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Lindenwood students inducted into counseling honor society

Lindenwood University-Belleville inducted 13 students into the Lambda Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota. Pictured from left are inductees Tracie Sandrichheim, Shanise Lathan, Karcie Wyatt-Clark, Eliaka Thompson, Amelia Bagato, Shelby Callahan, Andrea Lucas, and Chi Sigma Iota advisor Dr. Chavaux-Turnbull. Not pictured are Tracy Gardner, Emma Donovan, Cyara Coleman, Kimberly Granger, Devon Lesch, and Ronald Laney.
Lindenwood University-Belleville inducted 13 students into the Lambda Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota. Pictured from left are inductees Tracie Sandrichheim, Shanise Lathan, Karcie Wyatt-Clark, Eliaka Thompson, Amelia Bagato, Shelby Callahan, Andrea Lucas, and Chi Sigma Iota advisor Dr. Chavaux-Turnbull. Not pictured are Tracy Gardner, Emma Donovan, Cyara Coleman, Kimberly Granger, Devon Lesch, and Ronald Laney.

Thirteen counseling students at Lindenwood University-Belleville were recently inducted into the Lambda Chi Chapter of the Chi Sigma Iota, an international honor society for students, professional counselors and counselor educators.

The student inductees are: Tracie Sandrichheim, Shanise Lathan, Karcie Wyatt-Clark, Eliaka Thompson, Amelia Bagato, Shelby Callahan, Andrea Lucas, Tracy Gardner, Emma Donovan, Cyara Coleman, Kimberly Granger, Devon Lesch, and Ronald Laney.

To be inducted into Lindenwood’s chapter, students must finish at least 18 hours of courses in the counseling program and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

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