New members inducted into Cameron University’s Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

The Cameron University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the national interdisciplinary honor society for first year students, inducted 30 new members during its 32nd annual induction ceremony. The candidates qualified for Phi Eta Sigma in the spring or fall of 2017. Phi Eta Sigma, with chapters on more than 375 college campuses across the nation, encourages and rewards academic excellence achieved by students during their freshman year in institutions of higher learning.

This spring’s inductees, listed by hometown, are:

Alvin, Texas:  Alexandria Grubbs

Apache:  Tina Theesen

Blue Springs, Mo.:  Robin Boudiette III

Cache:  Richard Million, Rikki Tasso-Thompson

Chattanooga:  Jadel Higdon, Sarah Slaybaugh

Cherry Point, N.C.:  Stephanie Sullivan

Duncan:  Jordan Allison, Kristen Prewett

Elgin:  Kendra Mansfield

Frederick:  Stephen Gibson

Glen Carbon, Ill.:  Rebecca Slater

Jacksonville, Ark.:  David Talley

Lagos, Nigeria:  Oluwatomisin Olutimehin

Lawton/Fort Sill: Elise Cara, Joy Christie, Patricia Fields, Rylee McKee, Kerra Meraz, Brittany Otero, Celeste Powell,  Ashley Urbanski, Christopher Valladolid

Marlow:  Heather Mercer, Tammie Williams

Monticello, Ind.:  Faith Sears

Russellville, Ark.:  Jennifer Price

Walters:  Makayla Hiebert

Wichita, Kan.:  Luke Howard

The Cameron chapter of Phi Eta Sigma was established in 1985, Students eligible for membership must have completed 24 to 42 hours of coursework while attending full-time, be degree seeking, and have a grade point average of at least 3.75.



March 30, 2018