New Members Inducted into Phi Lambda Sigma Society
Published on 10 February 2020
At the start of the spring semester, 10 students from the classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 were welcomed into the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Alpha Theta chapter of the honorary pharmacy leadership society, Phi Lambda Sigma.
Founded in 1965, Phi Lambda Sigma is a national pharmacy leadership society that recognizes students who have demonstrated dedication and leadership in the advancement of pharmacy and are of high moral and ethical character. Members are selected by peer recognition and must have successfully completed at least one professional year in a pharmacy program with a cumulative grade point average of 2.70 on a 4.00 grading scale.
Each year, the society also inducts an honorary member who has demonstrated dedication, leadership and service to the profession of pharmacy, including those pursuing degrees in pharmaceutical sciences.
This year, Kendra Holmes, B.S. ’99, Pharm.D. ’00, was chosen for this honor in recognition of her career accomplishments with Affinia Healthcare, work as a role model for students, leadership within the community and embodying what it means to be a leader in pharmacy.
New members were inducted into the prestigious society during a ceremony held on campus on Jan. 31.
2020 Phi Lambda Sigma Society New Members
2020 Phi Lambda Sigma Honorary Member
Kendra Holmes, B.S. ’99, Pharm.D. ’00