Ninety-one Inducted into Phi Eta Sigma
JACKSONVILLE -- April 10, 2002 -- Ninety-one Jacksonville State University students have been
inducted into Phi Eta Sigma, a national honor society whose goal is to encourage and reward
academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning.
The oldest and largest freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923, and now has more than 300 chapters throughout the United States and more than 700,000 members.
Phi Eta Sigma was voted membership into the Association of College Honor Societies in 1937. Only three societies have had longer continuous membership.
Induction is an outward recognition of personal accomplishment and serves as an incentive for continued high scholarship. It provides members the opportunity to meet freshman scholars from all academic disciplines on their campuses and to join them in promoting academic excellence. Members may apply for scholarships available from national and from local chapters. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma identifies its members to employers, professional and graduate schools as persons of superior academic ability and performance.
JSU's inductees are:
Jessica DeAnne Abernathy, Cartersville, GA; Cristina M. Almanza, Jacksonville; Costa Antonio Almeida Neto, Oxford; Sherman M. Banks, Hartselle; Lindsey Leigh Baucom, Huntsville; Jessica Claire Bentley, Warrior; Melanie Erin Black, Ringgold, GA; Toby C. Bourke, Yarra Melbourne, Australia; Erin Elizabeth Boyd, Douglasville, GA.
Alexis M. Brown, New London, CT; Matthew S. Carpenter, Attalla; Lori Marie Chambless, Alexandria; Michelle A. Conner, Guntersville; Clayton Bryant Costner, Alexandria; Tiffany Lynne Crane, Huntsville; Leann Noel Curvin, Jacksonville; Melissa Lynn Davis, Ohatchee; Stefanie K. Deru, Southside.
Rachel Diane Doak, Horton; Joshua Droxler, Piedmont; Kristen S. Duck, Southside; Scott F. Dugger, Gadsden; Laura E. Evans, Weaver; Mamadou Fall, Jacksonville; Amanda Sharrell Ford, Hillsboro; James Robert Gaither, Bynum; Melissa Dawn Garner, Weaver.
Courtney Anne Goldenberg, Newburgh, IN; Andrew C. Green, Piedmont; Lauren Dyan Green, Jacksonville; Haneef Rashad Haqq, Huntsville; Allison Nicole Hill, Moulton; Jillian Faith Hobgood, Cartersville, GA; Amanda Joy Holloway, Gadsden; Heather Diann Horn, Dothan; Alesha Lanett Ingram, Louisville, KY.
Julie Lauren Ingram, Gadsden; Kandess Ruth Johnson, Heflin; Kevin Noel Johnson, Arab; Jeffrey Allen King, Rainbow City; Erin Beth Kinnaird, Pinson; Kacee Hall Kirkland, Dothan; Allison Alma Massingill, Calhoun, GA; Jimmy Mbiye Kalala, Jacksonville; Jennifer J. Mince, Fort Payne.
Rachel D. Morris, Ashland; Lynsey Lea Murrell, Peachtree City, GA; Paul Joesph Nance, Chickamauga, GA; Christopher L. Needham, Hoover; Paul C. New, Birmingham; Vu Tien Nguyen, Jacksonville; Nkiru Gertrude Nwosisi, Festac Lagos Nigeria; Onyinye C. Nwosisi, Festac Lagos Nigeria; Dianna A. Okwengu, Jacksonville.
Lindsey Paige Owen, New Market; Richard Walter Owens, Ashland; Emily Noelle Padgett, Rome, GA; Preston Neil Parker, Jacksonville; Heather Carol Parks, Oxford; Alison Renee Pierce, Boaz; Michael A. Pody, Piedmont; Traci Renee Reid, Birmingham; Latricia N. Rosser, Leesburg.
Casie M. Sanders, Alexandria; Adam Jason Schultz, Hoover; Rebecca K. Sellers, Bessemer; Shavonda Simmons, Anniston; Erin Rose Smith, Huntsville; Holly Denise Smith, Oneonta; Jamie Lynn Smith, Heflin; Kate Nicole Sommers, Hoover; Ashley Michell Stedham, Jacksonville.
Danisha L. Stevenson, Birmingham; Jennifer Marie Stone, Jacksonville; Heather Paige Stowe, Centre; John Robert Sudduth IV, Oxford; Danielle N. Taylor, Arab; Nikki Marie Taylor, Roanoke; Karen Elaine Thomas, Birmingham; Jessica Dianne Thompson, Birmingham; Jennifer Lynn Timmons, Oxford.
Patrick W. Todd, Piedmont; James Wilson Vasquez, Jacksonville; Devanaigee Veerapen, Jacksonville; Benjamin E. Ward, Richland, WA; Tia Cherise Ware, Cedartown, GA; Sarah E. Watson, Quinton; Jennifer M. Wentworth, Huntsville; Amanda Dawn Williams, Bowdon, GA; Brant Wills, Yorktown, VA; Holly Ann Yates, Southside.
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