Public Health & Health Sciences Blog

On Friday, March 22, ten graduate students and four undergraduate students were inducted into the UM-Flint Delta Phi chapter of the Eta Sigma Gamma national health education honorary. Here a few photos from the event:

The inductees were:

Amanda Allison, M.S. in Health Education student
Porsha Black, M.S. in Health Education student
Ashley Cooper, M.S. in Health Education student
Amber Currie, M.P.H. student
Raya Fares, M.S. in Health Education student
Jamie Florida, M.S. in Health Education student
Nancy Gonyea, B.S. in Health Education student
Rachel Histed, M.S. in Health Education student
Debby Jones, B.A.S. student with Health Education concentration
Georgiana Logan, M.S. in Health Education student
Bernadette McCracklin, M.S. in Health Education student
DaJaneil McCree, B.S. in Health Education student
Janelle Smeenge, M.S. in Health Education student
Shelby Miller, B.S. in Health Education student

Eta Sigma Gamma student officers were there to conduct the initiation rites:

Jessica Sloan, M.S. in Health Education student – President
Jeniffer Okungbowa-Ikponmwosa, B.S. in Health Sciences student – Vice President
Aries Okungbowa-Ikponmwosa, M.P.H. student and B.S. in Health Sciences, ’12 – Treasurer

Tamara Brickey, M.S. in Health Education, ’11, delivered a presentation to the initiates about the value of professional society membership and her experiences working in the health education field.

The mission of the honorary is promotion of the discipline by elevating the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of professionally prepared men and women in

The Delta Phi Chapter is open to all students with a GPA of 3.0 or above with an interest in health education.

A full gallery of photos from the event is available online at popmodphoto.com, accessible via password. Please e-mail Zoë Lazar-Hale, zlazarha@umflint.edu for access to the gallery.