Thirty-Eight Anselmians Inducted into Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society

June 19, 2019

By Shannon Desmond '19

On March 31, 38 Anselmians were inducted into the Tau chapter of the Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society.

Eligible candidates were required to complete a minimum of 50% of their major’s mandatory core classes. Inductees also needed to fall within the top 20% of their class, and display a strong dedication to service and academics.

The Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society was founded in 1939, and connects students, faculty, and alumni of different Catholic colleges. The society’s goal is to acknowledge academic achievements, and encourage scholarly conversations.

The ceremony included a keynote speech by Bethany Cottrell ’06, executive director of the Merrimack County Advocacy Center, and a total of 691 members were inducted. Three students also received awards:

Jenna Kate Bisbee ‘19 (2018 inductee and chapter secretary) was awarded Delta Epsilon Sigma’s Harry R. Knight Prize for International Service.

Payton Gullikson ’20 was awarded the Delta Epsilon Sigma Undergraduate Scholarship, one of 13 recipients nationally.

Cassandra Moran ’19 was awarded the Delta Epsilon Sigma Graduate Fellowship, one of nine recipients nationally.

The Tau chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma has inducted a total of 691 members.

This semester’s Saint Anselm inductees include:

Ennis Aveta ’20
Madison Borrelli ’20
Kaitlyn Brine ’20
Caroline Cardosa ’20
Sean Connor ’20
Megan Dillon ’19
Baelyn Duffy ’20
Erin Egan ’20
Edward Frankonis ’19
Nicholas St. Germain ’20
Megan Grenier ’20
Payton Gullikson ’20
Kelsey Hammond ’19
Samantha Jette ’20
Megan Laham ’20
Nina Lukens ’19
Shannon McAdam ’20
Megan McCarthy ’19
Erin McCosh ’20
Margaret McNeil ’19
Dena Miller ’20
Elizabeth Moore ’19
Cassandra Moran ’19
Harrison Morin ’19
Abigail Nolan ’19
Rose Mary O’Malley ’20
Jillian Petrillo ’20
Allison Reh ’20
Claire Ridley ’20
Emma Saltsman ’20
Margaret Sheridan ’20
Kyle Silva ’20
Leah Stagnone ’19
Timothy Stap ’19
Alyssa Smith ’20
Cori Swanhart ’19
Jacqueline Talbot ’19
Paul Zayka ’20

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