Saint Joseph’s College Social Work Programs inducted seven students into the Phi Alpha Honor Society on Friday, April 26. The Phi Alpha Honor Society recognizes scholarship and service in social work. Students are eligible in their junior year based on GPA and service activities. Professor Caitlin Eldridge serves as the society’s faculty advisor at the College. Inductees included (left to right): Trevor Nelson ’19, Victoria Codrey, ’19, Hailey Bouyea ’20, and Dani Bosse ’19. Not pictured: Meghan Elmore ’19, Jennifer Turner ’20 (online student), and Jessica Martineau ’20 (online student). On Commencement Day, May 11, 2019, the first seven Saint Joseph’s graduates of the social work program will accept their degrees.
Additionally, earlier this spring, Representative Lori K. Gramlich, of Old Orchard Beach, visited campus to present a joint resolution recognizing March as Social Work Month. Left to right: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Elaine Trumble, Program Director and Associate Professor of Social Work Rebecca Brown, Trevor Nelson ’19, and Representative Lori K. Gramlich (photo by Evan Loignon ’20.