Lowery inducted into Lambda Pi Eta

Erica Lowery of Newnan was among nine Young Harris College students recently inducted into the Omega Tau chapter of the international communication studies honor society Lambda Pi Eta.

Lowery and the other students were inducted during a ceremony held in Susan B. Harris Chapel on the YHC campus. 

Election to membership in Lambda Pi Eta is open to undergraduates enrolled as communication studies majors or minors with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 with 60 credit hours completed and 3.25 for communication studies courses with 12 credit hours.

Lowery, a junior communication studies major at YHC, is a graduate of Northgate High School. She is the daughter of Harrison and Rita Lowery.




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