Kean University inducts first National Athletic Training Education Honor Society Class

Congrats Eric – Nu Sigma Phi

Congratulations to Eric Centofanti on being inducted to Kean’s National Athletic Training Education Honor Society Class.
On April 20, 2009 an initiation ceremony was held to induct 8 Kean University Athletic
Training students into the National Athletic Training Education Honor Society
Iota Tau Alpha – Alpha Lambda Chapter. The Kean University chapter is the first Iota
Tau Alpha chapter at a New Jersey college or University. The purpose of Iota Tau
Alpha is to function as an honor and professional society for students of Athletic
Training Education. Membership requirements include: 1) completing at least one
term of the second year of a four-year curriculum or its equivalent. 2) completing at
least three term courses in Athletic Training Education with an average grade of B or
better of which at least one is not an introductory course 3) be in good academic
standing 4)have an overall GPA of 3.45 or higher. Seniors inducted were: Valeria
Bozza, Carolina Castro, Mark Harrington, and Christopher O’Boyle. Juniors inducted
were: Eric Centofanti, Ngan Chung, Sarah Lyon and Victoria Stanislawski. Kean University’s
Athletic Training Education Clinical Coordinator Gwen Cleaves, MA, ATC,
is the honor society’s advisor.

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