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Thirty-two Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society Monday, Oct. 15, 2017. 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.
Students inducted into the society included the following: Lindsay Abrams, senior psychology major from Collierville, Tennessee: Caleb Boggs, senior Bible and communication major from Neosho, Missouri; Emily Bradshaw, early childhood education and family studies major from Norcross, Georgia; Eden Clouse, senior nursing major from Jackson, Tennessee; Katherine DeShazier, senior early childhood education and family studies major from Savannah, Tennessee; Adam Dunlap, senior exercise science major from Jackson, Tennessee; Tayton Everett, senior psychology and secondary education major from Chattanooga, Tennessee; Caitlin Gamblin, senior nursing major from Huntsville, Alabama; Kirby Gatlin, senior nursing major from Henderson, Tennessee; Maria Genduso, junior psychology major from Buda, Texas;
Sidney Harmon, junior computer science and interactive digital design major from Florence, Alabama; Hannah Harris, senior accounting major from Franklin, Tennessee; and Isabel Harris, senior mathematics and physical science, pre-engineering major from Brentwood, Tennessee.
In addition, the following students were inducted: Matthew Johnson, senior physical science, pre-engineering major from Henderson, Tennessee; Savanah Jones, senior accounting major from Pinson, Tennessee; Curtis Knotts, senior finance major from Dyersburg, Tennessee; Leila Matheny, senior management major from Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Lance Moore, senior exercise science major from Hamilton, Alabama; Mady Newby, senior nursing major from Knoxville, Tennessee; Makenzie Prince, senior kinesiology major from Smyrna, Tennessee; Trevor Randolph, senior accounting major from Hermitage, Tennessee; Preston Shackelford, senior history major from Selmer, Tennessee; Sutherland Shrader, senior communication and public relations major from Columbia, Tennessee; Hannah Smith, senior elementary education and photography major from Arab, Alabama; Haley Swearingen, senior finance major from Orlinda, Tennessee; Megan Swearingen, senior early childhood education and family studies major from Orlinda, Tennessee; Lori Beth Taylor, senior elementary education major from Nashville, Tennessee; Nathan Thomas, junior finance major from Jackson, Tennessee; Laura Thorson, senior psychology major from Rockwell, Iowa; Joel Turner, junior biology and Spanish major from Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Sarah Ulderich, junior biochemistry major from Holladay, Tennessee; and Sarah Wells, senior social work major from Smyrna, Tennessee.
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.
Approximately 50 Freed-Hardeman University nursing students will participate in pinning ceremonies May 16 and 17 in Dickson and Henderson, respectively....
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