The following is the list of Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society inductees. CSU extends its congratulations to the graduates for their outstanding work and efforts!
Lucinda Fitzhugh Ward
Jeffrey Mark Brown
Daryl James Hogan Jr.
As an international honor society, the Delta Epsilon Tau was established to recognize the achievements of individuals who worked diligently to acquire new knowledge and skills from an accredited distance learning institution.
CSU alumni who have earned a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree with a minimum of 3.8 GPA are eligible to be invited to join the DET honor society. CSU administrators submit names of potential inductees routinely to the DET president based on the current criteria for DET recognition.
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speak and lead people more effectively, build a strong team and connect with my subordinates and co-workers on a more personal level,” he explained.
Not only that, his degrees have helped in dealing with the unexpected logistics that are common to his world.
“Life in the military changes in a moment’s notice and the only thing that is constant is change,” he explained. “Both of these degrees have been instrumental on my daily life. The benefits that I have gained from my education programs at CSU are wide ranging and still happening today.”
He is equally proud of his alma mater, too.
“I am a huge advocate for CSU. I wear the merchandise and I have the swag on my desk and proudly display my degrees,” he added.
Zamora is an active member of the Air Force Sergeants Association and he has won multiple quarterly awards at the squadron, group and wing level, including the Air Force Sergeants Association 2017 NCO of the Year award.
While his degrees have aided in the success of his military career, Zamora is not done with his educational journey. He wants to pursue a doctorate in business administration with CSU to complete it and if he is not deployed, attend a commencement ceremony in Orange Beach to cap it off.
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