The WKU chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society inducted 36 at its Spring 2015 Induction Ceremony May 7 at the Downing Student Union.
The oldest and largest freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma encourages and rewards academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning. To be eligible for membership, full-time freshmen must earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 in at least one semester and rank in the upper 20 percent of their class.
Induction into the Society is an outward recognition of academic accomplishment and serves as an incentive for continued high scholarship. Induction confers lifetime membership.
Inductees are Carli Barr of Owensboro; Mackenzie Bowling of Newburgh, Indiana; Matthew Bunnell of Glasgow; Bradley Chambers of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Brooke Cooper of Bardstown; Alexis Duncan of Jackson, Missouri; Alexis Earthman of Hopkinsville; Kelli Fleming of Franklin; Stephanie Fusting of Versailles; Caitlin Hermanson of Schaumburg, Illinois; Kennedy Howard of Owensboro; Courtney Huff of Elizabethtown; Kana Ikegami of Bowling Green; Ndayiragije Isack of Bowling Green; Stephen Kenworthy of Louisville; Zhitong Li of Bowling Green; Alexandra Lonneman of Edgewood; Lucas Martin of Bowling Green; Debbie Meadows of Columbia; Kaila Moore of Shepherdsville; Gina Newberry of Cave City; Kendall Norwood of Knoxville, Tennessee; Henry Nottinson of Bowling Green; Victoria Pinerola of Bowling Green; Christopher Poyner of Cottonwood, Tennessee; Megan Raley of Haubstadt, Indiana; Sarah Reed of Bowling Green; Gavin Rocker of Atlanta, Georgia; Olivia Rodrigue of Lexington; Kelly Rosen of Independence; Logan Shaw of Bowling Green; Ethan Smith of Lancaster; Rylea Straface of Bowling Green; Megan Thacker of Bowling Green; Mallory Vaughn of Bowling Green; and Tamala Wellman of Russellville.
Contact: Charley Pride, (270) 745-2459