Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Humbled to be part of Honor Society receive a recognition

Soraya Fallah received Honor Society recognition for her educational excellence 

June 29th, 2015

Mrs. Soraya Fallah a Doctoral Student in Educational Leadership and Policy Study at California State University Northridge (CSUN), a scholar, researcher and a lifelong Women and Human Rights activist   received Honor Society recognition for her educational excellence. 

In an interview with VOKRadio Mrs. Soraya Fallah said: “I am humbled to receive recognition from Honor Society, Pi Lambda Theta. This is most prestigious award I have received”

Mrs. Fallah works extensively with local and International NGOs to promote human rights in the USA and throughout the world, specifically protecting the rights of ethnic minorities in the Middle East.

The president of honor society wrote to Mrs. Fallah:

“Congratulations!! Your excellent academic performance at the Michael D. Eisner college of Education at CSUN has proven you to be a dedicated educator …”

PLT executive director and International president were signed the award as follow:
“International Honor society and Professional association in education be it known that the right to wear the key of Pi Lambda Theta was conferred upon Soraya Fallah…”  

The honor society is a rank organization that recognizes excellence among peers in the United States.

Numerous societies recognize various fields and circumstances.

Pi Lambda Theta is an international education honor association that recognizes scholarship and leadership in the field of education. It is an honor society and professional association for educators. As an honor society, its purpose is to recognize persons of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for professional leadership. As a professional association, its purpose is to stimulate independent-thinking educators who can ask critical questions to improve educational policies and practices.