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Carey inducts 38 students into Alpha Chi Honor Society

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from William Carey University

Thirty-eight William Carey University students were inducted into the Mississippi Beta chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society on January 14.

The inductees include Briana Bass of McComb; Mitchell Blair of Wellington, New Zealand; Allison Blair of Jay, Florida; Taylor Brewer of Gulfport; Sarah Bush of Ellisville; William Collins of Newton; Amber Cutrer of Picayune; Aubrey Daniels of Mobile, Alabama; Joshua Deaton of Seminary; Meghan Gagliano of Hattiesburg; Erica Gladrosich of Richton; Kaitlin Gipson of Hattiesburg; Sara Golson of Collins; Brittany Gunn of Lena; Alicia Harris of Sandy Hook; Rachel Hickman of Poplarville; Kaitlin Hyde of New Braunfels, Texas; Sara Jolley of Hattiesburg; April Jowers of Mobile; Prashant Karki of Itahari, Nepal; Mikaela Killingsworth of Hattiesburg; Benita Lang of Hattiesburg; Cara Larsen of Poplarville; Ryan Lewis of Mobile; Mary Hannah Lott of Hattiesburg; Ryan Lott of Pearl; Taylor Mason of Ocean Springs; Juliana Oswalt of Hattiesburg; Madison Peyton of Hattiesburg; Rachel Rayburn of Wiggins; Ashtyne Reid of Carson; Devin Sanford of Taylorsville; Joshree Shrestha of Kathmandu, Nepal; McKayla Strebeck of Seminary; Chamapuwa Tinago of Harare, Zimbabwe; Bethany Truhett of Meridian; Lydia Ulrich of Moss Point; and Damien Williams of Chunchula, Alabama.

Membership in the society is limited to no more than 10 percent of the junior, senior and graduate class members. Carey students must have at least a 3.70 grade point average on the 4.0 scale to qualify for membership.

The chapter’s 2015-2016 student officers are Joseph Goss of Picayune, president; Bethany Truhett of Meridian, vice president; and Sara Golson of Collins, secretary. Advisors are Dr. Read Diket, chair of the Department of Art; Dr. Randall Harris, professor of biomedical sciences; Dolores O’Mary, administrative assistant for language and literature; Dr. Everett Roark, director of the Master of Biomedical Sciences program; and Dr. Thomas Richardson, chair of the Department of Language and Literature

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