Phi Kappa Phi inducts 35 new members

05/08/15 dgo
Thirty-five new members were recently inducted into Fort Hays State University's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society.

Nationally, there are now nearly 350 chapters of Phi Kappa Phi. FHSU -- one of the oldest chapters on record -- was founded in January 1954.

Phi Kappa Phi national mission is "to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others."

The spring 2015 induction ceremony at FHSU recognized three graduate students, 15 seniors, nine juniors and eight faculty members.

They are:
Bailey Adair, Kearney, Neb.
Doris Adams-Scott, Galena.
Carol A. Allain, Fitchburg, Mass.
Kenneth W. Bangert, Russell.
Lisa D. Hebberd Campbell, Del Norte, Colo.
Mercedes M. Fanshier, Dodge City.
Christopher A. Fischer, Lansing.
Austin Hillrichs, Holton.
Hannah L. Keil, Hays.
Bryna Lynnae Knox, Lincoln, Neb.
Kari R. Kreger, Jetmore.
Jamie Maine, Topeka.
Charles R. Murphy, Columbia, S.C.
Katherine Norton, Farmington, Mass.
Kacy O'Neal, Colby.
Brittni Pierce, Rose Hill.
Courtney C. Priest, Topeka.
Todd R. Regan, Sitka, Alaska.
Josh R. Rounkles, Hays.
Michaela J. Sasse, Hays.
Rachel Schmidt, Atchison.
Morgan D. Schuman, Manhattan.
Wendy A. Snyder, Manhattan.
Kelly A. Stephens, Overbrook.
Amber D. Stephenson, Yukon, Okla.
Douglas Thomas, Bella Vista, Ark.
Loren Torline, Bucklin.

Dr. Chris Crawford, interim provost and professor of leadership studies.
Dr. Arvin John R. Cruz, assistant professor of chemistry.
Dr. Greg Farley, professor of biological sciences and chair of the department.
Dr. Eric Leuschner, associate professor of English.
Dr. Chad L. Magee, assistant professor of chemistry.
Matt Means, assistant professor of music and theater and director of the Honors College.
Dr. Kenneth R. Neuhauser, professor of geosciences.
Dr. Dosse Toulaboe, professor of economics, finance and accounting.

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