Celebrating Student Excellence: Phi Alpha National Honor Society

19 Social Work students were inducted into the Phi Alpha National Honor Society. The purpose of the Phi Alpha Honor Society is to provide a closer bond among social work students and promote humanitarian goals and ideas.

Phi Alpha is dedicated to honoring diversity, equality, inclusivity, and justice. It fosters a community where individuals from all walks of life can flourish. Additionally, it promotes high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership those who have excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work.

The Phi Alpha’s slogan embraces their purpose: “Through Knowledge-the Challenge to Serve.”  The following students were chosen to help uphold this slogan:

BSW Students

  • Carly A. DeConinck
  • Electra M. Laird
  • Destiny Jones
  • Shaun James 
  • Allison L. Shults
  • Jesse Hall
  • Elisha N. Young
  • Qiana Mc Cullough
  • MSW Students
  • Madison J. Barry
  • Rebecca E. Cowan
  • Erica E. Gentile
  • Cratrina Y. Meeks
  • Elias Ramos
  • Calla J. VanLuven
  • Aimee Kathleen Senise
  • Caitlin Sutorius
  • Jessica L. Vanbramer
  • Dorothy L. Avery
  • Jasmine R. Taylor

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Kristin Heffernan (kheffern@brockport.edu)

Posted: March 26, 2023