Lambda Pi Eta Serves Queens and Thomas Friedman
Students in the Queens University of Charlotte chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the national honor society in communication, partnered with the Queens Learning Society for the Thomas L. Friedman lecture on March 19, 2009. These honor students took tickets, distributed programs, served as ushers, and attended the event as part of the event staff for the sold-out lecture on Thursday night. Students were also delighted to have the chance to meet Mr. Friedman and interact with him following the presentation.
Thomas L. Friedman is the award-winning journalist at the New York Times and author of best-selling books From Beirut to Jerusalem; The World is Flat; and Hot, Flat, and Crowded. He is a three-time Pulitzer prize winner. His current foreign affairs column in the Times is syndicated and appears in newspapers around the world.
Lambda Pi Eta is a national honor society which recognizes excellence and academic achievement among undergraduate students in communication. The Queens University of Charlotte chapter of Lambda Pi Eta was chartered to the School of Communication in 2008. The chapter recognizes junior and senior communication students who rise to the highest standards of academic excellence and service in the School of Communication.
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