Central Methodist Salutes Top 10 Percent

University recognizes outstanding senior scholars

Exceptional scholarly achievement at Central Methodist University was celebrated with the induction of 25 new members into Sigma Epsilon Pi at a recent presentation 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. New members at CMU were inducted on Wednesday, May 8. They include:

Kristen Bailey,a chemistry major from St. Louis; Devin Bond, a December graduate and psychology major from Springfield; Rebecca Brehe,a chemistry major from Washington; Megan Davidson, a middle school mathematics education major from Jackson; Cody Davis, a December graduate and social science education major from Sullivan;

Shannon Dickerson, an accounting major from Moberly; Tabatha Dickey, an athletic training major from Columbia; Kaitlyn Eversmeyer, a business major from Troy; Kayla Leeser, a biology major from Saint Peters; Alisha Maples, a music education major from Huntsville;

Elisabeth Nation, a biology major from Vandalia; Michael O'Neill, a music education major from Pleasant Hill; Nathaniel Oliver, a communication studies major from Republic; Shamika Pegue,a psychology major from Kansas City; Katie Peterson, a nursing major from Marceline;

Jessica Powell, an early childhood education major from Laclede; Shelby Reed, an athletic training major from Columbia; Calley Rogers, a music education major from Lebanon; Nicole Sanders,an early childhood education major from Glasgow; Jessica Scobee,an elementary education major from Reeds Springs;

Robert Stickler, a biology major from Douglass, Kan.; Hanna Utlaut, a music education major from Jonesburg; Zachary Wallace, a biology major from Rogersville; Kristin Willer,an athletic training major from Fulton; and Cameron Yates, a political science major from Hallsville.

 

Originally posted May 15, 2013

 

 

Posted July 16, 2013

 
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