LEBANON — Local students were initiated into McKendree University's Chapter 378 of Phi Eta Sigma national honor society on Academic Excellence Day, April 24:
Kaleigh Admire, a junior speech communication-public relations major from Godfrey.
Luke Allan, a sophomore psychology major from Troy.
Lauren Bicanic, a junior elementary education-Spanish major from Maryville.
Melissa Calcara, a first-year health and wellness major from Edwardsville.
Dylan Faulkenberg, a first-year mathematics major from Troy.
Erin Genteman, a junior elementary education-math major from Moro.
Redell Hendricks, a junior undeclared major from Edwardsville.
Sara Janulavich, a first-year biology pre-professional major from Edwardsville.
Tyler Jewell, a junior music business major from Granite City.
Emily Keeven, a sophomore accounting major from Edwardsville.
Mary Liszewski, a first-year music education major from Troy.
Brandon Mihalich, a sophomore biology pre-professional major from Bethalto.
Kayla Morelan, a senior art major from Granite City.
Andrew Olden, a senior history major from Glen Carbon.
Brady Page, a sophomore human resource management major from Edwardsville.
Alyssa Patterson, a sophomore elementary education-math major from Troy.
Allex Perigan, a sophomore health and wellness major from Granite City.
Dillon Polansky, a senior accounting major from Troy.
Catherine Ponce, a junior mathematics major from Edwardsville.
Alyssa Reiniger, a first-year undeclared major from Maryville.
McKenna Scaturro, a first-year political science major from Granite City.
Bailey Spotanski, a first-year business administration major from Troy.
Allison Thompson, a first-year music education major from Granite City.
Hannah Valbert, a first-year art major from Granite City.
Jonathan Woelfel, a sophomore business administration major from Bethalto.
Phi Eta Sigma, the nation's oldest and largest multi-disciplinary honor society for first-year college and university students, promotes and rewards academic excellence. Because it is the chapter's chartering year, the university inducted all students who would have qualified in their first year, as well as 10 honoree faculty and staff members.