Chi Alpha Epsilon celebrates induction of 10 new members
Bloomsburg University’s Nu Chapter of Chi Alpha Epsilon, the National Honor Society that recognizes the academic achievements of college students in access and scholar programs, recently celebrated the induction of 10 new members.
Ralph Godbolt, director of Act 101/EOP, was inducted as an honorary member and served as the ceremony’s keynote speaker. Megan Mericle, chapter vice president and treasurer, led the introduction of the new members.
Spring 2022 Inductees
- Keyen L. Blanco
- Olivia Cabrera-Carter
- Yamilet Ferrufino
- Tristin R. Harkness
- Emma E. Landis
- Destiny N. Martinez
- Naledi Phirie
- Donyae G. Trawick
- Tamara D. Wheeler
- Ralph Godbolt, honorary member
Hahmier Booker, chapter president, opened the ceremony and provided a historical look at Chi Alpha Epsilon, which was founded in 1990 at West Chester University in response to the increasing need to acknowledge the continuing successes of students in the university’s academic development program.
Program directors at colleges and universities across the country have hailed the society’s formation, and in 1996 the National Association of Developmental Educators endorsed Chi Alpha Epsilon as the Honor Society for developmental program students.