Rogers State University’s chapter of the Alpha Chi honor society recently selected more than 40 students for membership into the organization.

Membership in Alpha Chi, which is a national academic honor society open to all academic disciplines, is limited to the top 10 percent of an institution’s juniors and seniors and is by invitation only. Alpha Chi recognizes and promotes scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship “effective for good,” said Dr. Jim Ford, director of RSU’s Honors Program and Alpha Chi advisor.

Students recently selected for Alpha Chi, listed by hometown, include:

Bartlesville: Hannah Beuke, Christal Chauncey, Kevin Cormier, Diane Hanmer, Amy Neff, Jamie Thompson.

Chelsea: Jane Martin

Chouteau: Amber Dodson

Claremore: Jessica Ammons, Karlyn Apon, David Berglund, Laura Brown, Anna Curlee, Amanda Delp, Thalia Douglas, Kristi Hall, Stephanie Hines, Leighann Hughes, Christy Hunt, Tray Kimball, Ashley Leister, Linda Loffer, Robert Nissen, Tara Rabb, Amy Walsh

Collinsville: Jacoba Disinger, Richie Schuler

Elgin, Texas: Crystal Mooney

Inola: Josh Hass

Owasso: Jaqueline Boes, Kathryn Dupree

Poteau: Jacqueline Casey

Pryor: Deborah Besley,

Salina: Tanya Stokes

South Coffeyville: Lindsay Muller

Sperry: Michael Ginn

Tahlequah: Dan Cott

Tulsa: Thuytien Mai, April Smith, Jackie Talladivedula

Vinita: Tammy Smith