Alpha Chi Honor Society Adds New Members From ATU

Alpha Chi Honor Society Induction 2024

The Arkansas Tech University chapter of the Alpha Chi College Honor Society held its 2024 induction banquet on Wednesday, May 1, in Chambers Cafeteria West Dining Room.

Photographed (from left-to-right) are: Dr. Joseph Swain (ATU associate professor of geography and Alpha Chi faculty advisor), Allison Carece Jones, Elizabeth Aguilar, Alexis Pirtle, James Garrett Farnam, Cheryl Anne Bates, Katlyn Shipman, Dr. H. Micheal Tarver (ATU professor emeritus of history and Alpha Chi induction keynote speaker) and lhuoma Stella llechukwu.

Unable to attend the ceremony were inductees Lucas Patrick Akins, Hannah Faith Anderson, Jordan Brown, Alexis Byers, Lorene Cahall, Carly Dunlop, Julie Ferguson, Amber Griffin, Brooklyn Haney, Kyle Hayden, Cole T. Hendrix, Aimee Hooker, Jessica Kelloms, Jordan Hannah Smith, Gabrielle M. Stockand and Ansley Washam.

Alpha Chi extends invitations for membership to the top 10 percent of eligible juniors, seniors and graduate students across all academic disciplines.

“As an interdisciplinary honor society, members more easily collaborate and build friendships with other top students across a variety of academic majors,” said Tarver. “One of the society‚Äôs most prestigious competitions annually is built specifically to encourage academic collaboration.”

Since 1922, Alpha Chi College Honor Society has inducted more than 500,000 individuals representing some 300 chapters across 45 states. The society averages 10,000 new members annually.