Two Una Students Inducted Into Aerho
Mar. 19, 2010
Michelle Eubanks, UNA, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 256.765.4392 or 256.606.2033FLORENCE, Ala. - University of North Alabama junior Priyanka Karky, of Kathmandu, Nepal, and freshman Michael Losey, of Florence, were recently inducted into the National Broadcasting Society's Alpha Epsilon Rho (AERho). AERho is a national honor society for students demonstrating superior scholarship and creative participation in the field of electronic media as well as leadership qualities and service to their organization, the community and the industry. Karky's and Losey's inductions into AERho were made at the National Broadcasting Society's recent annual convention in Dallas. The UNA chapter of the National Broadcasting Society is one of more than 85 chapters on college, university, community college and high school campuses. Dr. Pat Sanders, assistant professor of radio/television/film, serves as the chapter's faculty advisor.
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