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Angelo State Inducts 60 Students to Alpha Chi Honor Society

October 21, 2019

Angelo State University’s chapter of the Alpha Chi national honor society inducted 60 new student members during a special initiation ceremony on Oct. 17 in the Houston Harte University Center.

Alpha Chi is one of the nation’s most prestigious honor societies and is open to students majoring in any academic discipline. It has over 300 chapters nationwide with more than 400,000 members. To be eligible, students must rank in the top 10 percent of graduate students or seniors at their college or university, or in the top 7.5 percent of juniors.

ASU’s fall 2019 student inductees by hometown and major are:

San Angelo:  Alyssa Bailey, marketing; James Biggs, criminal justice; Tabetha Bigham, management; Jeremy Carr, border and homeland security; Bianca Featherston, animal science; Molly Horning, social work; Carl Jones, computer science; Alexandria Kemp, chemistry; Macy McNutt, animal science; Maria Munoz, music; Jade Spain, health science professions; Stephen Stipanovic, mechanical engineering;  and Abbey Weed, psychology

Abilene:  Grace Kerestly, psychology; Ian Sokolnicki, mathematics; and Elaina Tobey, teacher education

Amarillo:  Caroline Huseman, teacher education; and Julian Huseman, teacher education

Ballinger:  Emma Duke, animal science

Belton:  Jenna Calder, accounting

Big Spring:  David Mathis, interdisciplinary studies; and Maddelyn Rudd, psychology

Boerne:  Connor Blake, accounting

Bronte:  Emily Holden, kinesiology/exercise science

Buda:  Bryanne Deleza, management information systems

Crowley:  Hoszel West, music

Eldorado:  Rahegyn Franke, accounting

Garden City:  Madison Hastings, animal science

Hermleigh:  Kelsey Botts, teacher education

Hopewell, Penn.:  Lauren Law, biology

Kermit:  Jose Hermosillo, geoscience

Kerrville:  Eliah McGough, criminal justice; and Rosslyn Wright, nursing

Lackland AFB:  Kamryn Alward, teacher education

Lawn:  Kellen Rowe, biology

Liberty Hill:  Lauren Brooks, psychology

Lubbock:  Autumn Hand, communication

Mansfield:  Adrianne Thomas, criminal justice

Menard:  Haleigh Hillert, accounting

Meridian:  Emma Hooks, animal science

Midland:  Jordan Shoults, kinesiology/exercise science; and Jordyn Whitson, teacher education

Miles:  Marial Kalina, nursing

Odonnell:  Mi-Jeanne Van Der Bank, accounting

Ovalo:  Troy Long, physics 

San Antonio:  Danielle Mullen, music

San Saba:  Jenna Steger, civil engineering

Schertz:  Logan Drake, mechanical engineering; and Elizabeth Garcia, music

Scott AFB, Ill.:  Margaret Dudley, history

Silverton:  Teah Patton, animal science

Tahoka:  Kylynn McCleskey, health science professions

Tuscola:  Hudson Payne, biology

Wall:  Keoni Balcomb, nursing; and Annie Watkins, animal science

Seoul, South Korea: Huijun Park, health science professions

Binh Duong, Vietnam:  Anh Thu Nguyen, management

Hanoi, Vietnam:  Quang Vinh Nguyen, kinesiology/exercise science

Hung Yen, Vietnam: Thi Ky Duyen Le, marketing

Thai Binh, Vietnam:  Thi Thu Huong Vo, mathematics

ASU is located in Alpha Chi Region I, and Dr. Karl Havlak, College of Science and Engineering, is the head faculty advisor for the ASU chapter. Additional faculty advisors are Paul Osmanski for the Archer College of Health and Human Services, Dr. June Smith for the College of Arts and Humanities, Dr. Charlene Bustos for the College of Education, and Dr. Satvir Singh for the Norris-Vincent College of Business. Havlak is also secretary-treasurer for Region I and secretary of the Alpha Chi National Council.


Dr. Karl Havlak
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