Limestone Students Inducted into National Honor Society

Alpha Chi inductess from left to right: Madison Carpenter, Shelley Hutcheson, Daniela Smart, Hannah Earls, Education) Savannah Roberts and Emily Wallace.
Eight Limestone College students have been inducted into Alpha Chi, one of the largest honor societies in the world.

The distinction rewards substantial academic achievement and is limited to the top ten percent of an institution's junior and senior classes. Members are nominated by the faculty and must have outstanding moral character and display leadership, integrity and service.

Through involvement in local chapters and at the regional and national level, Alpha Chi members have opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills and gain experience through scholarly presentations. Members can also attend the society's annual convention which is known for being an outstanding student-centered conference that provides valuable experience and showcases undergraduate research.

Limestone students recently inducted are

  • Madison Carpenter of Anderson, SC
  • Hannah Marie Earls of Blacksburg, SC
  • Shelley Hutcheson of Greenville, SC
  • Sheridan Dale Lee of Blacksburg, SC
  • Melanie Perry of Gaffney, SC
  • Savannah Roberts of Blacksburg, SC
  • Daniela Nicole Smart of Rutherfordton, NC
  • Emily Wallace of Winchester, KY

"The Limestone College family is exceptionally proud of these students," said Dr. Walt Griffin, president of Limestone. "Recognition by an esteemed society such as Alpha Chi validates the incredibly strong commitment exhibited by the students in seeking out scholarly truth and making a difference in their communities."