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UAM Inducts Five Students Into National History Honor Society

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Attached photo: (left to right) Dr. Sharon Silzell, Matthew Outlaw, Diego Cendejas, Katherine Vermilyea, Brittney Bostian and Dr. John Kyle Day. Dakota Boysen is not pictured.

MONTICELLO, Ark.—The University of Arkansas at Monticello’s Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society inducted five new members on May 2. New members include Brittney Bostian, history major; Dakota Boysen, history major; Diego Cendejas, exercise science major; Matthew Outlaw, history major and political science major; and Katherine Vermilyea, history major.

Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society was founded at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1921 and today has nearly 900 chapters at schools of higher education across the country. The Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter has won the Best Chapter Award multiple times, as well as the prestigious Nels Cleven Fonders Award, the highest distinction bestowed by Phi Alpha Theta. 

Dr. John Kyle Day, professor of history, and Dr. Sharon Silzell, assistant professor of history, serve as co-advisors for the Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter.

For further information, please contact Dr. Day at 870-460-1887 or Dr. Silzell at 870-460-1847.

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