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Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Recognizes Outstanding Members

RELEASED: May 19, 2005

Phi Eta Sigma logoEAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire chapter of the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society presented awards to a number of its members during the recent Honors Week celebration at UW-Eau Claire.

Steven Kerbaugh, Onalaska, received the Phi Eta Sigma Book Award, presented to the chapter member with the highest cumulative grade point average of the graduating seniors.

Jenna Eichberger, Black River Falls, Thomas Hahn, Platteville, Cassandra Lawler, Mazomanie, and Michelle Schroeder, Theresa, were each presented with a Phi Eta Sigma Undergraduate Scholarship, presented to members who represent the society's ideals of scholarship, service and integrity. Hahn and Lawler have had their applications forwarded to the National Phi Eta Sigma undergraduate Fellowship competition.

Phi Eta Sigma, founded at the University of Illinois in 1923, is the oldest and largest freshman honor society. Its goal is to encourage and reward academic excellence. There are currently more than 300 chapters throughout the United States with more than 700,000 members.

For more information, visit Phi Eta Sigma's national Web site.

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