ASU Alpha Chi Honor Society announces spring inductees

SAN ANGELO, Texas (Concho Valley Homepage) — During a ceremony that took place in the Houston Harte University Center, 41 new members were inducted into Angelo State University’s chapter of Alpha Chi.

A press release from ASU shared that Alpha Chi is one of the most prestigious honor societies in the nation and is open to students majoring in all academic disciplines. In order to be eligible, “students must rank in the top 10% of seniors at their college or university or in the top 7.5% of juniors.”

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The spring 2024 inductees, by hometown, are:

Abilene: Jacob Bullock, computer science

Augusta, Ga.: TJ Willard, intelligence and analysis

Austin: Alexandros Paulson, history

Bandera: Kathryn Lefevers, animal science

Bronte: Zachary McWright, animal science

Burnet: Hunter Hernandez, natural resource management

Christoval: Audrey Spearman, teacher education

Clancy: Isabel Gilbert, biology

Flower Mound: Kennison Thomason, kinesiology

Georgetown: Kayla Wooten, marketing

Gorman: Agustin Kairoh Miko Ramos VI, marketing

Houston: Lauren Zamora, animal science

Katy: Drake Ladig, agribusiness

Kerrville: Ashleigh Loyd, social work

Levelland: Savannah Price, accounting

Midland: Kathryn Rose, teacher education

Paige: Cayleigh Carroll, psychology

Paint Rock: Luke Taylor, finance

Pleasanton: Lacey Stevens, natural resource management

San Angelo: Ethan Aguilar, biology; Isabella Balderas, nursing; Raymond Brown, physics; Kristina Correa, biology; Gizel Dominguez, mathematics; Cody Fentress, mechanical engineering; Elijah Garcia, mechanical engineering; Amanda Haynes, social work; Thomas Hodge, chemistry; Abigail Ketchum, psychology; Adileny Labra-Trejo, management; Justin Mitchell, management information systems; Noah Perez, agricultural science and leadership; Rylee Slate, geoscience; Andres Ybarra, management; and Jadyn Zemlock, marketing

San Antonio: Darian Barrera, animal science

Seoul, South Korea: Seungmi Kim, management; and Seowon “Jesse” Lee, mathematics

Sterling City: Katelynn Barnes, kinesiology

Vancourt: Damian Macias, psychology

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