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18 inducted into Alpha Epsilon Delta

18 inducted into Alpha Epsilon Delta

Eighteen WKU students were recently inducted into the Alpha Epsilon Delta National Health Pre-professional Honor Society.

AED is dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship, including medicine, dentistry and veterinary.

The Kentucky Gamma Chapter at WKU was established in 1968 and inducted its 1,000th member during the Nov. 19 ceremony.

The fall semester inductees included: Jessica Curtis, Tompkinsville; Evan Cusick, Bardstown; Jessica Ford, Hardinsburg; Jonathon Hendrie, Elizabethtown; Rachel Huffman, London; Nayab Hussain, Bowling Green; Daniel Jackson, Alvaton; Nancy Jolly, Cadiz; Kelsey Kaetzel, Santa Claus, Ind.; Natalie Majors, Hopkinsville; Kyle Mann, Columbia; Lindsey Neeley, Corbin; Tyler Scaff, LaGrange; Laura Simms, Bowling Green; Kaitlyn Snyder, Bowling Green; Brent Webb, Bowling Green; Justin Wellum, Louisville.

Contact: Ken Crawford, (270) 745-6005.

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