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Honor Society Inducts FHU Students

Henderson, Tennessee - Mar 19, 2018

Twenty-four Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society Monday, March 12, 2018. Membership is by invitation only to juniors and seniors who have a minimum grade point average of 3.75 on at least 80 credit hours.

Fifteen students from Tennessee were inducted: Sahim Annamer, senior Spanish and secondary education major from Jackson; Harlianna Burns, junior history and secondary education major from Summertown; Harrison Capps, senior accounting major from Martin; Ben Coleman, junior Bible/youth and family ministry major from Savannah; Logan Campbell, junior chemistry/biochemistry and Spanish major from Franklin,; Tayton Everett, senior psychology and secondary education major from Chattanooga; McKenna Hardison, senior social work major from Columbia; Brittney Henry, junior social work major from Cookeville; Kristen Hunsicker, junior accounting major from Smyrna; Destiny Lewis, senior English and Spanish major from Antioch; Morgan McKissack, senior psychology major from Hohenwald; Ben Morris, senior accounting major from Henderson, Tennessee; Abigail Sells, senior finance major from Fayetteville; Reed Vega, senior accounting major from Henderson; and Brady Wilkes, senior Bible/youth and family ministry major from Gleason.

Other students inducted into the society included these: Wayne Baker, senior biology/environmental science major from Burlington, Kentucky; Hailey Hanson, junior social work major from Pacifica, California; Bryce Keele, senior biology major from Tompkinsville, Kentucky; Roberto Morson, senior accounting and secondary education major from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; Song Nicholas, junior communication/public relations and Bible major from Corinth, Mississippi; Connor Patterson, senior Bible major from Sebring, Florida; Madison Phillips, junior social major from Houston, Texas; Abigail Seesengood, senior psychology major from Montgomery, Alabama; and Ben Stanley, Bible and secondary education major from Fulton, Mississippi.

 

Alpha Chi was founded in 1922 to promote academic excellence and character. The Tennessee Iota Chapter of Alpha Chi was introduced to Freed-Hardeman in 1976. Members have the opportunity to participate in academic and service projects, as well as attend the Alpha Chi convention. The convention gives students networking opportunities and the opportunity to present research.