Four Lyon students win awards at national Alpha Chi convention

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Four Lyon students win awards at national Alpha Chi convention

Pictured seated, left to right, are Hannah Templin of Batesville; Hope Woods of Huntsville; Jordan Trant of McKinney, Texas; Marisa Ayers of Searcy; and Keeley Wooten of Calico Rock. Standing are former chapter sponsor Dr. Tim Lindblom and current sponsor Dr. Terrell Tebbetts.

Four Lyon College scholarship nominees won awards at the national convention of the Alpha Chi National Scholarship Honor Society on April 6 through 8 in Louisville, Ky.

Five student delegates presented scholarly papers on subjects that included biology, chemistry, American literature, British history and political science. 

Of the student scholarship nominees, all four won awards: Hannah Templin, '17, took home Region II's Edwin H. Gaston Scholarship; Hope Woods, '17, took home the National Council's H. Y. Benedict Fellowship and Marisa Ayers, '18, took home the National Council's Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship. Keeley Wooten, '17, was named alternate for Region II’s Joseph E. Pryor Fellowship. Together they collected $6,000 in scholarship and fellowship funds.

Lyon’s Alpha Chi chapter won distinction as an Alpha Chi Star Chapter.

Alpha Chi is a coeducational academic honor society. Since 1922, its purpose has been to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and to honor those who achieve such distinction.

Posted by Alexandra Patrono-Smith at 1:00 PM