Sarah Jo Lambert honored at University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Ivy Day ceremonies
Sarah Jo Lambert honored at University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Ivy Day ceremoniesFriday, April 18, 2014 - 7:00pm
Sarah Jo Lambert of Lubbock, Texas, was inducted into the Innocents Society during the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s annual Ivy Day ceremonies on April 19.
Lambert, daughter of Dr. Matthew and Maureen Lambert, is an advertising and public relations major and English and Spanish double minor. She is the career and personal development chair of Chi Omega Sorority, PR director and plans book editor for the National Student Advertising Competition, on the University Health Center Student Advisory Board, and an intern at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Lambert is also a volunteer and translator at El Centro De Las Americas and a motivational speaker for TEDx. She was a 2012 Olympic Torchbearer in England and is on the College of Journalism’s Dean’s List.
The Innocents Society inducts 13 new members each spring, with selection based on leadership, scholarship and service to the university and greater community.
The event, co-sponsored by Mortar Board, recognizes the outstanding contribution of students selected to serve in the two organizations, as well as the achievements of current members and notable underclassmen and seniors.
The Innocents Society was founded in 1903 to promote the spirit of the university and its chancellor’s senior honorary. It is not affiliated with any national organization.