Biological Honor Society installed at NGU
Tigerville SC (May 5, 2015) North Greenville University installed a Tau Delta Alpha Chapter of the Beta Beta Beta biological honor society on April 28.Beta Beta Beta was established as a biological honor society in 1922 and has more than 560 chapters across the country.
The society emphasizes stimulation of scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research.
Students must be at least second semester sophomores, have at least nine hours of biology classes with a 3.0 or greater, and at least a 3.0 overall GPA.
“We are a new chapter of Beta Beta Beta,” said Dr. Kristen Van den Meiracker, faculty advisor to the chapter. “Our chapter, Tau Delta Alpha, was inducted, as well as 25 new members.”
NGU Tribeta members are: Jacob Carr, Cumming, GA; Zachary Conn, Easley; Erin Crabtree, Weaverville, NC; Joseph DeStefano III, Simpsonville; Paige Donaldson, Gastonia, NC; Zachary Grey, Fort Mill; Adam House, Easley; Andy Hudgins, Greenville; Grant Kahley, Greenville; Faith Jenkins, Gastonia, NC; Ben Kramm, Statesville, NC; Isaac Loseke, Asheville, NC; Helen Martin, Marietta; Ryan Metts, Saluda, NC; Wesley Neel, Greer; Jared Phillips, Matthews, NC; Jesse Raybon, York; Natalie Schrader, Gastonia, NC; Mitchell Shugars, Greer; Jesse Nugent, Gaffney; Sarah Simpson, Wheeling , WV; Seth Smith, Greer; Riley Snyder, Roanoke, VA; Christopher Sutton, Kings Mountain, NC; Katie Taylor, Simpsonville.
2014-2015 elected officers are: Grant Kahley, president; Katie Taylor, vice president; Joseph DeStefano III, secretary; Zachary Conn, treasurer; and Isaac Loseke, historian.
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