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Morgan State University Students Inducted into Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society

April 14, 2016 was a special date, as five Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) honor students at Morgan State University were inducted into Kappa Omicron Nu, the leading honor society for students in the human sciences. Desiree Latta, Shawnikia Smith,Jenna Stallworth, Lisa Thompson, and Imani Tutt are the newest members of the society’s Kappa Delta XI Chapter. La-Kia Kommeren, former chapter president, and Jacqueline Holland, Ed.D., CFCS, chapter advisor, conducted the induction ceremony. The mission of Kappa Omicron Nu is to empower leaders who use an integrative approach to enhancing the quality of living through excellence in scholarship, leadership and research. Kappa Omicron Nu chapters are located in colleges and universities that offer a strong human sciences program. The Kappa Delta XI Chapter was established at Morgan in 2004.

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