Carson-Newman honor society receives national award

Members of Carson-Newman's 2014-15 Alpha Chi Chapter gather while at the national honor society's convention held in Chicago in March. Pictured are front row, left to right: Katie Jones and Laura-Kate Gonyea; second row, Mary Young, Niki Green, Grace Boone and Erica Hesson; back row, Alex Carver and Ryan O’Neal.
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JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. (WVLT) - The Carson-Newman University honor society earned its 18th straight national award and will be recognized at a national convention in Washington D.C. in April.

CNU's chapter of Alpha Chi national honor society was recognized as a Star Chapter something less than one fifth of the nation's Alpha Chi chapters are able to achieve.

It is the 18th straight year Carson-Newman has earned the Star Chapter Award.

The recognition honors local, national, and administrative efforts of each chapter.

Alpha Chi’s purpose is to promote academic excellence among college and university students.

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Members of Carson-Newman's 2014-15 Alpha Chi Chapter gather while at the national honor society's convention held in Chicago in March. Pictured are front row, left to right: Katie Jones and Laura-Kate Gonyea; second row, Mary Young, Niki Green, Grace Boone and Erica Hesson; back row, Alex Carver and Ryan O’Neal.