Thomas University students inducted into Alpha Chi honor society
Thomas University held a ceremony on Thursday, April 17, in Balfour Chapel on TU’s Main Campus for students inducted into the Alpha Chi honor society. Alpha Chi is a national honor society for juniors and seniors in the top 10 percent of their class. Inductees must also have a minimum GPA of 3.5, participate in student activities, show evidence of community participation, and be of good character and reputation. Participating in the ceremony are (front from left) Dr. Ann Landis, TU Executive Vice President and Provost; Jennifer Lindquist, co-advisor; Diane Hamon Leesburg, Ga., inductee; Kristy Wainwright of Boston, Ga., inductee; Dr. Bonnie Woodbery, co-advisor; (middle row) Gabriell Johnson-Cameron of Kennesaw, Ga., inductee; Trasetta Alexander of Tallahassee, Fla., inductee; Carmon Edwards of Alto, Ga., inductee; (back row) Gregory McCullough of Cairo, Ga., inductee; and Burton Burt of Gainesville, Fla., inductee.