LSU Shreveport Inducts 21 Students into Honor Society
May 02, 2011The Pilot's Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, The National Leadership Honor Society, initiated 21 new members on April 29, 2011.
Membership is awarded to undergraduate junior and senior students and to graduate students who rank in the upper 35 percent in scholarship of their school or college and must show leadership in at least one of five phases of campus life: scholarship; athletics; campus or community service, social and religious activities and campus government; journalism, speech, and the mass media; or creative and performing arts. An individual achieving distinction in his or her profession or rendering outstanding service through leadership may be elected to honorary membership.
The initiation ceremony was conducted by Mr. Long Truong, president; Dr. Stephen W. Banks, biology professor and secretary; Dr. Beverly J. Burden, associate professor of biology and treasurer; Mr. Wayne Hogue, instructor of management and marketing and faculty advisor; and Mr. Brandon Bird, Pilot's Circle Member.
This year the guest speaker was Mr. Wayne Hogue, M.B.A., Instructor of Management and Marketing and Director and Architect of the LSUS LEAD Program. Hogue delivered a speech describing the essential requirements for leadership in today's society.
The students are listed by their hometowns.
Amite, La. - Dennis Doucet
Benton, La. - Morgan Matthews and Patrick Harrington
Blanchard, La. - Amber Easley
Bossier City, La. - Brenton Bird, Chenell Slepicka, Regan Impson and Hayden Wallace
Ferriday, La. - Katie Moak
Haughton, La. - George Fauber
Mooringsport, La. - Ashley Mayes
Shreveport, La. - Bonnie Buckley, Mary Spring, Jennifer Cook, Jacob Lesniewski and Krystal French
Stonewall, La. - Amber Webb
Lake Charles, La. - Kimberley Phelps
Vivian, La. - Dylan Harrell
West Monroe, La. - Charles Razon and Faye Razon
Media Contact: Dr. Stephen Banks, 318.797.5220 (email@example.com)