Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society Inducts New Members
The Point University chapter of the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society (TriBeta) inducted 11 new members on Sunday, April 16. These students have all shown a passionate interest in the biological sciences and are pursuing careers in the field.
“Members of TriBeta are honor students who have special aptitude for, and major interest in, the life sciences,” said Dr. Dedra Woolfolk, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “The Psi Alpha Psi chapter at Point University seeks to recognize students for their achievements in the science classroom and to encourage them in their pursuits of careers in the biological sciences. We are excited to induct 11 new students into the chapter, joining the more than 40 members who have been inducted since its chartering in 2018.”
Students inducted into the Psi Alpha Psi chapter of TriBeta this spring include:
Mataea Boyd ’26, Waycross, Georgia
Levi Burdette ’23, Newnan, Georgia
Sydney Cobb ’23, Pooler, Georgia
Destinee Ellison ’25, Sandersville, Georgia
Macey Guy ’23, Temple, Georgia
Wellsley Henderson ’26, Smiths Station, Alabama
Kiri Maddox ’23, Dallas, Georgia
Olivia Morgan ’25, Pine Mountain, Georgia
Sheyvonne Owens ’23, Winter Park, Florida
Karina Quiroz ’24, Mableton, Georgia
Danielle Rustin ’23, Cataula, Georgia
To view photos from the induction ceremony, please visit point.edu/photos.