Loyola Health System Management students inducted into National Honor Society
Recognized for leadership and academic achievements
MAYWOOD, Ill. – Twenty-nine Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing Health Systems Management students were inducted into the undergraduate chapter of Upsilon Phi Delta on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.
Upsilon Phi Delta is a national academic honor society for students in health-care management and policy. The mission of the organization is to recognize, reward and encourage academic excellence in the study of health administration. The society encourages academic preparation for careers in health-care management, policy and leadership; promotes activity that will elevate the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of these professionals; provides financial assistance and recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the profession.
New members included Elijah Ampo, Rida Aslam, Michael Brennan, Girolama Camastra, Timothy Cleary, Mariel Cruz, Taryn Deirmenjian, Michael Georges, Victoria Gordon, Taylor Hines, Adriana Inojosa, Rebecca Jones, Lillian Karges, Victoria King, Natalie Landfair, Samantha Leicht, Amanda Lunn, Nineveh Michel, Gianna Patrizi, Chantel Ropp, Brian Ruiz, Jacob Savino, Courtney Smola, Kelli Struck, Noman Syed, Jillian Toth, Kristina Uelsmann, Abby Wynstra and Erin Yurko.