Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society Welcomes New Members

Chi Alpha Epsilon honor society recently inducted 26 SUNY Canton students for their academic performance, announced President Joseph L. Kennedy.

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SUNY Canton’s Chi Alpha Epsilon chapter recognizes the academic achievements of students in the College’s Educational Opportunity Program and those being served by the College’s Student Support Services. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students.

Tifani Bartwitz

HONOR STUDENTS - Tifani Bartwitz, a SUNY Canton Computer Information Systems student from Fort Edward stands with her peers at the Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society induction Ceremony.

The honor society’s motto is “The tassel is worth the hassle.”

  • Amma Amponsah, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from the Bronx. Amponsah is a 2005 graduate of Dodge Vocational High School.
  • Anna Atchie, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Canton. Atchie is a 1996 graduate of Harrisville Central School.
  • Brenda Bacon, an Information Technology major from Dekalb Junction. Bacon is a 1992 graduate of Hugh C. Williams Sr. High School.
  • Tifani Bartwitz, a Computer Information Systems major from Fort Edward. Bartwitz is a 2005 graduate of South Glens Falls Central High School.
  • Crystal Collins, a Criminal Justice major from Brooklyn. Collins is a 2005 graduate of Boys and Girls High School.
  • Chastity Davis, a Nursing major from Richville. Davis is a 1997 graduate of Gouverneur High School.
  • Charlene Edmonds, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from New York City. Edmonds is a 2005 graduate of Frederick Douglass Academy.
  • Kimberly Ellison, a Health Science Career Studies major from Ogdensburg. Ellison is a 1993 graduate of Forest City Regional High School.
  • Lisa Farr, an Office Technology major from Hailesboro. Farr is a 1984 graduate of Beaver River Central School.
  • Zachary Fitzgerald, an Electrical Engineering major from St. Regis Falls. Fitzgerald is a 2005 graduate of Saint Regis Falls Central School.
  • Chantal Guild, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Ogdensburg. Guild is a 2004 graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy High School.
  • Juan Hernandez, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Canton. Hernandez is a 1985 graduate of Carey High School.
  • Javon Joslyn, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Bronx. Joslyn is a 2004 graduate of Foreign Lang Academy of Global Street.
  • Jason Lajoie, an Electrical Construction & Maintenance major from Heuvelton. Lajoie is a 2004 graduate of Lisbon Central School.
  • Dale Martin II, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Canton. Martin is a 1999 graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy High School.
  • William Mensah, a Technology Management major from Bronx. Mensah is a 2005 graduate of Evander Childs High School.
  • Brenda Merrifield, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton.
  • Donna Peterson, a Criminal Justice major from Canton.
  • Jennifer Pirie, a Liberal Studies major from Russell. Pirie is a 2005 graduate of Hugh C Williams Sr. High School.
  • Kristina Schober, an Early Childhood major from Dekalb Junction. Schober is a 2004 graduate of Hermon-DeKalb Central School.
  • Emma Siaw, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Bronx. Siaw is a 2004 graduate of Park East High School.
  • Jeanne Tatro, a Health Science Career Studies major from Gouverneur. Tatro is a 1980 graduate of Taconic High School.
  • Charitie Thornhill, a Criminal Justice major from Ogdensburg. Thornhill is a 2001 graduate of Taconic High School.
  • Henry Wason, an Engineering Science major from Ogdensburg.
  • Stephanie Williamson, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Vernon Center. Williamson is a 2003 graduate of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Senior High Schools.

Honorary Inductees were:

  • Vice President of Student Affairs Daniel Sweeney.
  • Assistant Professor of Academic Development John Ohst.

 

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