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President's Message

Dear ASL Members

 

On Sunday, May 2nd friends, families and alumni gathered for the Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL), Epsilon Rho Chapter 23rd Annual Ritual of Initiation Ceremony at the University of Rhode Island/Feinstein College of Continuing Education, Providence Campus, Paff Auditorium. This event recognizes the academic achievements of the 2010 ASL inductees.

 

This year’s inductees were: Johnathan D. Berard, of Providence; Lauren E. Callahan, of East Greenwich; Linda I DeAngelis, of North Providence; Amber D. Deslauriers, of Pawtucket; Janice R. Dionne, of Smithfield; Carlene L. Fiorito, of East Providence; Thea Gonzalez, of Providence; Gail D. Harvey, of Cranston; Jessica P. Lanoue, of Coventry; Liliane Lintereur, of Warwick; Sarah A. McGovern, of Cumberland; Casey A. Nelson, of Barrington; Lee A. Zeppetelle, of West Warwick.

 

ASL Inductees 2010

2010 ASL Epsilon Rho Chapter Inductees

 

We thank all the members for their support of our chapter with their membership renewal and for participating in this year's induction ceremony, as well as other activities and initiatives planned throughout the year. I am proud of th

e strides we have made to date. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Anne
Ann Marie Rathbun
President
ASL Epsilon Rho Chapter
URI/FCCE Providence Campus

 

I realize that many members are no longer in the academic community. As our professional and personal demands become more complex, it is easy to lose interest or become disassociated with ASL and its activities. However, we ask you to step back for a moment and remember your induction experience and the sense of achievement and pride you felt. ASL is unique in that it acknowledges the adult students who have disciplined themselves to balance work and home demands, yet achieve academic excellence. Also, we welcome your involvement! If you have ideas with respect to ceremony format or arrangements, or would like to help plan this event or have any questions/concerns, please contact Cessie Hernandez at 401-277-5163, or me at 401-946-4905. We look forward to your Continued support!Signature
Ann Marie Rathbun