Top Students inducted into Honor Society
The Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society at Potomac State College of West Virginia University inducted their newest members this past spring during their 88th Annual Banquet. Seated in the front row (from left) are: Anna Halterman (vice president of the honor society), Assistant Professor of Biology Vicki Huffman, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Andrea Bucklew, and Lauren Trenter (president of the honor society),. Second row (from left) includes new members Katie Carder, Caitlin Dorsey, Kelly Lambert, Katherine Wolf, Katlyn Taylor, and Teresa Rodeheaver. Third row (from left): Amanda Mielnik, Chelsea Holcomb, Alisha Shiffer, Shannon Harvey, Laura Horning, and Kathi Crites. Fourth row (from left): Shawna Rhodes, Joshua Strachan, Raleh Foreman, Eric Loy, and Ross Heavner. Not pictured are Erin McGee, Rachel Myers and Tyler Yoak.
Sigma Phi Omega was founded in 1923 by faculty members as a way of recognizing the academic performance and campus participation of students. In order for students to be admitted to the honor society, they must achieve a 3.0 grade point average, have no failing grades and participate in at least two on-campus clubs, committees or athletic teams. Both Huffman and Bucklew serve as advisors to the honor society.