Date:     October 2, 2014


To:          All UF Graduate Students


From:    UF Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AE╦) Honor Society


RE:          Seeking Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AE╦) Honor Society Members at UF



Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AE╦) is an honor society for graduate and professional school students. It recognizes students who are in the top 35% of their college and who also possess a record of leadership and service to graduate student organizations (GSC, GAU, GSAC), professional societies, academic governance, and other groups.  No more than 1% of campus graduate students can be accepted into AEL membership each year.   AEL strives to increase awareness of graduate students on campus while promoting Academic Excellence and Leadership (AEL), the core ideals of the society.


University of Florida is the home of AEL’s Alpha (first) chapter created in 1992. Another 36 chapters exist at campuses across the USA. With that said, the AEL chapter at UF will be back up and running very soon. If you are an AEL member from another institution, please contact email Jerone Dunbar ([log in to unmask]) and notify him of your prior affiliation. You may also respond if you are interested in applying for membership.


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