UNI announces Phi Eta Sigma inductees<br>

June 2, 2002

Mary Boes, associate professor of social work and faculty advisor, Phi Eta Sigma, (319) 273-5892
Vicki Grimes, University Marketing & Public Relations, (319) 273-2761

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- The University of Northern Iowa inducted 154 students into Phi Eta Sigma, national college scholastic honor society for freshmen, during a spring-semester ceremony.

Freshmen with a 3.50 or higher grade point average are eligible for membership. Freshmen initiated into the UNI chapter of Phi Eta Sigma include __(Name)�__ from __( hometown)__.

Phi Eta Sigma members participate in several activities throughout the year, beginning with a picnic during UNI Family Fest. Other activities include celebrating holidays by placing decorations in nursing homes, participating in adopt-a-family during Christmas, and an end-of-year picnic where new officers are elected.

Officers for the 2001-2002 academic year were: Maia Block, Ankeny, president; Johanna Mowatt, Waterloo, vice president; Jennifer Edgar, Waverly, treasurer; CJ (Clint) Clark, Keokuk; secretary; Jamie Tegeler, Dyerville, and Meg Taylor, Cedar Falls, publicity chairs; Marsha Cloos, Springbrook, Angela Hagarty, Swisher, Shana Johnson, Grimes, and Jared Smith, Waterloo, social/service chairs; Carolyn Carter, Wilton, membership chair; Jona Sneiderman, Sheldon, historian; Audra Block, Ankeny, senior advisor.

Mary Boes, UNI associate professor of social work, is Phi Eta Sigma faculty adviser. For more information, contact Boes at (319) 273-5892.

NOTE: to obtain a complete list of the inductees, please contact the Office of University Marketing & Public Relations at (319) 273-2761.