web Information Systems. “Inclusion in the honor society also confirms the academic achievement of the students for future employers.”
The Delta Lambda chapter at Wilmington University is the newest chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, which was established in 1929. With 127 chapters and 23,000 members nationally, Epsilon Pi Tau encourages the academic excellence of student members in technology fields and prepares them for careers in technology-based professions.
About Wilmington University
Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit university committed to providing flexible, career-oriented traditional and online undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs and offering small class sizes, individualized attention and affordable tuition. For more information, contact Wilmington University at 302-356-INFO (4636), via email at email@example.com or visit our web site at www.wilmu.edu.
Published: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - New Castle, DE