CMU Honor Society Adds 24

Top 10 percent of senior class

Sigma Epsilon Pi inducted 24 new members to celebrate exceptional scholarly achievement while at Central Methodist University. These members were inducted at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 29.

Sigma Epsilon Pi is an honor society organized to recognize top scholastic achievement. Membership is limited to the top 10 percent of the senior class based on grade point average, and up to seven members of faculty. The new members inducted this year include:

Aubrey Utley, a biology major from Trenton; Jane Gonzalez-Meyer, an English major from Mexico; Katlyn Douglas, an athletic training major from Sheldon; Dewey Fennewald, an elementary education major from Wellsville; Ashley Hagen, a biology major from Kearney; Rebecca Shroyer, a music education major from Boonville;

Elizabeth Chappell, an athletic training major from Fayette; Shane Lowe, a multi-disciplinary major from New Bloomfield; Megan Robbins, a criminal justice major from Las Vegas, Nev.; Alexis Cline, a special education major from Iberia; May Lehman, a music education major from Fayette; Daniel Long, a music education major from Odessa; Melanie Wilmsmeyer, an accounting major from Franklin;

Melissa Leathers, an early childhood education major from Boonville; Lakyn Baker, a music education major from Fayette; Kate Kellner, an English major from Strafford; Tanjie Hoover, a multi-disciplinary studies major from New Franklin; Destinee Muse, a history major from Glasgow; Alison Durst, a special education major from Fayette;

Angelica Jones, an athletic training major from Fayette; Anthony Dow, a business major from Washburn; Elise Schreiber, a communication studies major from Jefferson City; and Derek Volkman, a music education major from Franklin.

In addition to these students, Dr. Roger Drake, President of Central Methodist University, was inducted into Sigma Epsilon Pi.

 

Posted May 1, 2014

 
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