Students Inducted into Sigma Zeta National Honor Society
May 16, 2014 (Jackson) - Belhaven Students from the School of Science and Mathematics were inducted into the Sigma Zeta National Honor Society. Criteria for membership include 15 hours of major courses in math, physics, chemistry, or biology (MPCB) with a 3.0 and 30 hours of overall undergraduate credit with a 3.0.
The Sigma Zeta academic achievement award is given to the student with both the highest number of MPCB credits and the highest GPA in those courses. This years winner was David Liang.
The new Sigma Zeta inductees for 2014 include: Russell Baldwin - Biology Steven Braden - Math Denee Crawford - Biology Andrew Day - Biology Allison Dickson - Chemistry Genevieve Dunn - Chemistry Jeanne Ishimwe - Chemistry Blake Johns - Chemistry Sixbert Muhoza - Chemistry Reinis Ozolins - Chemistry and Business Scarlett Salter - Biology Natalie Starke - Sports Medicine/Exercise Science Rodrigo Suarez - Chemistry Breanna Terrell - Biology David Vaughan - Chemistry Ruth Williams - Math and English Savannah Zachry - Sports Medicine/Exercise Science
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