The University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning recently hosted a dinner to induct 24 graduate and undergraduate students into Tau Sigma Delta (TSD), the only honor society recognized in the fields of architecture and the allied arts and a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. UNM's Gamma Lambda chapter is one of 87 chapters nationally.
The event was held at Hodgin Hall with Interim Provost Chaouki Abdallah serving as guest speaker. Each student received a certificate and was congratulated by the program directors and Dean Geraldine Forbes Isais.
TSD officers are Jayne Franck, president; and Jason Jaramillo, treasurer. Faculty advisor is Assistant Professor Katya Crawford; and Professor Roger Schluntz is President Elect for the TSD Grand Chapter.
Master in Architecture inductees: Charles Giannini Jr., Albuquerque; Jennifer Jaramillo, Rio Rancho; Shiree McKenzie, Los Alamos; Michael Mounce, Alamogordo; Hilary Noll, Albuquerque; Eduardo Ordaz, Eagle Pass, Texas; Joshua Rogers, Albuquerque; and John Can Loh, Gresham, Ore.
Bachelor in Architecture inductees: Justin Depoy, Albuquerque; Stacey George, Albuquerque; Ariana Maes, Albuquerque, Anh-Tu Nguyen, Albuquerque; Nicholas Nuccio, Des Plaines, Ill.; and Katie Walker, Albuquerque.
Master in Landscape Architecture inductees: Ryan Bromberg, Albuquerque; Roxanne Carpenter, Rochester, NY; Meredith Ellis, Era, Texas; Jennifer Griggs, Darien, Ill., and Scott Sutton, The Dalles, Ore.
Master in Community and Regional Planning inductees: Mariah Harrison, Santa Fe; Marcos Roybal, Santa Fe; and Ian Sansom, Omaha, Neb.
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning Design inductees: Charles Joslin, Girard, Ill.; Lise Lamatia, Bedford, NY.
Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society recognizes the scholastic achievement of undergraduates who are in their fourth year of study and graduate students enrolled in architecture, landscape architecture, or community and regional planning who have completed one year of study in their respective program at UNM. Students must be in the upper 20 percent of their class.
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