Armstrong Chemistry Program Inducts 9 Inaugural Members In a New Chemistry Honor Society
Armstrong Chemistry has been awarded a chapter of the Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemistry Honor Society. Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national chemistry honor society founded in 1919 at Davidson College. The purpose of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, is to unite those with a high scholastic grade in Chemistry, in Class A colleges, in order to foster a more comprehensive and cooperative study of that great branch of Science and its immediately allied studies. The requirements for the Society are a major or minor in chemistry, a high GPA in the sciences as well as a service component. The induction ceremony was held in the Science Center on May 2, 2012 with Dr. Linda Bleicken (President of Armstrong), Dr. Anne Thompson (VPAA) and Dr. John Kraft (Asst. VPAA) in attendance.
Those inducted into the Mu Delta Chapter (at Armstrong Atlantic State University) included:
Phung Hoang Thi Nguyen, Ryan August Groom (President), Kyle Matthew Hillis, Cassandra F Connolly, Melinda T Dang, Y Tram N Nguyen, Julie Elaine Finnell (Vice-President), Ramon Curtis Hartage (Treasurer), and Sarah Elizabeth Franz (Secretary)