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Student from Great Bend inducted in to criminal justice honor society
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Washburn University student Randi McAfee, of Great Bend, has been inducted into Sigma Lambda, a criminal justice honor society.
McAfee is a junior and is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice, with a specialization in law enforcement. She serves as vice president of the Washburn Student Government Association, was selected the 2014 winner of the True Blue Bod Spirit SOAR Award and is a member of Mortar Board, Order of Omega and NoNoSo honor societies. McAfee is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, is the campus liaison for the Washburn Student Government Association and Panhellenic Council secretary. McAfee served as a First Year Experience peer educator and will intern this summer at the Shawnee County sheriff’s office. Her parents are Liz and Gordon McAfee, of Great Bend.
Membership in Sigma Lambda is based on academic merit and restricted to criminal justice majors who have completed 12 hours of criminal justice course work with a minimum 3.2 grade point average. In addition, an overall grade point average of 3.2 is required for all course work completed at Washburn. The member must be in good standing with the Washburn criminal justice department.
The mission of Sigma Lambda is to recognize and promote service and leadership in the classroom and community, in order to prepare members for a career in the field of criminal justice. Sigma Lambda is sponsored by the Washburn Criminal Justice Association.