Aloia inducted into honor society

Alexandra Aloia, of Egg Harbor City, majoring in history, was inducted into Delta Epsilon Sigma Catholic Honor Society and was named a Student Ambassador for the 2013-14 academic year at Alvernia University in Reading, Pa.

Couchoud inducted into honor society

Abby Lynn Couchoud, of Absecon, a doctor of pharmacy student, has been inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society at the University of the Sciences.

Invitations to join ALD, a national honor society for first-year students, are based on attaining a first-semester academic average of at least 3.5 and ranking in the top 20 percent of the class. This year's inductees all attained a first-semester academic average above a 3.67.

Madanci recognized for academic achievement

Amanda Madanci, a early education major from Galloway Township, was inducted to the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society during the spring 2013 semester at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia.

Chestnut Hill College inducted 32 new members into the society this year. Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society for first-year college students, recognizes academic achievement. Full-time students are invited to become members of Alpha Lambda Delta if they succeed in maintaining a 3.5 G.P.A or are in the top 20 percent of their class.

Barber graduates magna cum laude

Devon Barber, of Galloway Township, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in neuroscience when Muhlenberg College celebrated its 165th Commencement on May 19.

Romanelli graduates

Alexandra T. Romanelli, of Absecon, graduated with a B.S. in interdisciplinary studies in economics and mathematics when Bucknell University conferred bachelor's and master's degrees to students who completed their graduation requirements during this past spring semester.

Degrees were awarded May 19 for studies in liberal arts and professional programs in engineering, education, management and music.

Atlantic Cape pins 62 new nurses

Atlantic Cape Community College awarded nursing pins to 62 new nursing graduates at its annual Nurses Pinning Ceremony, May 22. The pins signify the completion of the nursing degree program at Atlantic Cape.

The pinning ceremony was held at the George L. Hess Educational Complex in Mays Landing. Graduates include Rachel Peterson, of Egg Harbor City; Roma John, Mary Margrethe Lumor, Ivan Markov and Christopher Tran, of Galloway Township.