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Morehead inducts area students into honor societies





THREE MARTIN COUNTY residents were among the 123 Morehead State University students initiated into the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi during its annual spring banquet. Among the new initiates were, from left to right, Danetta Harvey of Debord, Julia Casey of Phelps, Alison Little of Virgie, Dale Murphy of Lovely and Cindy Cassady of Frankfort. Not pictured is Roberta Lynn Eller, wife of David Eller of Tomahawk. She is a junior elementary education major. (click for larger version)




THE HONOR SOCIETY of Phi Kappa Phi at Morehead State University inducted new members during its annual spring banquet. Among the new initiates were, front row from left, Katherine Muncy of Williamsport and Stephanie Reeves of WittensviIIe. Back row from left: Catherine Estep of Volga, Jenny Roberts of Adams, Adam O’Bryan of Leander and Amber Jude of Tutor Key. MSU photo/Guy Huffman (click for larger version)
MOREHEAD — Two Lawrence County residents were among the 123 Morehead State University students initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi during its annual spring banquet.

The initiates included J. LeAnna Hensley, wife of Roger Hensley of Louisa, who is a graduate student in elementary guidance counseling; and Jenny E. Roberts, daughter of Gina Thompson Roberts and Robert Dean Roberts of Adams. A senior majoring in social work, she is a member of the Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Gamma Mu, National Association of Social Workers and MSU Student Association of Social Workers.

To be eligible to join Phi Kappa Phi, initiates must have been enrolled at MSU for at least one year, be of sound character and ranked in the top 5 percent of the junior class, the top 10 percent of the senior class or be a graduate student with an outstanding academic record.



Psychology Inductees



Morehead State University’s Department of Psychology honored some of its students at the annual psychology honors banquet earlier this year.

During the program, several students were inducted into the Morehead State University Chapter of Psi Chi, a national honor society in psychology.

Among the new members were Becky Jenkins of SalyersviIIe, Melissa Salyer-Glispy of Sitka, Michelle Sexton of Louisa, Tiffany Smith of Majestic, Lorilea Stegall of Sandy Hook, Brandon Thompson of Lou and Tonya Trivett of Inez.

To become a member of Psi Chi, students must have completed at least nine hours of psychology courses and at least three semesters of college work. Inductees also must be ranked in the top 35 percent of their classes, maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average overall and a minimum 3.0 grade point average in their psychology classes.


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