Nov 19, 2010

Alpha Chi Welcomes New Student Inductees

(Newport News, VA) - Alpha Chi, the National Honor Society at Christopher Newport University that represents the top 10 percent of students in all academic disciplines, has inducted 75 new students into its chapter.

As one of the nation’s largest honor societies established in 1934, Alpha Chi has 300 chapters, consisting of more than 300,000 members across the United States. Christopher Newport’s Zeta Chapter was chartered on November 20, 1977. Besides honoring exemplary students, Alpha Chi also sponsors local, regional and national activities, and awards scholarships and fellowships yearly, for which all members may apply.

The following new inductees represent the top 10 percent of students in each class. They are listed alphabetically:

First
Last
Major
City
State
Rachel "Rene" Adamo American Studies Great Falls VA
Louisa Andrusko Communication Studies Woodbridge VA
Adam Baker Finance Yorktown VA
Jessica Baraba Psychology Newport News VA
Michelle Beck Information Systems Stafford VA
Jessica Bell English Unadilla NY
Elise Borgese Social Work Yorktown VA
Christina Brinkman Theater Westfield NY
Abby-Gayle Brooks Accounting Newport News VA
Jennifer Brown Biology Forest VA
Meghan Cantwell English Falls Church VA
Andrew Carr Accounting Williamsburg VA
Michael Casey Political Science Front Royal VA
Jason Clark Mathematics Hampton VA
Casey Clarke Management Forest VA
Caitlin Covington Management Arlington VA
Cadence Culp Political Science Clifton VA
Nathan Davidson Biology Portsmouth VA
Nicholas Dease Fine Arts Mathews VA
Rachael Debrouse English Newport News VA
Bryan Deel Political Science Woodbridge VA
Tristan Delpopolo-Mills Computer Science Annandale VA
Brittany Douglas Interdisciplinary Studies Paeonian Springs VA
Katherine Dye Political Science Blacksburg VA
Marie Farley American Studies La Plata MD
Matthew Faubion Sociology Surry VA
Kathryn Fitzgerald Economics Richmond VA
Amanda Gimbel Theater Virginia Beach VA
Rachel Goodwyn Psychology Hampton VA
Katelyn Gough Psychology Carrollton VA
Caroline Green Political Science Stafford VA
Amber Hartley Social Work Suffolk VA
Brittany Haskell Psychology Suffolk VA
Jennifer Hause Management Compton MD
Kevin Hawkins Philosophy Dover MD
Marc Hoffeditz Music Yorktown VA
Emma Hoffman Accounting Hampton VA
Jennifer Holloway History Yorktown VA
Hayden Johnson Political Science Fredericksburg VA
Sleiman Jradi Mathematics Saida South Lebanon
Lindsay Keeler Psychology Sterling VA
Parker Krug Theater Yorktown VA
Sara LaFrance Biology Sterling VA
Rachel Lavender Psychology Winchester VA
Olga Lembersky Biology Newport News VA
Paige Lussier Fine Arts Holyoke MA
Laurel Manges Political Science Manassas VA
Ashley Marzzarella Mathematics Virginia Beach VA
Alea Mayfield Environmental Science Yorktown VA
Erin McDonnell Mathematics Easton MD
Corrie Mitchell English Manassas VA
Kathryn Morel Finance South Riding VA
Erin Mull Political Science Fairfax Station VA
Nancy Nasser Computer Science Beirut Lebanon
Elexa Nosonchuk Chemistry Virginia Beach VA
Sarah Patton Biology Fairfax VA
Christine Raper Psychology Danville VA
Laurin Roberts Psychology Fredericksburg VA
Amanda Rocamontes Spanish Virginia Beach VA
Renee Roccato Psychology Woodbridge VA
Stephanie Roldan Psychology Newport News VA
Joshua Rolon Computer Engineering Virginia Beach VA
Elizabeth Roy Interdisciplinary Studies Richmond VA
Kaitlin Ryan Psychology Fairfax Station VA
Prentice Sargeant History Roanoke VA
Petia Sotirova Spanish Norfolk VA
Jessica Stith Theater Richmond VA
Danta Thompson Biology Purcellville VA
David Tosto Psychology Crozet VA
Rachel Turner Sociology Onancock VA
Ariel Vaughan Marketing Charlottesville VA
Donna Vizioli Biology Virginia Beach VA
Jennifer Whitlock Management Richmond VA
Justin Yarnell Accounting Gloucester VA
Ruth Yeh Psychology Falls Church VA

A four-year public university in Newport News, Virginia, Christopher Newport University enrolls 5,000 students in rigorous academic programs through the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences including the Luter School of Business. CNU offers great teaching and small classes as well as an emphasis on leadership, civic engagement and honor. For more information about CNU and its programs, please visit www.cnu.edu.

A four-year public university in Newport News, Virginia, Christopher Newport University enrolls 5,000 students in rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences through the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences, including the Luter School of Business. CNU offers great teaching and small class sizes with an emphasis on leadership, civic engagement and honor.

Media Contact:
Lori Jacobs
Director of Public Relations
lori.jacobs@cnu.edu

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