Forty-two William Carey University students were inducted into the Mississippi Beta chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society on January 14.
Membership into Alpha Chi is limited to no more than 10 percent of the junior, senior and graduate class members. Carey students must have at least a 3.70 grade point average on the 4.0 scale to qualify for membership.
The new inductees include Philip Alford of Kingsport, Tenn.; Rachel Barr of Fort Davis, Texas; Ashton Biggs of Clinton; Jessica Boyette of Biloxi; William Buchanan of Baton Rouge, La.; Kathryn Bynum of Collins; Jameka Calcote of Hattiesburg; Haley Chalk of Hattiesburg; Ashlee Champagne of Vancleave; Allison Clark of Leakesville; Ramsi Dykes of Hot Coffee; Mabry Ely of Raleigh; Christopher Givens of McComb; Joseph Goss of Picayune; Cathryn Guice of Biloxi; William Guidry of Hattiesburg; Brooklyn Guillot of Port Allen, La.; Kaylin Henderson of Purvis; Austin Henderson of Petal; Ashlynn Hust of Petal; Thilo Koerperich of Duisburg, Germany; Sean Laird of South Bend, Ind.; Lauren Little of Raleigh; John Madden of Petal; Meghan Maddox of Waveland; Morgan Marfisi of Tomball, Texas; Elisabeth Mayes of Jacksonville, Ala.; Hunter Owens of Saucier; Jessica Rasberry of Lucedale; Andrew Rauch of Petal; Joseph Roderick of Blue Ridge, Ga.; Allison Romack Alford of McComb; Lindsey Rowe of Madison; Alexandra Salazar of West Palm Beach, Fla.; Laura Scovel of Wiggins; Conner Sears of Columbia; Deborah Sills of Enterprise; Eric Warren of Wilmer, Ala.; Faith Westberry of Conehatta; Katie Williamson of Columbia; Shannel Wilson of Carnes; and Heather Wilson of Lucedale.
The student officers for 2014-2015 are Erin Ford of Collins, president; Lexi Davis of Leakesville, vice president; and Kendal Banks of Wiggins. The sponsors for Alpha Chi are Dr. Read Diket, professor of art and education; Dr. Randall Harris, professor of biomedical sciences; and Dolores O’Mary, administrative assistant for language and literature.