Freed-Hardeman University recently inducted 18 students into the Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society.
The following students were inducted into Alpha Chi: Emily Bartlett, accounting major from Nashville; Jessica Beckham, accounting major from Mount Juliet; Hannah Brothers, studio art and English major from Henderson; Marshall Dearing, finance major from Hermitage; Jacob Dowdy, music and secondary education major from Gadsden, Ala.; Jennah Harrison, interdisciplinary studies major from Mount Juliet; Carrie Hatchel, biology major from Dresden; Ian Jobe, biology major from Ramer; and Anna Littleton, kinesiology major from Winterhaven, Fla.
Other students inducted into Alpha Chi were the following: Morgan Montgomery, English major from Bath Springs; Charlie Murphy, accounting major from Columbia; Jenny Odom, music and secondary education major from Fairfield, Ill.; Ben Rominske, Bible and chemistry major from Vincent, Ohio; Zach Rominske, biblical studies and chemistry major from Vincent, Ohio; Alyssa Showers, social work major from Henderson; Sadie Smith, graphic design major from Nashville; Morgan Stevens, interdisciplinary studies major from Tupelo, Miss.; and Bailie White, accounting major from Tupelo, Miss.
Alpha Chi was founded in 1922 to promote academic excellence and character. The Tennessee Iota Chapter of Alpha Chi was introduced to Freed-Hardeman in 1976. Membership is through invitation only to juniors and seniors. Inductees must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 on at least 80 credit hours. Members have the opportunity to participate in academic and service projects, as well as attend the Alpha Chi convention.
The convention gives students networking opportunities and a chance to present their research.