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International Studies Honor Society Inducts 25 Members
4/8/2011
Sigma Iota Rho, Alpha Phi, UST's chapter of the national honor society in International Studies, held its 15th installation of members on Tuesday, March 29, 2011. Twenty five new members joined the society, including the first MLA graduate students specializing in International Studies. The requirements for induction include an overall UST GPA of 3.4 and a 3.5 GPA in the major.

From left to right sitting: Dr. Rogelio Garcia-Contreras, Dr. Linda M. Pett-Conklin, Dr. Hans Stockton, Betcy Jose-Thota, Nivien Saleh. Standing Middle Row: Chiara Sari, Zarina Ablyazizova, Marissa Valle, Hui Pan, Mayra Morales, Sarah Haddad, Renee McKeon, Nibal Markus, Maria Secino, Shaterra Green, Metchm Lohoues. Standing Back Row: Barbara Frey, James Efurd, Austin Stanfill, Rachel Aoughsten, Thomas Hrdlicka, Jaime Sepulveda (current president), Damien Treshman, Ramona Hudeck, Maria Turtelli, Juan Jimenez, Rakel Berg. Not pictured: Jodi Mahardi, Alicia Vasquez, Alexa Villamayor, Casey Yancey.
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