Phi Kappa Phi, a national honor society designed to recognize and cultivate excellence in students and faculty, inducted 20 members into its Francis Marion University chapter, Nov. 22.
The initiation ceremony in the McNair Science Building auditorium was followed by a banquet.
Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest honor society in the United States that draws members from all academic disciplines in colleges and universities. The FMU chapter recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Seventeen students, two faculty members, and one alumna were inducted. The alumna, Deborah Ray Holly, graduated from FMU in 1975 and is currently a faculty member at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Phi Kappa Phi Fall 2004 inductees, by hometown, are:
Andrews: Joni Godwin
Charleston: Deborah Ray Holly (alumna)
Columbia: Kenneth Autrey (faculty)
Conway: Jennifer Moore
Coward: Stephanie Adams
Darlington: Erin Gandy
Florence: Maurice Buxton, Angela Jones, Leroy Peterson (faculty), William Raines, Christopher Sawyer, Virginia Williams
Latta: Crystal Foxworth
Lexington: Jesse Ray
Myrtle Beach: Lacy Danikas
Scranton: Amy McAllister, Jessica McCutcheon, Robert Welch
Turbeville: Brandy Baxley, Justin Driggers
#66 / 11-29-04