A Resolution to Recognize the Spring 2019 Inductees for the Alpha Chi Honor Society
The Angelo State Student Government Association wishes to recognize the 39 new students who were formally inducted into the Alpha Chi Honor Society.
Thirty-nine students were inducted into one of the nation’s most prestigious honor societies, which is open to students majoring in any academic discipline.
To qualify for Alpha Chi, students must rank in the top 10 percent of graduate students or seniors at their university, or in the top 7.5 percent of juniors.
The Angelo State Alpha Chi Chapter is under the direction of Dr. Karl Havlak, College of Science and Engineering, while also having the support of Dr. June Smith, College of Arts and Humanities, Dr. Sandra Pate, Norris-Vincent College of Business, Dr. Charlene Bustos, College of Education, and Paul Osmanski, Archer College of Health and Human Services.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
That the Angelo State Student Government Association recognizes the 39 students inducted into Alpha Chi and that copies of this resolution be sent to; Dr. Brian May, President of Angelo State University; Dr. Karl Havlak, College of Science and Engineering; Dr. June Smith, College of Arts and Humanities; Dr. Sandra Pate, Norris-Vincent College of Business; Dr. Charlene Bustos, College of Education; Paul Osmanski, Archer College of Health and Human Services; Brenna Cranfill, management; Jessie Ehl, teacher education; Michelle Kimble, accounting; Davis Levesque, civil engineering; Brianna Macias, social work; Joseph Marshall, international business; Nicholas Reyna, computer science; Merit Rogge, music; Jessica Schneider, English; Kyle Langford, biology; Jessica Bowermaster, kinesiology/exercise science; Lane Reinach, animal science; Allie Denham, biology; Garett Parrish, psychology; Kaley McBee, management; Kara Naegeli, geological science; Brenda Duran, nursing; Phyllis Creecy, communication; Dionicio Gutierrez, animal science; Conrado Jimenez Jr., biology; Christy Montes, teacher education; Pricilla Nunez, teacher education; Ryan Elderton, integrated finance; Callie Martin, international business; Kayla Hunter, social work; Jamie Couch, international business; Taylor Spoo, physics; Christy Vassar, nursing; Christian Taylor, English; Austin Habecker, computer science; Clay Hudson, marketing; Brennan Doherty, social work; Amber Chappelle, teacher education; Joshua Buckley, finance; Elizabeth Flores, teacher education; Rylee Crawford, health science professions; Zoe Gubbels, accounting; Chae Eun Lee, psychology; and Ngoc Huyen Le, finance