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Alpha Epsilon Delta Gamma Chapter inductions

PULLMAN – The newly chartered chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta National Honor Society will be inducting the charter members at a 3 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Oct. 17, in the WSU CUB. National AED Officer and WSU alumnus Donald Schreiweis will be conducting the initiation.
This will be the first induction ceremony for the founding class of the WSU Gamma Chapter
Members being inducted include 16 students in pre-health professional related fields of study who have completed at least three semesters of college course work and displayed academic excellence by maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.2.
Also being recognized are two honorary members, Sandra Brabb, assistant director of the Neuroscience Program, and Kay Brothers, College of Sciences pre-health adviser, who have accepted adviser positions for the WSU chapter.
According to the National AED website: “Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Preprofessional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in preprofessional health scholarship, including medicine, dentistry, veterinary and others. The Society welcomes all students engaged in the pursuit of a professional healthcare career. AED offers opportunities for intellectual and professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests and extends a program of service to benefit the college/university community.”
“The founding members are dedicated to this philosophy and the honor society as a whole is looking forward to making a positive contribution to the greater Whitman County community,” Incoming Chapter President Audrey Jensen said. “We hope to provide a platform for pre-health students to participate in rewarding service opportunities now and in the future.”

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