International Education Honor Society welcomes twelve new inductees

Kappa Delta Pi recognizes UMassD education students for their academic excellence

Education students posing after awards

Today, UMass Dartmouth’s Alpha Eta Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society in Education inducted 12 students:

  • Courtney Beauregard
  • Andrew Camara
  • Shantel Dasilva
  • Charlemya Erasme
  • Rachel Gath
  • Chunjing Ji
  • McKenzie Joyce
  • Cameron McCarthy
  • Erin McRae
  • Stephanie Monteiro
  • Jenna Morton
  • Pamela Vasile

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education serves to recognize those dedicated to the field of education and provides members with a network of individuals to connect within the education fields. For eligibility, undergraduates must demonstrate a 3.2 cumulative GPA and graduates must demonstrate a 3.5 cumulative GPA.

The Alpha Eta Alpha Chapter at UMass Dartmouth was chartered in 2013. Professor Sheila Macrine (STEM Education & Teacher Development) serves as the Alpha Eta Alpha Chapter counselor.

Kappa Delta Pi was founded over a century ago at the University of Illinois. KDP holds a membership base of over a million individuals committed to the ideals and values upheld by the organization with the motto Fidelity to Humanity, Science, Service and Toil.


School of Education Dept, Educational Leadership, News and Public Information, School of Education