Alpha Epsilon Delta honor society chapter inducts 13 new members
|Date: Monday, April 21st, 2014||Return|
WKU’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) inducted 13 new members on April 14.
Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Pre-professional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship, including medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, physical therapy and others. The Kentucky Gamma Chapter at WKU was established in 1968 and has inducted more than 1,000 members over its 46 years on The Hill.
The spring semester inductees and their hometowns are: Callie Allison of Alvaton; Lauren Badstibner of Bowling Green; Kelsey Carter of Sacramento; Kaley Coffey of Owensboro; Riley Coots of Bardstown; Jamie Doctrow of Louisville; Courtney Hamilton of Owensboro; Alyssa Huff of Morganfield; Brandon Mudd of Bardstown; Elizabeth Oates of Central City; Kenneth Ruby of Somerset; David Sams of Somerset; and Joseph Wilson of Tompkinsville.
Contact: Ken Crawford, (270) 745-4449.
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