Phi Epsilon Kappa inducts new members at Concordia University, Nebraska
2012 Nov 16Concordia University, Nebraska inducted nine students into Phi Epsilon Kappa, a health and human performance honor society, during a ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 4. Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national professional academic honorary for students engaged in or pursuing careers in health and human performance. Students must maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.25, major in the health and human performance department, have at least junior standing, provide service to the department and Concordia community, participate in extracurricular activities and lead a healthy lifestyle. "We are excited to add nine new members to the honorary," said Megan Shrum, graduate teaching assistant for Concordia's health and human performance department. "Each is a great addition and will continue to be a great service to the HHP department and Concordia community. We thank them for their hard work and dedication to their academics."