New members inducted into Cameron University’s Phi Eta Sigma honor society

The Cameron University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the national interdisciplinary honor society, inducted 36 new members during its 27th annual induction ceremony on March 7. Phi Eta Sigma, with chapters on more than 350 college campuses across the nation, encourages and rewards academic excellence achieved by students during their freshman year in institutions of higher learning.

This spring’s inductees are (by hometown):

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Mohammed Abdullahi

Agege, Lagos, Nigeria:  Anuoluwapo Sanni

Apache:  Bobbi Loflin

Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis:  Winston Thompson

Chelmsford, Mass.:  David Dunnell

Cincinnati, Ohio:  Holly Jones

Duncan:  Robin Booth, Kendall Carnahan, Angela Gibbons

Gros-Islet, Saint Lucia:  Aldrick Biscette

Ikeje, Lagos, Nigeria:  Ifunanya Ekwunife

Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria:  Kehinde Adelusi, Taiwo Adelusi, Samuel Emmanuel, Ruth Okenye

Indiahoma:  Eric Igo

Iowa Park, Texas:  Lilah Gilmore

Jacksonville, NC: Michael Dykes

Lawton:  Benjamin Castricone III, Katarina Coffman,  Kristen Collins, Angela Heimerl, Eloise Herbert, Taylor Hutton, Douglas Schlumbohm,  Nicole Wilson, Monica Witherspoon

Marlow:  Jade Savage

Mason City, Iowa: Lena Krenzke

Mountainburg, Ark.:  Katelynn Wright

Naples, N.Y.:  Ronald Erb

Ogba, Lagos, Nigeria: Eheneden Toni-Osagie

San Jose, Calif.:  Korin Sanda

San Ramon, Calif.: Amy Smith

Savannah, Ga.:  Sable Jones

Woodbine, Iowa:  Anya Johnson

The Cameron chapter of Phi Eta Sigma was established in 1985. Students eligible for membership must have completed 24 to 42 hours of course work while attending full-time, be degree seeking, and have at least a 3.75 grade point average.


March 12, 2013