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76 inducted into Phi Kappa Phi
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Northwestern State University inducted 76 students into the university’s chapter of Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi Dec. 6. Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society whose mission is to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of high education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.

Eligible junior-level students are in the top 7.5 percent of their class. Those students are Kali Broussard of Abbeville, Emily Maddox, Michael Nation, Shannon Pitts and Courtenay Stevens of Bossier City, Jackson Harmeyer of Boyce, Blair Pierce of Canton, Texas; Richard Sharp II of Deville, Christopher Lanier of Flint, Texas; Kevin Foy of Grayson, Afton Owens of Homer, Theresa Halle of Houston, Texas; Elizabeth Gautreaux of Leesville, Jesse Johnson of Mansura, Nichole Halpain of Many, Esther Kennedy of Minden, Lauren Berry and Jasmyne Sanders of Natchitoches, John Sewell of Pineville, Jamey Nelson of Pitkin and Dustie Guillotte of Winnfield.

Eligible senior-level students are in the top 10 percent of their class. Those students are Joshua Patton and Christopher Santoro of Bossier City, Rebecca Moore of Boyce, Lauren Blanchard of Breaux Bridge, Priya Patel of Columbia, Taylor Lee and Brady Renard of Coushatta, Rachael McGee of Eunice, Meghan Hunter of Garland, Texas; Taylor Ritchie of Grant, Lacey Campbell of Gray, Jennifer King and Sarah Stewart of Haughton, Jacqueline MacCarthy of Henderson, Nev.; Treasure Jamesy Manes of Hornbeck, Wanda Berrios and Stanislav Ponomarev of Leesville, Sandra Foster of Many, Trinicia Leonard of Montgomery, Candace Ford, Richard Hall and Tiffany Hudson of Natchitoches, Jillian Corder of Oakdale, Bethany Lavergne, and Brett Pefferkorn of Opelousas, Katie Hebert and Jacquelyn Smith of Pineville, Emily Neal of Pleasant Hill, John Shaughnessy III of Shreveport, Amanda Emfinger of Stonewall, Alicia Bradley of Ville Platte, and Samantha Trussell and Victor Vines of Winnfield.

Eligible graduate students are in the top 10 percent of all graduate students at the university. They are Karen Dick Garber of Alexandria, Delanea Gates of Baker, Tiffany Richardson of Camden, Ark.; Pamela Green of Covington, Jodi Tindell of Eddy, Texas; Shanna Hoff-Gilmer of Elgin, S.C.; Aleece Hoelscher of Ft. Polk, Kim Broussard of Grayson, Laurie Simmons of Haughton, Angel Glover of Hempstead, Texas; Caitlin Dartez, Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge, Ashley Nielsen, Marie Scriba and Kiley Walker of Natchitoches, Catherine Flinchum of Ponchatoula, LaTrice Ponton of Rosharon, Texas; Alison Himel Ezernack and Herbert Robinson of Shreveport, Terri Simpson of Sulphur and Martha Chapman of Woodworth.

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