36 Initiated Into Rho Chi Society

Rho Chi initiates on the Mobile campus Rho Chi initiates from the Mobile campus. Pictured, from left, Frankie Hoffman, Kellyn Wilson, Nicole Slater, Anthony Todd, and Ashley Turk.

September 12, 2016

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Thirty-five students and a faculty member were inducted into the Zeta Chapter of the Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society on Thursday, September 8. Initiation ceremonies were held simultaneously on both the Auburn and Mobile campuses.

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Jessica Starr, current associate clinical professor at the Harrison School of Pharmacy, served as the keynote speaker. A member of Rho Chi, she graduated from HSOP in 2004. The initiation was administered by Paul Jungnickel, the chapter faculty advisor and associate dean of academic and student affairs at HSOP.

Of the 36 initiated, 29 are Pharm.D. students, six are graduate students and one is a current faculty member. Those initiated were:
Leanna Elizabeth Barker
Jasleen Bolina
Johnathyn Luke Britton
Hussein Cheikhali
Kyle Finelli
Morgan Tyus Fisher
Frances Lee Hoffman
Brittany Rumsey Horton
Rachel Marie Howorth
Anna Brooke Jaramillo
Miyoung Kim
Madeleine King
Hallie M. Knight
Bhavika Kumar
Kaitlyn Ledbetter
Jenna Lauren Lee
Walker Mason
Logan McCall
Mallory McGowan
Hibah Missoum
Christopher Thomas Robinson
Warren Douglas Smith
Tiffany Softley
Hope Syfrett
Anthony M. Todd
Ashley Turk
Caroline Elizabeth Welch
Kellyn Wilson
Joseph Trenton Wood
Matthew W. Eggert (graduate student)
Amber Lindsey Milton (graduate student)
Ben Nie (graduate student)
Justin Owensby (graduate student)
Haley Porter (graduate student)
Thankhoe Rants’o (graduate student)
Nicole A. Slater (faculty member)

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Last Updated: September 12, 2016