Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society Inducts Officers

The Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society chapter at Arkansas State University-Beebe recently installed new chapter officers for the 2019-2020 school year, and announced newly inducted members.

May 24, 2019

New inductees into ASU-Beebe Gamma Beta Phi were:

Erika Ashley of Conway, Cierra Breeding of Cabot, Sidney Brownderville of Augusta, Samantha Buehler of Ward, Alexis Burnham of Vilonia, Riley Campbell of Brockland, Haven Cariker of Searcy, Amy Chambers of Beebe, Lindsay Chambers of Ward, Tamara Chandler of Cabot, Lauren Chapman of Cabot, William Coleman Cabot, Karen Collier of Beebe, Tabitha Colquitt of Greenbrier, Morgan Cormier of Cabot, Elizabeth Crapps of Conway, Megan Cummings of McRae, Brooklyn Daniels of Carlisle, Sheena Douglas of Cabot, Melanie Elmore of Carlisle, Savannnah Garringer of Beebe, William Garrett Glynn of Beebe, Sarah Hayse of Vilonia, Laura Henderson of Searcy, Laura Hicks of Cabot, Kimberly S. Hofmann of Ward, Jacob Holloway of Griffithville, Jaden Jackson of Searcy, Kaylea Jobe of Mt. Vernon, Caleb Mackey of Cabot, Kara McBrayer of Cabot, Hunter Medlock of Cabot, Tyler Menzie of Beebe, Kaycie Merrell of Cabot, Micah Moody of Carlisle, Carson Moore of Beebe, John Morris of El Paso, Jansyn Parker of Conway, Kaelyn Parker of Cabot, April Picou of Beebe, Everett Pilcher of Conway, Leighkin Polovino of Cabot, Haley Qualls of Searcy, Allie Saunders of Searcy, Linda Seaton of Jacksonville, Erika Shadrick of McRae, John Smith of Vilonia, Matthew Sparks of Austin, Ericka Starks of Searcy, Frank N.Taylor II of Beebe, Wanda Thomen of Jacksonville, Ashton Walker of Cabot, Karyn D. Waters of Beebe, Kristen Webb of Beebe, Jacolby Williams of Beebe and Corey Woodruff of Cabot.

The newly installed officers were: President, Micah Moody; Vice-President, Megan Cummings; Secretary, April Picou; Points Czar, Kristen Webb; Treasurer, Caleb Mackey; Historian, Cierra Breeding; Member-At-Large, Jansyn Parker; and Parliamentarian, Sarah Hayse.

Outgoing ASU-Beebe Gamma Beta Phi President Sarah Turner said, “Gamma Beta Phi is an organization that gives one the opportunity to obtain leadership experience, show academic excellence and, most importantly, gets students involved in the community.” Faculty advisors for the ASU-Beebe Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society chapter are: Dr. Stephen Knapp, professor of English and Andy Treat, computer aided drafting and design instructor.

The Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society is a national honor society with 80 chapters at colleges and universities across America. The society places a major focus on community development and philanthropy. The three pillars of the society signify scholarship, service, and character. Students are invited to join the society every spring semester based on grade point average standards of a 3.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale, with at least 12 semester hours completed.

Gamma Beta Phi is not discipline specific so all majors are included. To maintain active membership, students must attain 60 points every semester.  Points are accrued for attending meetings, being involved in Gamma Beta Phi events, and volunteering in club community service projects or through their participation with projects/organizations in their own communities. 

For more information about degrees or certificates offered at ASU-Beebe, call (501) 882-3600 or view the website at

Founded in 1927, Arkansas State University-Beebe is an operationally separate, two-year institution of the Arkansas State University System. With campuses located at Beebe, Heber Springs, Searcy, Little Rock Air Force Base and online, the university offers associate degrees, certificates and non-credit training for business and industry.

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