|Mayor Byron Brown '83|
|Inductees with Mayor Brown|
At the same event, a group of Communication majors were inducted into Buffalo State's Rho Psi Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association's official honor society. Students inducted into the honor society must have an overall GPA of 3.0 with at least 60 credits completed. They also must have a major GPA of 3.25 and must have completed at least 12 communication department credits taken at Buffalo State.
2015 Lambda Pi Eta Members include: Morgan Anderson, Taylor Baudendistle, James Bittler, Scott Bonesky, Errika Brooks, Labria Burgess, Melissa Burrowes, Christian Cassillas, Leah Cunningham, David DeLuca, Jessica Dick, Victoria Elias, Megan Fagyas, Diego Felix, Jessica Feliz, Jacquelyn Fricano, Tiffany Gaines, Gregory Gelz, Annaliza Guard, Kristy Hakes, Mary Huges Adrianna Hyman, Omolara Iroko, Nicole Kihl, Derek Kramer, Maris Lambie, Markiya Lee, Troy Licastro, Lindsay Mathias, Georgia Mavrogeorgis, Kayla McDougall, Alyssa McNamara, Jestine Meggett, Meaghan Michel, Patrick Miller, Julie Mogavero, Shontay Morgan, Ryan Mullen, Logan Nelson, Sarah Nizinkiewicz, WIlliam Parsons, Alyssa Pepe, Devon Pettygrove, Jordan Quattrini, John Reed, Clifton Robinson, Ashley Rodriguez, Stephen Rubach, Kurtis Russ, Edygadiel Sanchez, Timothy Schmidt, Iyana Shepherd, Ashley Smith, Molly Smits, Erika Taylor, Jessica Terrell, Allen Thorogood, Marcus Trueheart, Charles Walker, Brianna Weyand, and Ronald Wright.
|Honors Society Officers with Professor Liao|
Mayor Brown and Chairman Joseph Marren delivered speeches at the ceremony, and Communication Honors Society Officers Devon Brady, Erika Taylor, Kyla Hunter and Jessica Feliz presented the Aristotilian notions of ethos, logos and pathos that guide the society.
|Kyla Hunter and Labria Burgess|
Also at the ceremony, Buffalo News Scholarship winners, Noah Neacsu and Emily Niman, were announced. Each will receive $1,000 from the newspaper. The Dr. Juliette Piquette Communication Award winner Labria Burgess also received a $1,000 scholarship.
|Emily Niman (Public Communication)|