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Eight Students Inducted into Engineering Honor Society Chi Epsilon

Contact: Jon Kenerson, jon.kenerson@umit.maine.edu
George Manlove, 581-3756

ORONO — Eight students have been inducted into the honor society Chi Epsilon in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maine.

Membership in Chi Epsilon is a mark of distinction placed on undergraduates who have upheld the honor of the department through high scholastic ability. Chi Epsilon holds that an honor society with the broad principles of scholarship, character, practicality and sociability is incentive to greater achievement in the civil engineering profession. 

The undergraduates inducted into the Maine Alpha chapter on Dec. 13 were: juniors Brock Arthur Bessey of Ashland, Julie Erin Faloon of Medway, Richard Wayne McLain, III, of Levant, Derek John Nener-Plante of Bedford, Mass., Jennifer Lynn Stevens of Knox, Michael Paul Swett of Old Town, William Donald Syron of Burlington, Vt., and senior Kevin Adam Merrill of Westbrook.


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