ASU Spring Alpha Chi Inductees
April 09, 2014
Alpha Chi is open to students majoring in any academic discipline and has over 300 chapters nationwide with more than 400,000 members. To be eligible, students must rank in the top 10 percent of seniors at their college or university, or in the top 7.5 percent of juniors.
Spring 2014 ASU inductees to Alpha Chi by hometown and major were:
Annapolis, Md.: Jeffrey N. Cuddington, intelligence, security studies and analysis
Boerne: Corey R. Haas, animal science
Center Point: Amanda E. Weaver, biology
Christoval: Brittany P. Trubenstein, psychology
Cleburne: Phylicia D. Ulibarri, English
Clyde: Caston W. Hilcher, computer science
Dublin: Suzanna C. Tolboom, communication
El Paso: Natalie R. Alvarez, nursing
Fredericksburg: Kasey D. Nebgen, nursing
Glen Burnie, Md.: Brittany N. Dowd, nursing
Houston: Jason B. Island, border and homeland security
Kerrville: Corley C. Pruneda, biology
Marble Falls: Chelbee M Farnen, biology
McCluskey, N.D.: Lisa J. Myrice, accounting
Miles: Cadyn S. Heinze, independent studies
Monahans: Jordan N. Jernigan, independent studies
Odessa: Payton L. Hunter, athletic training
Ozona: Duncan M. Knox, history
Ranger: Kati L. Stewart, marketing
Rowena: Abbey M. Multer, biology
San Angelo: Viraj Amin, finance; Mary E. Collins, accounting; Stephen J. Gonzales, biology; Antoinette N. Guajardo, nursing; Chelsea D. Howard, nursing; Jason F. Livingstone, biology; Mark D. Montoya, management; Sydney D. Morris, English; Eduardo Navarro, marketing; Lacy M. Neuwirth, English; Alexandria L. Ramirez, studio art; Farrah L. Schalek, biology; and Joshua J. Sefcik, physics
San Antonio: Angelina Minnala, kinesiology
Sterling City: Jonathan H. Hughes, agribusiness
Throckmorton: Mikaela M. Stroud, nursing; and Craig D. Tipton, biology
Waxahachie: Haleigh D. Arent, animal science
Weatherford: Cheyenne N. Bone, animal science
Additionally, three ASU Alpha Chi members made research presentations at the annual Alpha Chi National Convention held March 27-29 in St. Louis, Mo.
Katlynn Cox, a junior animal science major from Weatherford, Morgan Ostwinkle an animal science graduate from Phoenix, Ariz., and Preston Wimberly, a senior political science major from Dallas, all presented their current research. Ostwinkle was awarded a $200 scholarship from the ASU sponsors for best presentation by an ASU student.
ASU is located in Alpha Chi Region I, and Dr. Karl Havlak, professor of mathematics, is the head faculty advisor for the ASU chapter. Additional faculty advisors are Dr. June Smith for the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Biqing Huang for the College of Business, Dr. Ann Bullion-Mears for the College of Education, and Paul Osmanski for the College of Health and Human Services. Havlak is also secretary-treasurer for Region I and a member of the Alpha Chi National Council.
For more information, call Havlak at 325-486-5432. More details on Alpha Chi are available online at www.alphachihonor.org.