Burge selected for Cardinal Key
Timothy Burge of Grant, a junior at Doane College, was one of 16 Doane College students selected for membership into Cardinal Key–a national honor society–at the college’s annual fall Honors Convocation Oct. 8 in Perry Campus Center.
Cardinal Key is a service organization to the college and community. Eligibility is based on cumulative grade point average, participation in activities and special honors.
Burge is the son of Rex and Anita Burge.
Wall inducted as Phi Epsilon Kappa
Josh Wall will be inducted into Phi Epsilon Kappa fraternity at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Nov. 7 in the Roy Story Student Center.
Inductees of the fraternity must have an overall GPA of at least 3.25, major in the health and human performance department, be at least a junior standing, provide service to the department and Wesleyan community, participate in extracurricular activities and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national professional academic fraternal honorary established in 1913 for individuals engaged in or pursuing careers in the health and human performance department.
A professional honorary is unique in that it provides all of the advantages of fraternal affiliation, yet offers additional benefits which accrue to a membership comprised exclusively of people who have chosen the same profession for their life work.
The professional fraternity provides lifelong association with persons who engage in the same field of endeavor. Phi Epsilon Kappa brings to its members an appreciation of their duties toward life, toward their profession and toward their constituents.
Wall is the son of Jeff and Karen Wall of Grant.