Eight University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown students were inducted into the Kappa Beta Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Honor Society.
Pi Sigma Alpha is the only honor society for college and university students of government in the U.S. The Kappa Beta Chapter at Pitt-Johnstown has inducted 221 members since its formation in 1980. Celebrating its 85th anniversary this year, Pitt-Johnstown is located in the Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania and is the first and largest regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh. The University offers a high-quality educational experience in a supportive living-learning environment designed to prepare students for the real world of the 21st century. Pitt-Johnstown is recognized by the Princeton Review as a “Best Northeastern College,” by G.I. Jobs as a “Military Friendly School,” and Pennsylvania Business Central as a "Top 100 Organization" for 2011. Additionally, Pitt-Johnstown has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
This year’s inductees are John T. Bandzuh IV, a junior dual political science and geography major and son of John and Elena Bandzuh of Portage; Adam Brnardic, a senior dual political science and history major and son of Bronco and Candace Brnardic of Cheswick, Pa.; Zachary R. Cacicia, a senior dual political science and history major and son of Robert and Jody Cacicia of Johnstown; Alison Jones, a junior political science major and daughter of Carl and Sandra Jones of New Alexandria, Pa.; Dedra Totin, a senior political science major and daughter of George and Sheila Totin of Donora, Pa.; Amanda N. Witters, a senior dual political science and secondary education-social studies major and daughter of Greg Watters and Elaine Martin of Lebanon, Pa.; and Christian Patrick Woo, a senior communication major and political science minor and son of Dr. Philip and Elizabeth Woo of Ebensburg.
Pitt-Johnstown…at the forefront of leading baccalaureate colleges…