Nineteen Students Inducted into Alpha Chi at FHU
Nineteen Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into Alpha Chi National College Honor Society in a ceremony Monday, Oct. 15.
Freed-Hardeman’s Tennessee Iota chapter of Alpha Chi was chartered April 22, 1977. Invitations for membership in Alpha Chi are extended to juniors and seniors who have a good reputation, are in the upper ten percent of their class and have cumulative grade point averages of 3.75 on 80 or more credit hours.
The following students were inducted: Katelyn Woodham Ashton, senior criminal justice major from Henderson; Mary Lynne Capps, junior from Hazel Green, Ala.; Jonathan Davis, junior Bible and finance major from Tullahoma, Tenn.; Jenny Hatfield, junior biology major from Philadelphia, Ohio; Rachel Hoyt, junior English major from Yorktown, Ind.; Tiffany Hudson, junior arts and humanities and elementary education major from Dora, Ala.; and Jared Hutson, senior exercise science major from Saint Paul, Texas.
Others inducted include these: Weston Keen, junior biochemistry major from Portland, Tenn.; Patrick Kent, senior biochemistry major from Summertown, Tenn.; Morgan Lee, senior arts and humanities and elementary education major from Lebanon, Tenn.; Clayton McFerrin, junior management human resources major from Sparta, Tenn.; Derrick Perdue, arts and humanities and elementary education major from Portland, Tenn.; Hannah Rose, junior biochemistry major from Florence, Ala.; Alex Samuel, junior psychology major from Jeffersonville, Ind.; and Davis Shoulders, junior English major from Maryville, Tenn.
In addition, these students were inducted: Jessica Steele, senior arts and humanities and elementary education major from Henderson; Kyle Teichmann, senior kinesiology and secondary education major from Brentwood, Tenn.; Brianna Vaughn, junior child and family studies major from Lansing, Mich.; and Leah Wright, junior mathematics major from Gallatin, Tenn.