EIGHT NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED INTO ECU CHAPTER OF PI SIGMA ALPHA

ADA – The East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society initiated eight new members during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom in the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. 

To be eligible to induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 average in all political science and legal studies classes.

Students initiated include Brandy Baldwin, Wynnewood; Kaylin Cullum, Wetumka; Coty Dildine, Ada; Koral Heinzman, Holdenville; Carl Lewis, Ada;  Lacy Phelps, Sulphur;  Tiffany Postoak, Ada; and Misty Willis, Tishomingo.

State Senator Susan Paddack assisted with the initiation and spoke to the group.  She discussed her role as a public servant, emphasized the importance of good citizenship, and previewed the coming legislative session. 

Ten members of Pi Sigma Alpha will travel to Washington, D.C. in February to participate in the D.C. Internship Experience.  Students will shadow members of Congress and tour government buildings.  They will also attend the Pi Sigma Alpha National Undergraduate Research Conference. 

The trip will cost $8,000.  To raise money for the trip, a silent auction will be held on Dec. 5 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Bill S. Cole University Center.  For more information or to make a donation, contact chapter sponsor Dr. Christine Pappas at 559-5640 or cpappas@ecok.edu.

Coty Dildine, of Ada, was inducted into the East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom of ECU’s Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. To be eligible for induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 grade-point average in all political science and legal studies classes. Pictured with Baldwin are State Senator Susan Paddack (left) and Pi Sigma Alpha President Andrew Weiss.

 

 

Koral Heinsman, of Holdenville, was inducted into the East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom of ECU’s Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. To be eligible for induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 grade-point average in all political science and legal studies classes. Pictured with Baldwin are State Senator Susan Paddack (left) and Pi Sigma Alpha President Andrew Weiss.

 

Carl Lewis, of Ada, was inducted into the East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom of ECU’s Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. To be eligible for induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 grade-point average in all political science and legal studies classes. Pictured with Baldwin are State Senator Susan Paddack (left) and Pi Sigma Alpha President Andrew Weiss.

 

 

Lacy Phelps, of Sulphur, was inducted into the East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom of ECU’s Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. To be eligible for induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 grade-point average in all political science and legal studies classes. Pictured with Baldwin are State Senator Susan Paddack (left) and Pi Sigma Alpha President Andrew Weiss.

 

Tiffany Postoak, of Ada, was inducted into the East Central University chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society during a recent ceremony in the Rudolph Hargrave Moot Courtroom of ECU’s Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business. To be eligible for induction, students must be a junior or senior and have a 3.0 grade-point average in all political science and legal studies classes. Pictured with Baldwin are State Senator Susan Paddack (left) and Pi Sigma Alpha President Andrew Weiss.

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