Angelo State University’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) national honor society inducted its fall 2015 class of 82 students during a special initiation ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 10, in the Houston Harte University Center.

PKP is one of the nation’s most prestigious academic honor societies for students in all academic disciplines. Invitations to join PKP are extended to juniors in the top 7.5 percent of their class and to seniors and graduate students in the top 10 percent of their class. ASU received its charter for a local chapter in the spring of 2013.

ASU’s fall 2015 inductees by hometown and major are:

San Angelo: Victoria Aguila, counseling psychology; Summer Allen, guidance and counseling; Brianna Arranaga, nursing; Jeff Camron, homeland security; Megan Dory, biology; Sterling Eckert, kinesiology; Joshua Glaze, business administration; Regan Hoelscher, kinesiology; Rebecca Hooper, nursing; David Hoover, educational administration; Madison Huth, applied psychology; Mark Jarmon, security studies; Brianna Johnson, criminal justice; Hannah Jones, biology; Charlotte Koors, psychology; Mykel Martin, music; Julia McDaniel, theatre; Reagan McGee, psychology; Vanessa Meyer, English; Joshua Meyers, political science; Armando Meza, computer science; Jacob Nichols, kinesiology; Alejandra Perales, social work; Trent Schwartz, food animal science marketing; Nolan Sosa, management; Brooke Sport, counseling psychology; Alexa Strebeck-Sicina, psychology; Ashley Tanner, security studies; Sonia Trevino, psychology; Kimberly Vu, management information systems; Trella Waight, nursing; Ayda Yousef, biology; and Haley Zapata, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration.

Abilene: Elizabeth Rapstine, education

Austin: Tyler Downing, counseling psychology

Bastrop: Kara Edwards, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration

Benbrook: Susan Duncan, student development and leadership

Big Spring: Taylor Seaton, graphic design

Brady: Charles Langseth, interdisciplinary studies; and Carrie Ross, educational administration

Brownwood: Yessenia Tobias, student development and leadership

Buffalo Gap: Amber Sullivan, biochemistry

Carlsbad: Briana Glass, education

Charlotte, N.C.: William Baynard III, security studies

Chicago, Ill.: Jada Kosmides, student development and leadership

Cisco: Sean Williamson, geoscience

Colorado City: Mandy Rhoades, student development and leadership

Deer Park: Kathrine Hull, guidance and counseling

Eldorado: Kairos McCollum, education

El Paso: Leon Alfaro, security studies

Fort Worth: Danielle Bailey, curriculum and instruction; Margaret Damron, nursing; and Morgan Spearman, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration

Fritch: Chelsea Opdenhoff, nursing

Hamlin: Kelli Pritchard, nursing

Haskell: Maci Colley, biology

Hurst: Michael Benton, security studies

Idalou: Morgan Griffith, education

Kopperl: Teresa Hamilton, nursing

La Porte: Meghan Williams, guidance and counseling

Loanhead, United Kingdom: Katy Ralph, international business

Mansfield: Darian Glenn, kinesiology

McCamey: Linda Zarate, criminal justice

Midland: Betsy Faris, educational administration; Lisa Halpert, nursing; and Kisha Samsel, guidance and counseling

Montgomery: Kelli Reynolds, nursing

Portales, N.M.: Kimberly Tate, student development and leadership

Presidio: Aaron Lara, security studies

Rockwall: Bart Rosebure, security studies

Round Rock: Matthew Castilleja, curriculum and instruction; and Liliane Faxigue, nursing

Salado: Mattie Price, biology

San Antonio: Crystal Brooks, educational administration; Nicholas Longoria, educational administration; and Albert Padilla, nursing

San Marcos: Shayne Futujma, student development and leadership

Schertz: Emily Hecox, biology

Sterling City: Jason Reeves, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration

Valley Mills: Lauren Murphree, student development and leadership

Wall: Savanna Daniel, biology

Weatherford: Dakota Abernathy, applied psychology

Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society encompassing all academic disciplines. Phi Kappa Phi is considered one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies along with Phi Beta Kappa, which recognizes majors in the arts and sciences, and Sigma Xi, which honors majors in the sciences.