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Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN) Inductees

Each Fall, Loyola University Chicago celebrates the induction of new members into Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN), the only honor society which is permitted to bear the name Jesuit 

The international honor society was founded in 1915. Alpha Sigma Nu honors students of Jesuit colleges and universities who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty, and service.  

Loyola inducts fewer than 5% of its students each year, so it considers Alpha Sigma Nu to be one of the highest honors the University can bestow. 

This year the School of Education celebrates nine students who will be inducted on Sunday, October 24, 2021.  These new members represent both our graduate and undergraduate programs, and it is our great joy to announce their accomplishment and induction with the Loyola School of Education community.  

2021 Inductees

 

Emily Blanchard ASN story photo

Emily Blanchard 

BSED, Secondary Education & History 

"Being inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu means that I will be a part of a community of likeminded people that hold values of service as I continue to uphold Jesuit ideals as a teacher in adulthood. " 

 

Kelly Burke ASN story photo

Kelly Burke

BSED, Elementary Education, Reading Teacher minor 

"Being inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu is such an honor. Not only does this prestigious society allow me to continue my education among so many inspiring peers and individuals, but it also encourages me to push myself in my practice to be the most genuine, skilled teacher I can be in the future. I am so grateful to be able to continue my education under the Jesuit values I hold near to my heart." 

 

Aidan Doyle ASN story photo

Aidan Doyle

BSED, Secondary Education & Math

 "Being inducted into ASN is an affirmation of my commitment to the ideals of Jesuit Education. As a future teacher, being able to model and implement such ideals in my classroom is very important to me and will help me best the best teacher I can be" 

 

Tracy Fisher ASN story photo

Tracy Fisher

BSED in Secondary Education & English 

“What a privilege and an honor it is to be inducted into ASN! I am so eager to participate in this community of fellow service-focused scholars and see what differences we can make together for our communities through dedication to our Jesuit values.” 

 

Bobby Ganzer ASN story photo

Bobby Ganzer

MED, Higher Education 

"Being a part of Alpha Sigma Nu is truly an honor. I am thankful for the support of the faculty, staff, and my fellow classmates who have helped me every step of the way through my graduate program. This program has helped me grow in so many ways and I hope to demonstrate the values I've learned in my classes and of Alpha Sigma Nu in every situation I enter into." 

 

Michele Helmer ASN story photo

Michele Helmer

BSEd in Elementary Education 

I have dedicated much of my college experience to learning how to be an empathetic, cooperative and kind teacher. I am honored that ASN is recognizing my dedication to serving my future students!” 

 

Dominique Modory ASN story photo

Dominique Modory

BSEd, Elementary Education, Reading Teacher & SPED minors 

"Induction into ASN means that I am joining a community of the finest individuals who emanate Loyola’s utmost values.” 

 

Anna Monarski ASN story photo

Anna Monarski

BSED in Secondary Education & English; Reading Teacher Minor 

“With the privilege and gift of a Jesuit, Loyola education, I can stand firm knowing that my peers also strive to live out the highest ideals.  This the power of the opportunity to join the ranks of world-changing scholars and humans in Alpha Sigma Nu.” 

 

Kelsey Taylor ASN story photo

Kelsey Taylor

MEd, School Counseling 

"It is an honor and a privilege to be given the opportunity to be a part of such a prestigious group of hard-working, service-oriented individuals."