|A PUBLICATION OF THE SEIDEL SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES AT SALISBURY UNIVERSITY||Winter 2016|
On September 12, 2015, Dr. Brandye Nobiling, Community Health Program director, welcomed the installment of the Epsilon Xi chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma, the national health education honorary, to SU. The Department of Health and Sport Sciences hosted Dr. Irene O’Boyle, director of chapter development for Eta Sigma Gamma’s National Office, who formally installed the Epsilon Xi chapter at Salisbury University and inducted the inaugural cohort of 25 new members.
Eta Sigma Gamma is the only national health education honorary. Founded in 1967 at Ball State University, its mission is to promote the highest possible standards in education, research and service within the discipline of health education through student-led chapters in colleges and universities across the United States. The Epsilon Xi chapter at SU is open to any community health major or health minor who meets established eligibility requirements.
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