15 WKU STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO PHI ETA SIGMA HONOR SOCIETY
The Western Kentucky University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society inducted 15 at its Spring 2016 Induction Ceremony on March 28 at WKU’s Downing Student Union.
The oldest and largest freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma encourages and rewards academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning. To be eligible for membership, full-time freshmen must earn a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 in at least one semester and rank in the upper 20 percent of their class.
Induction into the Society is an outward recognition of academic accomplishment and serves as an incentive for continued high scholarship. Induction confers lifetime membership.
A local WKU student, Katlyn Cross, was one of the fifteen inductees. She is the daughter of Jeff and Billie Jean Cross of Mammoth Cave.
Other inductees are Jordan Barbagallo of Mount Washington; James Britton of Nashville, Tennessee; Lindsay Crockett of White House, Tennessee; Haley Elmore of Morgantown; Kaleb Hampton of Glasgow;Tanner Harden of Villa Hills; Brennan Malone of Tell City, Indiana; Kristen Ostendorf of Fort Mitchell; Sadie Peters of Elizabethtown; Emily Pride of Bowling Green; Sally Smith of Hopkinsville; Emily Tyler of Bowling Green; Carissa Waller of Brentwood, Tennessee; and Danielle Walters of Russell Springs.