May 3, 2011
National Society of Collegiate Scholars inducts students
Baldwin City, Kan. — The Baker University chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars held its inaugural induction convocation on Sunday at McKibbin Recital Hall, welcoming 35 founding members into the society.
The society honors first- and second-year students focused on leadership and service.
Students elected for the 2011-2012 executive board were Sara Bell, president; Callie Paquette, executive vice president; Ashley Werner, vice president of community service; Tera Lyons, vice president of Planning for Achieving Collegiate Excellence (PACE); Sean Webb, vice president of public relations and membership; Alyssa Paul, secretary; and Nancy Delgado, treasurer.
Members inducted were JaNay Adgers, Lauren Amrein, Sara Bell, Jason Berry, Samantha Brandt, Morgan Brown, Emily Buhler, Tara Chumley, Cooper Clark, Kate Colby, Hannah Dalrymple, Becky Davis, Nancy Delgado, Madison Kristoffersen, Brian Lamoreux, Justin Lane, Ryan Lasneske, Tera Lyons, Reno Marical, Allyssa Massie, Amanda Meyer, Teresa Morse, Callie Paquette, Alyssa Paul, Thomas Pruitt, Paige Queen, Megan Rosa, Valentine Schirmer, Aryn Schowengerdt, Michelle Thomas, Katie Thurbon, Sean Webb, Ashley Werner, Erik White and Frank Whittier.
Baker University is committed to student learning, and developing confident, competent and responsible contributors to society.