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TAP DAY LIST: The newest members of MU's honor societies

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 | 5:52 p.m. CDT; updated 8:50 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

COLUMBIA — Last Friday, MU revealed the new members of six honors societies.

The members include "honor taps," faculty, staff or alumni who were chosen for influencing students in a positive way.

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The initiates are:

QEBH

  • Joshua Travis, a political science major from Manchester
  • Kelli Hagan, a human development and family studies major from Mexico, Mo
  • Logan Hampton, a pharmacy major from Sikeston
  • Megan Ogar, a magazine journalism and Spanish major from St. Louis
  • Anna Osterlind, an economics and political science major from Columbia
  • Jarrett Sutton, a business marketing major from Kansas City
  • Shannon Whitney, a convergence journalism major from St. Louis
  • John Bennett, an honor tap from Columbia
  • Joe Hayes, an honor tap from Columbia
  • Donald Johnson, an honor tap from Columbia

Mystical Seven

  • Kari Adam, a speech pathology major from Overland Park, Kan.
  • Tina Casagrand, a journalism and anthropology major from Lebanon, Mo.
  • Chebem Chukwu, a business marketing major from Lagos, Nigeria
  • Becky Dale, an international studies major from St. Louis
  • Andrew Lorenz, a business accounting major from Jackson
  • Kha Ly, a hotel and restaurant management major and business minor from Saigon, Vietnam
  • Kelsey Mirando, a magazine journalism major and English and sociology minors from Tulsa, Okla.
  • Miriam Golomb, an honor tap
  • Adam Duncan, an honor tap
  • Kim Martin, an honor  tap

LSV

  • Yantezia Patrick, a journalism major from Evansville, Ind.
  • Alyssa Ruth, a social work and psychology major from Lee's Summit
  • Dolores Obregon , a journalism major from San Antonio, Texas.
  • Holly Hanover, a social work and Spanish major from Raymore
  • Suzy Day, an honor tap from Strasburg
  • Sylvia Jauregui, an honor tap

Mortar Board

  • Cassandra Batchelder, a journalism and political science major from Lakeville, Minn.
  • Kelly Brophy, a business accounting major from Houston, Texas
  • Jack Campbell, a biology and Spanish major from Columbia
  • Katelyn Chizek, a strategic communications major from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • Nuzhat Chowdhury, a political science and communications major from Columbia
  • Daniel Cook, a biological sciences and chemistry major from Belton
  • Nicholas Gerth, a political science and history major from Florissant
  • Elise Hammond, a middle school math education major from Florissant
  • Kaitlyn Hemmann, a physical therapy major from St. Louis
  • Erin Junkel, a strategic communications journalism major from O'Fallon
  • Andrew Kiehl, a business accounting major from St. Louis
  • Kelsey Kotur, an industrial and manufacturing systems engineering major from Manchester
  • Emily Marx, a music education major from St. Louis
  • Kristin Morrison, a biological sciences major from St. Louis
  • Ryan Neff, a biological sciences major from Columbia
  • Megan Ogar, a magazine journalism and Spanish major, from St. Louis
  • Deepika Parmar, a biological sciences and psychology major from Lee's Summit
  • Scott Scheese, an English major from Houstonia
  • Jim Stites, a business marketing and religious studies major from Chesterfield
  • Rachel Ternik, a business finance and mathematics major, from Fishers, Ind.
  • Barbara Hammer, an honor tap
  • John Faaborg, an honor tap
  • Gayle Kingery, an honor tap

Omicron Delta Kappa

  • Natalie Brandt, a health science pre-physical therapy major from Overland Park, Kan.
  • Melanie Brown, a business accountancy major and music minor from Hannibal
  • Ashley Davidson, a biochemistry and nutritional sciences major from Joplin
  • Peter Dubrowski, a journalism and political science major from Lake St. Louis
  • Michelle Flandreau, a journalism major from Coppell, Texas
  • Elizabeth Fracica, a biological sciences major from St. Joseph
  • Josh Frydman, a journalism major from Buffalo Grove, Ill.
  • Lauren Hammond, a sociology major from Weldon Springs
  • Jordan Hawley, a business major from Plano, Texas
  • Kassie Hyde, a biological sciences and Spanish major from Marshfield
  • Brian Kim, a Theatre, Spanish and psychology major from St. Louis
  • Amanda Klohmann, a journalism major from Chesterfield
  • Anne Kroeger, a chemistry major and biology minor from St. Louis
  • Mark Levitt, a journalism major from Buffalo Grove, Ill.
  • Kelsey McKinnis, a communication science and disorders major from Harrisonville
  • Thomas Mershon, an agricultural journalism major from Lee's Summit
  • Adrienne Pedersen, a journalism major from Naperville, Ill.
  • Kyle Schettler, a journalism major from Aurora, Colo.
  • Courtney Scott, a communication and business major from Overland Park, Kan.
  • Katrina Steffensen, a journalism and Spanish major from Houston, Texas
  • Allie Steiner, a journalism major, from St. Charles
  • Katie Steis, an elementary education major from Wildwood
  • Tarik Yameen, a mechanical engineering major and French minor from Liberty
  • Laura Young, a biology and political science major from Southlake, Texas
  • Lee Zucker, a journalism major and business minor from Buffalo Grove, Ill.
  • Etti Naveh-Benjamin, an honor tap
  • Angela Speck, an honor tap

Rollins Society

  • Angela Aubuchon, a psychology Ph.D. student from Dexter
  • Emily Doucette, a medicine student from Kansas City, Mo.
  • James Gann, education graduate student from Boonville
  • Roland Holou, a plant science Ph.D. student from Cotonou, Benin
  •  Jennifer Keller Jensen,  a public affairs graduate student from Gig Harbor, Wash.
  • Megan Rau, a public health and school of medicine student from Washington, Mo.
  • Sarah Symonds, a communications Ph.D. student from Sneads Ferry, N.C.
  • Amy Williams, a first-year law student, from Columbia
  • Jeni Hart, an honor tap
  • Karen Gruen, an honor tap

 


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