YORK — The York College chapter of Alpha Chi, the collegiate national honor society, inducted 12 new members at a ceremony in the Prayer Chapel on Monday, March 4.
New members inducted included graduate students Andrea Capuyan (Laurel, Md.), Elizabeth Maher (Edmond, Okla.), Catherine Seufferlein (York, Neb.) Also inducted were undergraduate students Hannah Anderson (York, Neb.), Kellie Fredendall (Jefferson City, Mo.), Austin Hackel (Broken Bow, Neb.), Madison Kinney (Council Bluffs, Iowa), Davi Mendonca (Fortaleza, Brazil), Cameron Merrill (Edmond, Okla.), Hannah Rohda (Waverly, Neb.), Elizabeth Ryan (Mountain Home, Idaho), Cole Satterfield (Broomfield, Colo.).
Alpha Chi is an academic honor society that recognizes and promotes excellence in scholarship among college and university students of good character. Classified as a general honor society, meaning that it accepts members from all academic fields, Alpha Chi inducts no more than the top 10 percent of junior, senior, and graduate students at member institutions. Members receive recognition as distinguished students and members of one of the largest college honor societies in the world. Faculty sponsors Dr. Terry Seufferlein, associate professor of Bible, and Dr. Terence Kite, professor of physics, lead the York College chapter.
Alpha Chi members who assisted with the induction program were: Deidre Freitas (McCool Junction, Neb.), Caleb Magner (York, Neb.), Meghan Shruck (York, Neb.), and Kelcie Swink (Laguna Vista, Texas).