||NEw ODK inductees
Coastal Carolina University's Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), the national leadership honor society, has selected 23 new members as part of its Fall 2011 class.
The class include 22 students and Agatha A. O'Brien Gayes – this year's honorary faculty member inductee.
The students inducted to the Fall 2011 are:
* Alexander N. Beck, a history major from Glen Allen, Va.
* Amber Nichole Brendlen, a psychology major from Myrtle Beach.
* Africa Brown, a political science major from Myrtle Beach.
* Michelle Carreon, an accounting major from Greeleyville.
* Kaitlyn Jean Casamassa, an exercise sport science major from Myrtle Beach.
* Christina Dorothy Damore, a marketing major from Bellerose, N.Y.
* Courtney Erin Elliton, a marine science major from Huntington, Md.
* Renee Denise Ford, an early childhood education major from Mullins.
* Jennifer Natcole Hudson, an elementary education major from Andrews.
* Jessica A. Humenik, a biology major from Bridgeton, N.J.
* Lauren Nicole Irwin, a psychology major from Geneseo, N.Y.
* Darci Sierra Jones, an early childhood education major from Columbia.
* Dominique Marie Juliano, a management major from Moosic, Pa.
* Karaleigh Marie Leonard, a marine science major from Baltimore, Md.
* Erika Ashley Lightsey, a biology major from Monument, Colo.
* Candace Lynn Lydakis, a biology major from Inman.
* Rachael Jayne Peet, an accounting major from Yorktown, Va.
* Dylan Gardner Richardson, a recreation and sports management major from Goose Creek.
* Kathryn O. Shuford, an elementary education major from Columbia.
* Jennifer Michelle Wan, a middle level education major from Howell, N.J.
* Hannah Ray Widdifield, an English major from Surfside Beach.
* Ciara Rose Williams, a biology student from East Liverpool, Ohio.
ODK was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. Its mission is to identify, honor and develop leaders in collegiate and community life. Membership is awarded to undergraduate juniors and seniors and graduate students whose grade point average is in the upper 30 percent of their class. In addition, students must have demonstrated leadership skills on campus and in their community.