Central Methodist Salutes Top 10 Percent
Outstanding scholastic achievement at Central Methodist University was celebrated with the induction of 25 new members into Sigma Epsilon Pi at a recent banquet on campus.
Sigma Epsilon Pi is an honorary society organized to recognize top scholastic achievement. Membership is limited to the top 10 percent of the senior class based on grade point average.
This year that resulted in 25 new members at CMU. They were inducted on Saturday, April 29 in front of CMU faculty and staff members, the CMU governing board, and family and friends of the new inductees.
New members of Sigma Epsilon Pi at CMU include Lexa Brooks, an elementary education major from Sturgeon; Bradley Carter, a physical education major from El Cajon, Calif.; Lydia Cassingham, an elementary education major from Fort Smith, Ark.;
Kyra Clements, an early childhood education major from Armstong; Alexa Fox, a business major from Columbia; Kyle Gibson, an athletic training major from Columbia; Kellie Handy, a psychology major from Kearney; Debra Heggemann, a business major from Jonesburg; Jacob Heppner, a mathematics major from Mansfield;
Pearse Hutson, a music education major from Boonville; Brittanee Jacobs, an English major from Chillicothe; Catherine Kyle, an English major from Fayette; Samuel Lucas II, a music education major from Clinton; Ryan Mallady, a biology major from Salem; Katie Moore, a business major from Green Castle;
Kelly Morgan, an interdisciplinary studies major from Lebanon; Adam Morton, a business major from Kirksville; Knial Piper II, a criminal justice major from Springfield; Lisa Pohlman, a nursing major from Rhineland; Daniel Primm, a history major from Coppell, Texas; Elizabeth Robb, an early childhood education major from Columbia;
Wilson Morgan, an interdisciplinary studies major from Weston; Shauna Woods, an elementary education major from Sturgeon; Kayla Yount, a business major from Overland Park, Kan.; and Ashton Zimmerman, an English major from Savannah.
Founded in 1854, Central Methodist programs range from undergraduate and graduate studies to high-school dual credit offerings. Serving more than 5,000 students on its historic main campus in Fayette, through collaborative programs at locations across Missouri, and online, the CMU mission emphasizes academic and professional excellence, ethical leadership, and social responsibility.
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