Social work majors inducted into honor society


HUNTINGTON, Ind.— Ten Huntington University students have been inducted into the local chapter of the Phi Alpha Honor Society.

Shown: Brooke Groves, left, and Brittany Edmonds
Shown: Megan Pettigrew, left, and John Krabbe with Professor Carla MacDonald in the background
Shown: Nicole Ramsey, left, and Megan Pettigrew
Shown: Left to right, Emily Thompson, Amanda Shoup, Monica Salvo and Nicole Ramsey
Shown: Tianna Clark, left, with President G. Blair Dowden
Shown: President G. Blair Dowden with (left to right) Cassie Wimer, Emily Thompson and Amanda Shoup

The chapter was created this year to honor the top students in the social work program. Membership is based on GPA, number of credits and sophomore status.

During the induction ceremony on Jan. 24, the following social work majors were recognized:

Tianna Clark, a junior from Fort Wayne, Ind.

Brittany Edmonds, a senior from Beloit, Wis.

Brooke Groves, a junior from Fort Wayne, Ind.

John Krabbe, a junior from Crystal Lake, Ill.

Megan Pettigrew, a senior from Wabash, Ind.

Nicole Ramsey, a senior from Brooklyn, Mich.

Monica Salvo, a senior from Deerfield, Wis.

Amanda Shoup, a junior from Angola, Ind.

Emily Thompson, a junior from Bluffton, Ohio

Cassandra Wimer, a junior from Staunton, Va. 

Huntington University is a comprehensive Christian college of the liberal arts offering graduate and undergraduate programs in more than 70 academic concentrations. U.S. News & World Report ranks Huntington among the best colleges in the Midwest, and has listed the university as one of America’s Best Colleges. Additionally, Princeton Review has named the institution to its “Best in the Midwest” list. Founded in 1897 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Huntington University is located on a contemporary, lakeside campus in northeast Indiana. The university is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).  


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