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May 10, 2004
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Tech Students Inducted Into Honors Society
The following students from have been inducted into the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society chapter at South Dakota Tech.
The Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society is a national organization that recognizes freshmen students with high grade-point averages. Phi Eta Sigma is the largest freshman honor society with more than 300 chapters throughout the United States and more than 600,000 members.
Julie Abrams, civil engineering, Rapid City; Lindsey Andrews, science, Black Hawk; Kristen Bartlet, chemical engineering, Watertown; Nathan Bishop, computer engineering, Pierre; Cassandra Degen, metallurgical engineering, Rapid City; Sean Donnelly, electrical engineering, Spearfish; Tyler Earnest, chemistry, Rapid City; Brandon Gabrielson, interdisciplinary sciences, Rapid City; Nicole Gaffney, industrial engineering, Berthoud, Colo.; Aaron Geier, math and computer science, Watertown; Billie Gibson, interdisciplinary sciences, Kearney, Neb.; Autumne Good, computer science, Parker; Adam Grajkowske, computer science and math, Parkston; Ronald Green, civil engineering, Deadwood; Kevin Heiberger, mechanical engineering, Rapid City; Justin Hill, electrical engineering, Banner, Wyo.; Todd Hoerler, civil engineering, Bridgeport, Neb.; Matthew Hoven, civil engineering, Aberdeen; Brad Hyronimus, mechanical engineering, Beresford; Nicholas Jensen, geology, Rapid City; Wade Johnson, electrical engineering, Buffalo; Lucas Johnson, metallurgical engineering, Webster; Merlin Jorgenson, industrial engineering, Rapid City; Kyle Kattke, mechanical engineering, Black Hawk; Amanda Kauer, metallurgical engineering and math, Brandon; Matthew Koupal, mechanical engineering, Wagner; Barry Longden, math and computer science, Rapid City; Anthony Malon, electrical engineering, Rapid City; Amanda McDaniel, interdisciplinary sciences, Sturgis; Jesse Nelson, civil engineering, Volga; Eric Olson, chemistry, St Cloud, Minn.; Casey Richards, computer engineering, Newell; Fanariot Sefa, chemical engineering, Albania; Micah Sheldon, geological engineering, Ray, N.D.; Carin Smith, computer science and math, Rapid City; Wesley Snaza, mechanical engineering, Webster; Joel Sparks, metallurgical engineering, Hermosa; Michael VanDerWerff, mechanical engineering, Platte; Travis Walker, chemical engineering, Winner; Jason Wilner, industrial engineering, Boulder, Colo.; Travis Zelfer, mechanical engineering, Black Hawk
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