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FHU Students Inducted into Honor Society (2019)

Henderson, TN - Apr 16, 2019

Henderson, Tennessee (April 16, 2019)—Fifteen Freed-Hardeman University students have been inducted into Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society this semester. 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.

The following students were inducted: Andy Baumberger, a senior Bible and English  major from Chattanooga; Amelia Beams, a senior criminal justice and photography major from Paducah, Kentucky; Frank Bradshaw, a junior finance major from Norcross, Georgia; Kastin Carrol, a junior exercise science major from North Richland Hills, Texas; Liz Gaglio, a junior management major from Katy, Texas; Garrett Keele, a senior biology major from Tompkinsville, Kentucky; Brittney Kennedy, a senior English major from Ballardsville, Mississippi; Summer Knight, a junior accounting major from Henderson; Morgan Lewis, a senior photography major from Ellisville, Mississippi; Meghan Lusk, a senior interdisciplinary studies major from Mount Pleasant, Tennessee; Ryan Overby, a senior biochemistry major from Mayfield, Kentucky; Amelia Rogers, a senior interdisciplinary studies major from Lexington, Kentucky; Kathryn Thomas, a junior accounting major from Brentwood, Tennessee; Adrianna Vance, a senior interdisciplinary studies major from Arvada, Colorado; and Emma Ward, a senior interdisciplinary studies major from Lakeland, 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 1977. Invitations to membership may be extended to juniors and seniors of good reputation who are in the upper 10 percent of their class.

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 an occasion to present their research.