MONTICELLO — Thirty-six students were recently inducted into the University of Arkansas at Monticello’s Arkansas Zeta Chapter of Alpha Chi national collegiate honor society which is designated for the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes with a grade point average of 3.6 or better on a 4.0 scale.

MONTICELLO — Thirty-six students were recently inducted into the University of Arkansas at Monticello’s Arkansas Zeta Chapter of Alpha Chi national collegiate honor society which is designated for the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes with a grade point average of 3.6 or better on a 4.0 scale.


Inductees are listed by hometown and majors:


Arkansas City: Jennifer May (general studies); Bryant: McKenzie Rice (nursing); Conway: Marquis Rogers (health and physical education); April Wright (modern language); Crossett: Destiny Randolph (nursing)


Fordyce: Jacklyn Nelson (middle level education); Georgetown, Texas: Jessica Cuba (accounting); Green Forest: Nicole Mullen (accounting); Greenville, Miss.: Megan Scarborough (computer information systems); Hamburg: Ramona Harville (P-4 early childhood education); Houston, Mississippi: Tori Nichols (accounting, business, marketing); Jacksonville: Francis Porto (accounting)


Lake Village: Miranda McCoy (biology); Little Elm, Texas: Hunter Smith (business administration); Magnolia: Benjamin Wiltz (music); Mesquite, Texas: Raija McWright (exercise science)


Monticello: James Alexander (music education), Brandi Berryman (chemistry / biochemistry), Troy Brunson (exercise science), Julie Gladden (music education), Holly Lane (social work), Amanda Smith (teaching and learning), Kristen Snow (English), JennieThomasson (chemistry / biochemistry), Maddison Tyson (English), and Danielle West (biology/chemistry).


New Edinburg: LaKenya Morgan (business administration); North Little Rock: Breanna Taylor (P-4 early childhood education); Omaha, Texas: Valeria Johnson (nursing); Pine Bluff: Courtney Taylor (business management); Star City: Sarah Phillips (political science), Shanique Pugh (accounting), Cory Yarberry (accounting); Thornton: Jennifer Bailey (nursing); Warren: Taylor Ashcraft (chemistry/biochemistry); White Hall: Jessica Green (middle level education).