Catawba College Students Inducted into Honor Society
April 26, 2010
Twenty-six Catawba College students were inducted into Phi Epsilon, an honorary scholastic society, during a ceremony held Saturday, April 24 in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on campus. The honor society seeks to stimulate scholarship, develop character, encourage leadership, and create fellowship opportunities. Membership is open to rising juniors and seniors.
New inductees included Steffanie Jimenez, Laura Ritchie, and Robert Sawyer, all of Salisbury; C.M. Garrison and Carrie Harris, both of Asheville; Amaber McCleerey and Quinn McRae, both of Hendersonville; Erin Blalock of Denver; Cynthia Cook of Franklin, Pa.; Timothy Cook of Hickory; Sarah Devlin of Candler; Lainey Edwards of Asheboro; Lori Fraley of Cleveland; Julie Gilley of Dobson; Stephanie Hill of China Grove; Kendra Joyner of Petersburg, Va.; Joseph Manser of Mooresville; Jenna Matthews of Staunton, Va.; Sarah Morse of North Berwick, Maine; Vaughn Pollman of Overland Park, Kansas; Claire Robinson of Houston, Texas; Sarah Robinson of Cartersville, Va.; Laura Sale of Yadkinville; Mara Stewart of Avon, Ind.; Hannah Thomas of Robbins; and Robin Tynes of Black Mountain.
Faculty advisor for Phi Epsilon is Dr. Michael Bitzer.