Missouri University of Science and Technology’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta,
the history honor society, inducted seven new members on Wednesday, April 23,
The new inductees are:
- Sarah Marie Amsden-Scantlin, a senior in history from Cuba, Mo.
- Elizabeth Jean Bohl, a junior in history from Wellsville, Mo.
- Amanda L. Kamps, a junior in history from St. Robert, Mo.
- Kendra R. Lewis, a junior in history from Waynesville, Mo.
- Garrett K. Martin, a junior in history from O’Fallon, Mo.
- Melissa L. Ramsey, a senior in history from Ballwin, Mo.
- Michael D. Yegerlehner, a senior in art from Palmyra, Mo.
Phi Alpha Theta was established
on the Missouri S&T campus in November 1991 and often works with the
History Club on activities such as donating books to local schools and sending
books to soldiers in Iraq. Dr. Diana Ahmad, associate professor of history at
Missouri S&T, serves as advisor to Phi Alpha Theta.