College inducts newest members to honor society

Monday, December 31, 2001

Lacey, Wash. - Saint Martin's College is proud to announce 14 students have been newly inducted to the Society of Fellows, the college's honor society.

New members are recommended by their faculty adviser and elected to the society on the basis of academic excellence as well as their dedication to school and community activities. Eligible students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average and have achieved junior or senior standing. Each new inductee is given a medallion that can be worn with graduation regalia.

Newly elected student fellows are:

Name Hometown Year Major
Jenifer Mitsuyo Takase Puyallup Senior Mechanical engineering
Erik Osborne Olympia Senior Mechanical engineering, theatre arts
Vicki Dixon Aberdeen Senior Accounting
Anna Fritz Cambridge City,
Senior Accounting
Danielle Langbraaten Raymond 2001 grad Elementary education
Kathleen Fogarty Auburn Senior Elementary education
Anna Newbury Sumner Senior Biology
Kathleen Kneeland Oakville Senior Biology
Monica Iversen Matlock 2001 grad Humanities
Kelly Kimbel Shelton Senior Psychology
Cat-Uyen Nguyen Portland Senior Community service, psychology, elementary education
Angela Rivera Lacey Senior Community service
Susan Glines Olympia 2001 grad Psychology
Aaron Goings Aberdeen Senior Political science
For more information:

Professor Robert Harvie, Saint Martin's College

Kara Klotz, communication specialist
Saint Martin's Office of Communication
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