2016 Beta Gamma Chapter of Omega Chi Epsilon (ΩΧΕ) Inductees

On April 29, 2016 the Beta Gamma chapter of Omega Chi Epsilon (ΩΧΕ) inducted 14 members. OXE is a chemical engineering honors society that promotes high scholarship, encourages original investigation in chemical engineering and recognizes the valuable traits of character, integrity and leadership. It serves both junior and senior undergraduates as well as graduate students. These students proved their abilities through their academic achievements as well as their devotion to the community. OXE was able to donate 61 pounds of canned food to Greensboro Urban Ministries with the help of the initiates. 

The Spring 2016 inductees are as follows: Ashlee Jeter, Felicia Rutland, Robert Stevens-Boyd, Jasmine Taylor, Nicole Crawley, Nia Shipman, Morgan Meeks, Coulson Goodwin, Gabriel Pauling, Basha Webster, Craig Moore, Rina Mudanyi, Cameron Armbrester, and Tobenna Nnebe-Agumadu. The initiation was conducted by the outgoing president, Cameron Solomon, the OXE advisor, Dr. Ilias, and the department chair, Dr. Knisley. Please join us in congratulating the new initiates.

2016 the Beta Gamma chapter of Omega Chi Epsilon (ΩΧΕ) Inductees

In Picture:

Left to Right (1st Row):  Tayyiba Choudry; Basha Webster; Nicole K. Crawley; Ashlee L. Jeter; Rina K. Mudanyi; Robert G. Stevens-Boyd;  Nia E. Shipman

Left to Right (2nd Row): Jasmine M. Taylor; Morgan A. Meeks; Felicia O. Rutland; Craig S. Moore; Cameron Solomon

Left to Right (3rd Row): Cameron J. Armbrester; Coulson Goodwin; Tobenna Nnebe-Agumadu; Gabriel Pauling