Sigma Pi Sigma

Sep 30, 2004

Kettering students earn induction into national honor society for Physics.

Sigma Pi Sigma, the national honor society for Physics, inducted four Kettering University students into the organization at a ceremony Monday, Sept. 20. The students are Randy Marks, Justin Junell, Jeremy Bemis and Joshua Phillips.

Sigma Pi Sigma exists to honor outstanding scholarship in physics, encourage interest in Physics among students at all levels, promote an attitude of service of its members toward their fellow students, colleagues, and the public, and to provide a fellowship of people who have excelled in Physics. The society was founded in 1921 and has inducted over 75,000 members. The Kettering University chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma was installed on March 24, 2003. To qualify for application to Kettering University Chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, students must have completed four Physics courses, have a cumulative WAG of 85 or higher, be in the top third of their class and be a member of the Society of Physics Students. The honor society is open to students from any major who meet the criteria.

Written by Gary J. Erwin
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