Four students inducted into Pitt-Greensburg Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma
This spring, four students were inducted into the Pitt-Greensburg chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. This organization seeks to promote academic excellence and community service as well as to enhance educational leadership and encourage unity. Elizabeth Marciniak, PhD, associate professor of Criminal Justice, serves as advisor to the group.
Inducted in the Pitt-Greensburg Chapter were:
• Jaclyn Seward, a junior criminal justice major from Monroeville, PA. The daughter of Lee and Gail Seward, she is a graduate of Gateway High School.
• Shannon Markewinski, a senior criminal justice major from Monroeville, PA. The daughter of Danny and Betty Markewinski, she is a graduate of Gateway High School.
• Danielle Thomas, a 2012 graduate with a criminal justice degree from Pittsburgh, PA. The daughter of Mike Thomas and Kara Norchi, she is a graduate of North Hills Senior High School.
• Matthew Walko, a 2012 graduate with a criminal justice degree from Pittsburgh, PA. Son of Daniel and Mary Jean Walko, he is a graduate of Bishop Canevin High School
Founded in 1963, the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg is a publicly assisted, four-year, liberal arts college in southwestern Pennsylvania. A regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh, which is celebrating its 225th anniversary, Pitt-Greensburg offers 24 baccalaureate degree programs, including new majors in Education and Spanish, as well as 19 minors. More than 13 percent of Pitt-Greensburg’s full-time faculty—the highest percentage of any University of Pittsburgh campus—have received the prestigious University-wide Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award.