Pi Lambda Theta

Pi Lambda Theta is one of the nation’s most prestigious education honor societies, serving to recognize outstanding students who intend to pursue careers in education. With more than 185,000 individuals inducted across the nation since 1910, membership signifies a strong commitment to academic excellence and the teaching profession.

Induction into Pi Lambda Theta is a distinction awarded only to the most high-achieving students committed to the teaching profession. Nominated students must meet the most rigorous academic requirements. As an honor society, Pi Lambda Theta's purpose is to recognize persons of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for professional leadership. Pi Lambda Theta seeks to: FOSTER creativity and academic excellence at all educational levels; DEMONSTRATE the power of competence in the body of knowledge unique to the profession; IMPROVE the status of educators, and PROMOTE professional fellowship and cooperation as a means to positive action. 

Pace University School of Education honors our newest inductees into the Pi Lambda Theta honor society.

Nicolette Camacho
Dawn Keating
Sarah Daleo
Melissa Libertino
Jade DiCesare
Brian Marello
Geena DiNapoli
Alexis Scarnati
Danielle Gehrlein
Danielle Sens-Castet
Danielle Hickey
Nileyris Sosa
Tyler Joseph
Congratulations to our inductees!

2019 Inductee List