Spring Alpha Chi Honor Society Inductees
April 14, 2015
Alpha Chi is open to students majoring in any academic discipline and has over 300 chapters nationwide with more than 400,000 members. To be eligible, students must rank in the top 10 percent of seniors at their college or university, or in the top 7.5 percent of juniors.
ASU’s spring 2015 inductees by hometown and major are:
San Angelo: Robert Alexander, biology; Brianna Arranaga, nursing; Loran Bird, English; Christian Garcia, finance; Kimberly Hanusch, social work; Marcus Havlak, physics; Hannah Jones, biology; Kristopher Martin, nursing; Michael McEnrue, nursing; Reagan McGee, psychology; Joshua Meyers, political science; Alejandra Perales, social work; Shelby Robertson, mathematics; Kristi Tu, biology; Aaron Villescas, criminal justice; Danielle Walston, English; Kelcee Widdess, chemistry; and Zachary Wimpee, physics/mathematics
Abilene: Elizabeth Rapstine, interdisciplinary studies
Angleton: Deanna Wauer, accounting
Aspermont: Ryan Reid, psychology
Billings, Mont.: Phillip Nichelson, accounting
Blanco: Jacob Hallenberger, computer science
Carlsbad: Briana Glass, interdisciplinary studies
Fort Worth: Kathleen Keoughan, kinesiology
Haskell: Maci Colley, biology
Idalou: Morgan Griffith, interdisciplinary studies
Junction: Mykel Martin, music
Keller: Trevor Stafford, communication
McCamey: Linda Zarate, criminal justice
Midland: Haley Rhodes, intelligence, security studies and analysis
Mineral Wells: Trella Waight, nursing
Ozona: Kelsie Ramirez, psychology
Robert Lee: Ashlie Wheat, kinesiology
Roscoe: Jose Rangel, kinesiology
Rotan: Kristian Neves, nursing
Rowena: Kirsten McCoy, nursing
Springtown: Zane Maddux, animal science
Topeka, Kan.: Hope Long, English
Wall: Allison Gerngross, nursing; Regan Hoelscher, kinesiology; and Trent Schwartz, food animal science and marketing
Weatherford: Jordan Walker, psychology
South Korea: Rira Lee, accounting
Additionally, ASU Alpha Chi members Caitlin Bruns of Yorktown, Katlynn Cox of Springtown, Jared Goecker of San Angelo, Rachel Riggs of De Leon, Daniel Thompson of San Angelo and Brittany Trubenstein of Christoval attended the Alpha Chi National Convention March 19-22 in Chicago. Bruns and Trubenstein were awarded scholarships at the convention and Cox was elected as a student representative on the Alpha Chi National Council.
ASU is located in Alpha Chi Region I, and Dr. Karl Havlak, professor of mathematics, is the head faculty advisor for the ASU chapter. Additional faculty advisors are Dr. June Smith for the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Biqing Huang for the College of Business, Dr. Charlene Bustos for the College of Education, and Paul Osmanski for the College of Health and Human Services. Havlak is also secretary-treasurer for Region I and a member of the Alpha Chi National Council.
For more information, call Havlak at 325-486-5432. More details on Alpha Chi are available online at www.alphachihonor.org.