Special congratulations to several CSU students and faculty/staff members who were recently accepted into the Order of the Sword & Shield National Honor Society!
The society is the first and only academic and professional honor society dedicated to homeland security, intelligence, emergency management and all protective security disciplines.
The honor society has accepted CSU students Daylon Eaton, Benjamin Allen Short, Beverly A. Spittel and Stuart Charles Sullivan. Faculty and staff members who were also accepted include Dennis Phalen, Joseph V. Saitta, Heather L. Holt, Jamie Gauthier and Christina Spoons.
“I am proud of our CSU students whose academic achievements have been recognized and validated by their induction into the Order of the Sword & Shield National Honor Society,” said Phalen, chapter coordinator. “Their achievements and membership in this prestigious honor society provides them with distinctive recognition and truly places them at the tip of the spear among their peers.”
The society works to promote critical thinking, high scholarship and professional development; to further enhance the ethical standards of the protective security professions; and to cultivate a high order of personal living. The Order is also strongly committed to helping communities prepare for safety and emergency conditions and sponsors informational events throughout the year.
Apply for the Order of the Sword & Shield today through the CSU website.