Six FHSU students inducted into national physics honor society

Six Fort Hays State University students were inducted in April by the Department of Physics into the physics national honor society, Sigma Pi Sigma.

The students are Tara White, Lewis junior; Jessica Orth, Hays junior; Jason Kennedy, Pratt junior; Logan Frank, Emporia senior; Clifton Clark III, Haviland senior; and Kraig Unruh, Springfield, CO, special student.

Sigma Pi Sigma, founded Dec. 11, 1921, is national in scope with chapters located across the country at colleges and universities of recognized standing that offer a strong physics major. It is the official honor society of the physics profession. Through election to Sigma Pi Sigma, distinctive achievement and high scholarship in physics is recognized and celebrated.

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