WILSON, N.C. —May 9, 2018 — Barton College’s North Carolina Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society recently welcomed 20 new members into the fold during the spring 2018 induction ceremony.
Students with a grade point average of 3.5 or better in the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes are eligible for induction. The minimum grade point average for this induction class was 3.65.
Alpha Chi is a coeducational society whose purpose is to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and to honor those who achieve such distinction. Its name derives from the initial letters of the Greek words meaning truth and character.
As a general honor society, Alpha Chi admits to membership students from all academic disciplines. A member institution, which must be a regionally accredited, baccalaureate degree-granting college or university, may invite to membership no more than the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes.
Inductees, listed by hometowns, are:
Battleboro — Sheila Moore, Master of Science in Nursing.
Beulaville — Kelly Horne, Master of Science in Nursing.
Clayton — Marquette Leach, Master of Science in Nursing, and Kathie Smith, Nursing.
Durango, Colo. — Madeline Robertson, Exercise Science and Psychology.
Farmville — Jacinda Aytch, Art and Design with a concentration in Graphic Design.
Fleming Island, Fla. — Summer Baer, Nursing.
Goldsboro — Benjamin Barber, History.
Lisbon, Conn. — Alyssa Lanphear, English and Mass Communications.
Madrid, Spain — Daria Avram, Psychology and Theatre.
Midlothian, Va. — Beth Jarrett, Political Science and Social Work.
Ocala, Fla. — Luis Reyes Morillo, Business Administration and Sport Management.
Rocky Mount — William Geanes, History; and Brittany Moore, Art and Design with a concentration in Ceramics.
Stantonsburg — Alexandria Peavy, Psychology and Social Work.
Suffolk, Va. — Nikita Peoples, Master of Science in Nursing.
Turlock, Calif. — Annika Jasek-Rsydahl, Special Education K-12.
Wilson — Atonya Bynum, Master of School Administration; Lance Hillis, Political Science and English; and Brittany Whitfield, Master of Science in Nursing.