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TU students inducted into counseling honor society

On Friday, May 6, a group of Thomas University students were inducted into the Rho Chi Sigma Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, an international counseling, academic and professional honor society during a ceremony held in Balfour Chapel on TU’s Main Campus. To become members, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and have completed at least 12 hours in a graduate counseling program. TU inductees are students in the Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling degree program. Participants include (front row from left) Keesha Lashaun Nixon of Lithonia, Georgia; Edwina Taylor-Flowers of Stone Mountain, Georgia; Stephanie Roberson of Harrison, Georgia; (second row) Ginifer Billingsley of Thomasville, Georgia; Chelsea Dolan of Thomasville; Jessica Blair Johnson of St. Petersburg, Florida; Amber L. Owens of Thomasville; (third row) Comeco Mourning of Gibsonton, Florida; Revonn Miller of Climax, Georgia; Abby Elizabeth Griffin of Gainesville, Georgia; (back row) Dr. Claire Dede Avery, Chair of the Division of Counseling and Psychology; Leslie Peoples of East Point, Georgia, recipient of the Chi Sigma Iota Scholarship; Dr. Cristina Jones, Director of the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Program and Chi Sigma Iota Adviser; Dr. Pauline Patrick, Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling; Katy Cameron Clay of Jacksonville, Florida; Charemel Stewart of Thomasville, CSI Treasurer; Jessica Ann Sailor of Madison, Wisconsin; Anna Maria Everett of Blountstown, Florida; Sharon Marie Davis of Thomasville, CSI President; and Mary Anissa Carpenter of Thomasville.

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