Monday, September 10, 2012

bc_2012_nscs_induction_ceremony_0910_016_members.jpgTwenty-one Benedict College School of Honors students were inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars – Benedict College Chapter on September 10, 2012.  The ceremony was conducted in the Antisdel Chapel on the campus of Benedict College.

The new members who took part in the induction ceremony were Frehiwot Admassu, Sophomore, Biology major, Lashika Bryan, Senior, Criminal Justice major, Quatillia Byrd, Senior, Accounting major, Evan Cross, Senior, Economics (Finance) major, Walter Cureton, Sophomore, Computer Engineering major, Roshonda Dixson, sophomore, Biology major, Diundra Doughty, Junior, Biology major, Bianca Frazier, Senior, Political Science major, Ta’rque Fredrick, Junior, Business Administration (Mgmt.) major, Dynika Giles, Junior, Accounting major, NaKyia Hinton, Junior, Electrical Engineering major, Shaqueda Jenkins, Junior, Biology major, Sylynn McKinney, Junior, Accounting major, Feven Mulu, Junior, Biology major, Hazel Okwaro, Junior, Economics (Finance) major,  Priscilla Okwaro, Senior, Economics major, Josepha Segbefia, Junior, Accounting major, Dominic Silvera, Junior, Accounting major, Bridget Starling, Junior, Psychology major, Bethel Tarekegne, Junior, Electrical Engineering major, and Shawn Torres, Junior, Child and Family Development major.

As part of the ceremony, the new inductees received their official recognition pin and certificate of membership.  Officiating at the induction was the chapter sponsor, Dr. Warren D. Robinson and chapter advisor, Ms. Laura E. Postell.

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers.  NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service opportunities and offers over half a million dollars in scholarships annually.  NSCS was founded in 1914 on the campus of The George Washington University in Washington, DC.  NSCS is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is a recognized organization at over 300 campuses across the country.


Source: School of Honors

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