The National Honor Society for the Profession of Respiratory Care was formed in 1986 to promote, recognize and honor scholarship, scholarly achievement, service, and character of students, graduates, and faculty members of the profession. The name of the society is based on the goals of the Respiratory Care profession: sustaining "life and breath" for all mankind. Lambda (Ë) is the Greek letter "L", and beta (Â) is the Greek letter "B". Lambda Beta Society currently has over 100 Chapters established at Respiratory Care programs across the United States. The purpose of the Society is to promote achievement of high scholarly standards within the schools and chapters through the encouragement of membership and graduation with honors.
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Respiratory Care Senior Brittany Wolfe Earns Prestigious National Scholarship
Wheeling Jesuit University is one of only 60 schools in the country to offer a Bachelor of Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy.
WHEELING, WV, Dec. 8, 2009 - Wheeling Jesuit University senior Brittany Wolfe has been awarded a national scholarship for respiratory care students, the $1,000 National Lambda Beta Scholarship. Read more ...