Ozarks Inducts 10 into Alpha Chi society
Release Date: 4/16/1999
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. --- Ten new members were recently inducted into the University of the Ozarks' chapter of Alphi Chi, a national honors society which recognizes students for academic excellence and exemplary character.
The new inductees include Silvia Arias, a senior business administration major from Costa Rica; Richard Armstrong, a senior art/marketing major from Pottsville; Louis Aszod, a junior English major from Clarksville; Michael Compher, a senior environmental studies major from Fort Worth, Texas; Ladonna Jenkins, a senior accounting major from Wickes; Diane Pohlmeier, a senior psychology major from Paris; Brandy Rhodes, a senior communications major from Hot Springs Village; Evike Soto, a senior business administration major from Costa Rica; Lidia Sierra, a senior special education major from Mexico; and Aaron Windel, a junior history/English major from Branson, Mo.
To be eligible for Alpha Chi membership, students must be either a junior or senior and be in the top 10 percent of their class. Members are chosen by a faculty committee.