UAB AE Induction

The Alpha Eta Society, a national honor society for allied health professionals, has 32 new members from the UAB School of Health Professions.

The School is represented by graduate students in their final year of training from the Clinical and Laboratory Sciences program and the Physician Assistant Studies program.

Membership in Alpha Eta is based on maintaining an overall GPA of 3.8 or greater (on a 4.0 scale) for graduate students, community and professional service and demonstration of leadership abilities.

Jamie Gober Nunley, Alexandra Duvall Hurst, Abigail Kathleen Boone, Miranda Faye Ward Hornsby, Laura Bailey Franklin, Rachael Ann Lamere, Jonathan Rudolph Harbin, Leah Elizabeth Colburn, Henry Tyler Hough, Samantha Tara Call, Samantha Don Nuce, Catherine Shreve Taylor, Shairoz Sultan, Sarah Elizabeth Stephens, Taylor Marie Sloan, Laura Katherine Wagner, Katherine Dana Thornton, Maria Christine Francis, Taylor Christina Stefaniak, Alyssa Gayle Keller, Kristin Alexis Bourg, Kerrie Leigh Shaw, Courtney Danielle Smith, Fawaz Obaidullah Alenazy, Fang Chen, Avril Vonette McGhee, Kelcie Brielle Downer, Mercedes Chantal Rutledge, Jordan Elizabeth Barner, Shelley Jo Sears, Mackenzie Anne Donigan and Sarah Beth Burden.

The Alpha Eta Society was established in 1973 to recognize scholarship in allied health professions students. Today there are more than 80 chapters and 25,000 members around the world.