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Epsilon Delta Pi
Epsilon Delta Pi inducts new members
04/15/2017

NATCHITOCHES – Sixteen computer information systems majors and a faculty member were inducted into Northwestern State University’s chapter of Epsilon Delta Pi this week.

Inducted were Bria Beathley of Baton Rouge, Deanna J. Bertrand of Ragley, Laci Bruno of Lafayette, Marvaeya Edwards of Frierson, Nicholas Fisher of Iowa, Vanessa Griffin of Alexandria, Sidney Jackson of Monroe, Jeremy Jones and Ryan Wright of Natchitoches, Leishlia Lynch of Winnfield, Alba Maloff of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Jasmine McConnell of Shreveport, Catherine Roberts of Dodson, Harold Simmons of Abita Springs, Brandon Smith of Goldonna and Joey Wills of Pride. CIS faculty member Jason Powell was also inducted.

Epsilon Delta Pi is an honor society in the computing sciences.  Membership is by invitation and requires that the student be a major or minor in computer information systems with academic achievements, reputation and creative abilities deserving of recognition. Northwestern State University's Alpha Pi chapter of Epsilon Delta Pi was chartered in 2002. Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems Sarah Wright is the chapter advisor.

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Northwestern State University’s chapter of Epsilon Delta Pi recently held its annual induction ceremony. Among the new members of the group are, front from left,
Nicholas Fisher of Iowa, Laci Bruno of Lafayette, Jasmine McConnell of Shreveport, Harold Simmons of Abita Springs and Joey Wills of Pride, back row from left, Ryan Wright of Natchitoches, Sidney Jackson of Monroe, chapter president Harvey Briggs of Monroe, faculty inductee Dr. Jason Powell and Jeremy Jones of Natchitoches. Other inductees were Bria Beathley of Baton Rouge, Deanna Bertrand of Ragley, Marvaeya Edwards of Frierson, Vanessa Griffin of Alexandria, Leishlia Lynch of Winnfield, Alba Maloff of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Catherine Roberts of Dodson, Brandon Smith of Goldonna, CIS faculty member Jason Powell was also inducted