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Students, faculty initiated into national leadership honor society

Austin Peay students and faculty have been inducted into the local circle of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK).

Students Nicole Aquino, Josh Baggett, John Beamer, Katie Cox, Cara Davis, Charles Frazier, Martin Golson, Jacqueline Heath, Jonathon Miller, Melody Moore, Emily Pickard, Feras Sadik, Shelby Stack, William Ward and Marion Wood, and faculty members John Moseley, assistant professor of mass communication, and Dr. Frank Parcells, professor of mass communication, were inducted at 6 p.m., Monday, April 19, in APSUs Gentry Auditiorium.
Austin Peay students and faculty have been inducted into the local circle of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK).

Students Nicole Aquino, Josh Baggett, John Beamer, Katie Cox, Cara Davis, Charles Frazier, Martin Golson, Jacqueline Heath, Jonathon Miller, Melody Moore, Emily Pickard, Feras Sadik, Shelby Stack, William Ward and Marion Wood, and faculty members John Moseley, assistant professor of mass communication, and Dr. Frank Parcells, professor of mass communication, were inducted at 6 p.m., Monday, April 19, in APSU's Gentry Auditiorium.

Junior and senior students are selected for academic achievement and extensive involvement in campus and community activities.

Faculty, staff, administrator and alumni member selections are based on exemplary character, superior scholarship and intelligence, responsible leadership, good citizenship and dedication to democratic ideals.

ODK is a national leadership honor society, with circles on 269 college and university campuses. The APSU circle of ODK was established as a local organization in 1977, becoming part of the national organization in 1979.
—Terry Stringer