Dean and seven scholars inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

Linda F. Chitwood, dean of the School of Applied Sciences, and seven Applied Sciences scholars are among the spring 2003 initiates into Phi Kappa Phi academic honor society at The University of Mississippi.

Spring inductees are Elizabeth Ann Andrews of Greenville, a communicative disorders major; Lindsay Elizabeth Burkes of Batesville, a family and consumer sciences major; Haley Alison Fairbanks of Oxford, a communicative disorders major; Heather Lynne Kennedy of Kinston, North Carolina, an exercise science major; Kerri Gail Langston of Hattiesburg, an

 

exercise science major; Jessica Montes Long of Philadelphia, a dietetics and nutrition major; and Amanda Parrish Milner of Jackson, a human development major.

Chartered in 1959, Phi Kappa Phi is one of the University's highest academic societies recognizing scholarship in all academic disciplines.

Membership into The University of Mississippi chapter of PKP is awarded to juniors and seniors with a grade-point average of 3.80 or higher. Membership is awarded to no more than 10 percent of the University's student body each year.

 
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Spring 2003 inductees into Phi Kappa Phi academic honor society are Haley Alison Fairbanks of Oxford, Kerri Gail Langston of Hattiesburg, Amanda Parrish Milner of Jackson, Elizabeth Ann Andrews of Greenville, Jessica Montes Long of Philadelphia, and Heather Lynne Kennedy of Kinston, North Carolina. Not pictured: Lindsay Elizabeth Burkes of Batesville.