The University of the Ozarks' Nu Eta chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the National Biological Honor Society, honored its seniors and inducted new members during a ceremony held on campus on April 3.
Among the seniors who were recognized were (pictured, from left to right) Sarah Hartlerode, Nitza Vara, Katrina Bradley (back), Alejandro Andino, Emily Toombs, William Davenport, Katie Kloepfer, and Caleb Rohde. Not pictured were seniors Tess Montgomery and Tyler Hydrick.
Among the inductees were full members Katrina Bradley, Caleb Rohde, Zachary Lamar, Sarah Canada and Bristol Chilton. Those earning associate membership were Adrienne Maney, Brandi Morgan, Riley Skaggs and Bethany Watts.
Beta Beta Beta was founded in 1922 as a society for students who are dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. To date, more than 553 chapters have been established throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. The Ozarks chapter of Tri-Beta, the Nu Eta chapter, was chartered in 2005, with 17 members.