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December 3, 2009

Moriarty Native Inducted into Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society at UNM

UNM senior Matt Everett is congratulated for induction into Tau Sigma Delta by architecture program director Geraldine Forbes Isais, School of Architecture and Planning.

Moriarty native Matt Everett was recently inducted into the University of New Mexico’s Gamma Lambda Chapter of the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, which guides students in architecture, landscape architecture and planning. Everett was one of 30 inductees for the fall 2009 semester.

Everett, son of Brian and Paula Everett, is a senior majoring in architecture at the UNM School of Architecture and Planning. He graduated in 2006 from Moriarty High School.

“I was quite surprised when I received the invitation,” Everett said.  “To be honest, I didn’t even know that the honor society existed, so I was pleased to find out that they were interested in inducting me.”

Everett is also a member of the UNM chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students.

All students were nominated to receive admittance into the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society. The invitation to join is automatically extended to students in the top 20 percent of each of the School of Architecture and Planning's programs.


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