Ottawa, Kan. – Ottawa University is pleased to announce that 11 students have been inducted into the Sigma Alpha Honors Society. Each spring, the society elects the top 10 percent of the senior class and the top two percent of the junior class at The College and invites these students to participate in an induction ceremony to become members of this prestigious group.
Sigma Alpha was established as a local honors society at Ottawa University in 1941. Its purposes are to encourage concern for high academic achievement and to recognize those students who have attained distinction in the academic program of Ottawa University.
2017 Sigma Alpha Honors Society Inductees
Kaylee M. Asher Kingman, Kan.
Kimberly Beauchamp Paola, Kan.
Austin R. Blaue Ottawa, Kan.
Chisholm Branscum Ulysses, Kan.
Ada C. Castro Chicopee, Venezuela
Ryan T. Ellis Kansas City, Kan.
Anna Ernst Springfield, Mass.
Ryan F. Fields Ottawa, Kan.
Samantha N. Heppler Ottawa, Kan.
Angel L. Torres Quintana Independence, Kan.
Dylan Wheeler Holton, Kan.
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