Nicole Cranley Accepted into Graduate Honor Society
Public Health, Social & Behavioral Science, doctoral student Nicole Cranley was accepted into Alpha Epsilon Lambda, a National Honor Society of Graduate and Professional School Students.
Founded here at UF in 1990, the mission is to confer distinction for high achievement, promote leadership development, promote scholarship and encourage intellectual development, enrich the intellectual environment of graduate education institutions, and encourage high standards of ethical behavior. Qualifications for membership include on-campus leadership and academic standing within the top 35% of campus graduate students. Ms. Cranley currently serves on several student committees both here at UF, including GSC, HSC Interprofessional Education (IPE), and within the public health field, as the current APHA Student Assembly mentoring committee chair. The society promotes academic success among the graduate and professional student population and engages in community service projects. Ms. Cranley will be celebrated at a new member ceremony this April.
For more information about Alpha Epsilon Lambda, visit http://www.ael.gradschools.org/.