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December 2005

Release date: December 8, 2005

ASU Honor Society Inducts 41

The Alpha Chi national honor society inducted 41 new members on Nov. 1. Only juniors and seniors in the top 10 percent of their classes are eligible to be inducted (this usually represents a grade point average of greater than 3.6 at ASU).

Alpha Chi members are eligible for special scholarships and may attend the Alpha Chi convention in the spring. Alpha Chi is the only honor society recognized at graduation and noted on the students' permanent records.

The new members of Alpha Chi are Staci Belk, Brandi Nycole Bowden, Raymond Douglas Cherry, Sean Emmanuel Stephane Coeckelenbergh, Teresa J. Delheimer, Nubia Estrada, Bridget Marion Feldhaus, Timothy J. Gillen-Hall, Karen L. Glasgow, Covey Jordan Green, Josh Hammerquist, Chase S. Harrison, Jayme Hejl, Megan Hester, Allison Jansa, Jenna Renea Jones, Jared Kinyon and Tina Sharee Klepac.

Also inducted were Laura B. Larkin, Leah M. Lawdermilk, Alejandro Mancha, Alicia McNeal, Chad Moorhead, Samantha Newton, Jessalyn M. Paulk, Zachary C. Reyes, Dana Burrow Rhoades, Blake A. Rieger, Norbert Joel Rios, Shannon M. Rodefer, Meagan A. Saldua, Amy Jean Schniers, Quisto Settle, Rhonda Shrum, Jacob R. Spencer, Kayla Stephens, Wanda J. Stewart, Daniela Swearingen, Tanya Swenson, Christine Ann Wasson and Bethany Wood.