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Local students recognized at UWA Honors Day

Published 11:39am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The University of West Alabama recently recognized outstanding students for their academic achievements and leadership roles at the institution’s annual Honors Day. Honorees and their guests were treated to a luncheon at the Bell Conference Center before the Honors Day Convocation in Bibb Graves Auditorium.

Calvinare Bell of Eutaw was inducted into the Alpha Chi honor society and received the Pinnacle Academic Achievement Award. The senior business administration major is the daughter of Shawn Bell and Calvin Harmon.

Jennifer Buroker of Demopolis was recognized for membership in Students in Free Enterprise. The senior business major is the daughter of Randy and Mia Buroker.

Jill Furlong of Brisbane, Australia was inducted into Delta Mu Delta and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies. The senior accounting major is the daughter of Patrick and Jane Furlong.

Brandon Hay of Demopolis was inducted into Kappa Mu Epsilon honor society. The junior mechanical engineering major is the son of Larry and Cindy Hay.

Tabitha Moore of Demopolis was inducted into the Delta Mu Delta honor society. The senior accounting major is the daughter of Tommy and Jennifer Moore.

Rebecca Murray of Demopolis was inducted into the Upsilon Pi Epsilon honor society. The senior mathematics and computer information systems major is the daughter of Chris and Debi Murray.

Trey Pickett of Demopolis was inducted into Blue Key and Delta Mu Delta honor societies. The junior accounting major is the son of Angela Carmier and Bobby Pickett.

Ashley Walls of Demopolis was recognized for membership in Students in Free Enterprise. The freshman nursing major is the daughter of Ted and Arita Williams.

LaTiesha Walls of Demopolis was recognized for membership in Students in Free Enterprise. The sophomore nursing major is the daughter of Ted and Arita Williams.

Katiesha Washington of Demopolis was recognized for membership in Students in Free Enterprise. The freshman nursing major is the daughter of Julia Washington and David Finch Jr.

In addition to recognizing student honorees, the University inducted three graduates, Sylvia Burkhalter Homan of Demopolis, Glenda Sue Moore of Choctaw County, and Dr. Charles C. Woods of Birmingham into the Society of the Golden Key. Induction into the Society is the highest honor bestowed upon a UWA graduate or professor.

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