Twenty-two Western Carolina University English students recently were inducted into Sigma Tau Delta, an international English honors society.
The evening induction ceremony was held on the university’s campus and was led by Nicole Jarosinski, society member; Elizabeth Addison, English department head; and Bill Spencer, visiting professor of English and the chapter’s faculty adviser.
“These students have all met the high standards set by the international honor society organization,” Spencer said. “English is a demanding course of study, and these honor students have excelled in it. They should be very proud of their accomplishment.”
Students who wish to join Sigma Tau Delta must pursue a major or minor in English, maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher in their English courses and be in the top 35 percent of their class.
Western students recently inducted into the society are:
Analicia Ashe of Hayesville.
Samantha Blanton of Sylva.
Victoria Brooks of Canton.
Kendra Coker of Cullowhee.
Lynda Goodwin of Franklin.
Kristina Hargett of Marshville.
Myles Hutto of Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Rachel Jellis of Waynesville.
Brittany Keating of Marion.
Whitney Leatherwood of Murphy.
Brodie Lowe of Stanley.
Lacey Martinez of Franklin.
Julia McLeod of Hendersonville.
Norrie Meus of Charlotte.
Aaron Morgan of Bryson City.
Ryan Norton of Franklin.
Michael O’Shea of Fletcher.
Beth Poteat of Clyde.
Anastasia Richards of Cullowhee.
Philesia Smith of Waynesville.
Whitney Woody of Durham.
Angela Wright of Kingston, Tenn.
For more information about the WCU Sigma Tau Delta chapter, contact Spencer at (828) 227-3922.