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Cameron University students elected to membership in Gamma Sigma Epsilon

Nine Cameron University students have been elected to membership in Gamma Sigma Epsilon, a national honor society in chemistry. Gamma Sigma Epsilon’s mission is to promote the pursuit of knowledge and truth, both as ends in themselves and to aid in the uplifting of the human condition; the respect for all things living and non-living, reacting and non-reacting; and the promotion of scientific research, particularly in the field of chemistry.

In order to become a member of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, undergraduate students must have completed a minimum of 18 semester hours in chemistry and have a GPA of 3.0 overall and a 3.2 in chemistry.

The following CU students have fulfilled the membership requirements and were inducted through a virtual initiation on May1:

Duncan: Jade Cook

Georgetown, Texas: Peyton Little

Hondo, Texas: Eduardo Gutierrez

Lagos, Nigeria: Anuoluwapo Onabanjo

Lawton/Fort Sill: Kaylee Craig, Tiffany Jett Carter, Stephen McBride, Mariah Pierce, Colin To



March 7, 2020

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