Campus News 2006

For Immediate Release
December 21, 2006

Schreiner University Inducts 19 Members into Alpha Chi Honor Society  

Alpha Chi logoKERRVILLE, Texas---The Schreiner University chapter of Alpha Chi inducted 19 new members during a campus ceremony on Nov. 28.

New inductees are: Kassaundra Barlow of Harlingen, Elizabeth Boulware of Weatherford, Lindsay Boyd of Freer, Elsa Cepeda of Mexico, Margaret Collins of Lampasas, Isabel Colorado of Kerrville, Cristina Michelle Dickey of Mexico, Heather Dossey of Devine, Michael Foree of Dallas, Michelle Herrington of Center Point, Joshua Horn of Bandera, Miranda Kilbride of San Antonio, Katie Beth Lane of Mexia, Heather Lee of Fair Oaks Ranch, Aaron Lehnhoff of Kerrville, Jeremiah Parsons of Kerrville, Christian Sasam of Pearland, Ailana Schoelles of Bandera, and Jennifer Sisk of Rio Medina.

Alpha Chi is an honor society which admits students from all academic disciplines. To be inducted, a student must be in the top 10 percent of their junior or senior class and have a minimum grade point average of 3.78.

Alpha Chi was founded in 1922 when five Texas colleges gathered on the campus of Southwestern University, and it has blossomed to a large organization that has around 300 chapters. It is a service organization that works on projects within the community.

For more information, contact Alpha Chi sponsors Dr. Stefan Mecay, assistant professor of mathematics, at (830) 792-7396 or Dr. Claudia Sullivan, professor of theatre and communication, at (830) 792-7401.

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