Tarleton's Phi Eta Sigma honor society inducts new members
Tarleton State University
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
STEPHENVILLE, Texas—The Tarleton State University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the oldest freshman academic national honor society, inducted 124 new members during its annual induction ceremony on April 15.
Phi Eta Sigma, with chapters on more than 350 college campuses across the nation, encourages and rewards academic excellence achieved by students during their freshman year in institutions of higher learning.
Among the most recent members inducted into the Tarleton chapter of Phi Eta Sigma are: Nicole Abderrazzaq of Midlothian, Kelbi Abke of Navasota, Daniel Adams of Houston, Haley Allen of Vernon, Tara Ard of Fred, Maria Ayala of Glen Rose, Ashleigh Ballard of Stephenville, Samantha Ballard of Hico, Maria Belknap of Fort Worth, Peyton Best of Salado, Alex Bickerstaff of Euless, Ashlee Birkenfeld of Amarillo, Mallory Bolin of Waxahachie, Marissa Bourgeois of Grapevine, Mae Burns of Granbury, Haden Capps of Maypearl, Alyssa Carey of Ft Worth, Haden Carpenter of Decatur, Ryder Carpenter of Silverton, Maria Chavez of De Leon, Taylor Chenoweth of Alvarado, Heather Coleman of Byers, Katie Coleman of Henrietta, Cameron Cooper of Jacksboro, Yaritza Corrales of Dublin, Courtney Cubine of Mabank, Brooke Cummings of Frisco, Cassandra Cutbirth of Monahans, Jordan Desmond of Heath, Monica Dugan of Henrietta, Lauren Duque of Jarrell, Virginia Eichler ofAbilene, Austin Eoff of Stephenville, Baylor Fain of Canton, Brandi Fleming of Arlington, Priscilla Galindo of Austin, Jose Garcia of Comanche, Jessica Garcia-Giddings of Albuquerque, N.M., Tyler Gilmore of Ennis, Geron Gowdy of Early, Lyndsie Gray of Milano, Hayden Green of Pflugerville, Katy Griffith of Rendan, Teresa Gutierrez of Abilene, Courtney Hale of Weatherford, Joseph Hamlin of Flower Mound, Christopher Harris of Plano, Denise Harroff of Kingwood, Jennifer Hart of Splendora, Mikaela Heggenstaller of Loganton, Pa., Brenna Hennan of Wichita Falls, Brooke Hennan of Wichita Falls, Sabina Hernaiz of Crowley, Brittney Hernandez of Plano, Shelbi Hess of Glen Rose, Ashley Hession of Flower Mound, Tysha Hodges of Stephenville, Preston Hood of Southlake, Kelly Isom of Jonesboro, Haley Jansky of Wharton, Jessica Jones of Mesquite, Jordan Jones of Houston, and Sierra Jones of Bonney Lane, Wa.
Also inducted were: Ashley Kerley of Allen, Ashley Keyser of Bedford, River Kile of Hutto, Joseph Knox of Marble Falls, Camille Kurtz of Winters, Bethany Kyle of Bangs, Aubrey Leatherwood of Dublin, Elizabeth Lempeotis of Springfield, Neb., Bailey Lensmire of Crowley, Brooks Lewis of Bluffton, Chais Lindbergh of Mesquite, Morgan Little of Claude, Lydia Livaich of McKinney, Christian Lyon of Grapevine, Bailey McGehee of Savoy, Elaina McLamb of Benson, N.C., Christopher McLatchy of Stephenville, Cheyenne McPherson of Crandall, Aldo Medina of Dallas, Kelly Mitchell of Weatherford, Kacy Montgomery of Dublin, Dana Moseley of McKinney, Tara Murray of Weatherford, Valmy Nzengui of Abilene, TyLynn Payne of Dexter, N.M., Alma Perez-Espinoza of Dallas, Jonathan Petz of Freehold, Leah Phillips of Kerrville, Mason Pollard of San Antonio, Angela Proffitt of Stephenville, Janine Prukop of Stephenville, James Reed of Burkburnett, Leah Reeves of Jackson, Miss., Rachel Remmele of Paradise, Carmon Rike of Fort Worth, Haley Roberts of Flower Mound, Victoria Robertson of Katy, Erica Saucedo of San Antonio, Jessica Saul of Austin, Crockett Savage of Marble Falls, Zachary Schrank of Hamilton, Jenna Sebek of Salado, Jordi Shipman of Georgetown, Charles Smith of Granbury, Cassie Stafford of Shiner, Julie Staude of Stephenville, Melanie Stigall of The Woodlands, Donella Strom of Marion, Mikayle Sutton of Midland, Bettye Swindle of Stephenville, Trenton Tatom of Whitehouse, Waid Thompson of Arlington, Christina Ticer of Meridian, Tanner Wade of Breckenridge, Rachel Walls of Glen Rose, Rachel Warren of Austin, Margaret Weaver of Lake Jackson, Amber Wiseman of Arlington, Courtney Wrobel of Arlington, Megan Young of Stephenville, and Ivana Zecevic of Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
To be eligible, students must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 GPA scale) in a program leading to a bachelor’s degree during their freshmen semesters. Phi Eta Sigma encourages continued high academic achievement and service. Students who are active members are able to qualify for leadership roles, invitations to the national conference and more than 1,000 national annual scholarships that range from $1,000 to $10,000.
Tarleton State University
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