Alpha Epsilon Lambda
Alpha Epsilon Lambda is a graduate student honorary society that promotes ethics, intellectual achievement and leadership among graduate students.
Alpha Epsilon Lambda, a graduate student honor society, was founded in 1990 by several leaders in the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students with the specific objective of recognizing the academic and leadership accomplishments of graduate and professional students.
Before Alpha Epsilon Lambda, no honor society was devoted exclusively to recognizing graduate students. Alpha Epsilon Lambda’s purpose is to promote ethics, intellectual achievement and leadership among graduate students. In 2011, VCU became the 44th chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda. Only 1 percent of VCU graduate students will receive this high honor.
Charlotte Arbogast – VCU College of Health Professions
Reetika Bhardwaj – School of Medicine
Bria Corprew-Royster – VCU College of Health Professions
Tobias Guennel – School of Medicine
Roseann Peterson – School of Medicine
Darrell Tyler – L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
2018-19 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
2017 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
2016 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
2015 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
2014 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
Bobby Keener, Jr.
Jennifer St Clair Russell
2013 ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA INDUCTEES
Serra De Arment