Huntingdon academic honor societies induct new members
Montgomery, Ala.—Huntingdon College academic honor
societies for religion, education, English, business,
biology, psychology, and communication studies announced
their newest inductees during the College's Awards Day
Convocation last month. Huntingdon offers 15 honor
societies that recognize academic achievement and leadership.
Beta Beta Beta, the national honorary biological
fraternity, installed the Beta Nu chapter at Huntingdon
College in 1946. The fraternity's membership consists of
juniors and seniors who have an active interest in biology
and have completed at least three semester courses in the
biological sciences. This honor society for biology
students encourages undergraduate research. The newest
Kappa Delta Epsilon, an honorary educational fraternity,
fosters a spirit of fellowship, high standards of scholastic
attainment, and professional ideals among those who preparing for
teaching professions. Huntingdon's newest members are:
W. Blake Bosch, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Allyson Brislinger, Chesnee, S.C.
Tyler Creamer, Killen, Ala.
William Davis, Niceville, Fla.
Dexter Dean, Clanton, Ala.
Matthew McGee, Millbrook, Ala.
Sandra Pattison, Shalimar, Fla.
Mallorie Richardson, Rainbow City,
Kali Sands, Palm City, Fla.
Taylor Trenier, Mobile, Ala.
Carly Williamson, Memphis, Tenn.
Katelyn Elizabeth Atkins, Elmore, Ala.
Abby Nicole Brown, Haleyville, Ala.
Kayla Jane Causby, Prattville, Ala.
Jamicia Croskery, Montgomery, Ala.
William Benton Dake, Auburn, Ala
Tristiana K. Mays, Montgomery, Ala.
Hunter Alan Mims, Clanton, Ala.
Emily Ann Minor, Montgomery, Ala.
Lambda Pi Eta, the official
communication studies honor society of the National
Communication Association, has more than 400 active
chapters worldwide. The newest Huntingdon members are:
Hope Eakins, King George,
Kate Garrigan, Tallahassee, Fla.
Grant Hayes, Birmingham, Ala
Mary Cam Raybon, Montgomery, Ala.
Jenna Rimensnyder, Pinellas Park,
Jason Varney, Milton, Fla.
Psi Chi, the national honor society for psychology, was
founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and
maintaining excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of
psychology. Those inducted are psychology majors who meet desired
academic qualifications. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of
College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of the American
Psychological Association (APA) and the Association for
Psychological Science (APS). The latest Huntingdon inductees are:
Mary Kathryn Dismuke, Montgomery, Ala.
Devin Douglas, Calera, Ala.
Hope Eakins, King George, Va.
Kaela Grady, Columbia, S.C.
Bailee Ikner, Semmes, Ala.
Tori Jackson, Prattville, Ala.
Holly Ostrander, Clearwater, Fla.
Kathleen Penney, Madison, Ala.
Sigma Beta Delta, a national
honor society for students of business, management, and
administration, inducts members who rank in the top 20
percent of the junior or senior class and who receive
faculty recommendations. The newest Huntingdon inductees
Andreas Borschel, Giessen,
Craig Brown, Milton, Fla.
Wesley Guy, Sylacauga, Ala.
Jarett Hall, Northport, Ala.
Michelle Gonzalez, Niceville, Fla.
Sigma Tau Delta's central
purpose is to confer distinction upon students of English
language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and
professional studies. Sigma Tau Delta also recognizes the
accomplishments of professional writers who have
contributed to the fields of language and literature.
Huntingdon's newest members are:
Paige Crumbley, Montgomery, Ala.
Brandy Freeman, Alexandria, Va.
Andreanna Huffman, Montgomery, Ala.
Diane Humphreys, College Park, Ga.
Matthew McGee, Millbrook, Ala.
Cheyenne Young, Enterprise, Ala.
Theta Alpha Kappa is the only national honor
society serving the needs of those who are involved in the
study of religion and/or theology at both the
baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate levels of higher
education. Honoring excellence in these fields is the
society's primary purpose. The newest Huntingdon
Huntingdon College, grounded in the
Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church,
is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and
service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed
in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon
is a coeducational liberal arts college. The College
motto, "Enter to grow in wisdom; go forth to apply wisdom
in service," is inscribed in stone above the front door of
John Jefferson Flowers Hall. Ranked in the top tier of
regional colleges by U.S. News and World Report
and consistently listed in the Princeton Review's
"The Best Colleges: Region by Region," Huntingdon has for
three years been recognized on the President's Higher
Education Community Service Honor Roll and is listed on
the National Register of Historic Places. Washington
Monthly, which ranks colleges on the basis of their
contribution to the public good, places Huntingdon in the
top 20% of 352 Baccalaureate colleges.
Thomas Betts, Tuskegee, Ala.
Haley Dickson, Helena, Ala.
Sarah Jones, Enterprise, Ala.
Heather Kelly, Deatsville, Ala.
Wesley Smithart, Union Springs, Ala.
Harden Spencer, Montgomery, Ala.
Micah Wright, Madison, Ala.