University of Fairfax announces the inaugural class of Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society members
The University of Fairfax announces its inaugural class into Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society—Delta of Virginia Chapter, the national honor society for accredited distance learning institutions. These students are inducted into the society for their dedication to distance education, their leadership, their character, and their academic achievement.
“The University of Fairfax is well represented by these students who are committed to their studies,” said Frank Longaker, president of University of Fairfax. “Excellence will follow these students into their careers.”
The Inaugural Class of Delta Epsilon Tau, Delta of Virginia chapter:
|Albertina Briney||Raleigh, NC||Doctorate of Information Assurance|
|Regina Bumper||Woodbridge, VA||Doctorate of Business Administration|
|Etinnie Burnett||Tega Cay, SC||Doctorate of Information Assurance|
|Nora Cole Murphy||Washington, District of Columbia||Doctorate of Business Administration|
|Cristy Cross||Summerville, SC||Doctorate of Information Assurance|
|James Senger||Irving, TX||Doctorate of Information Assurance|
|Bruce Young||Palmyra, PA||Doctorate of Information Assurance|
The University of Fairfax congratulates all students inducted into this esteemed society!