School of Pharmacy initiates new honor society members April 4, 2022 Contact: Michele McKnight, Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy, 304-691-1713 Twelve Marshall University School of Pharmacy students joined the national pharmacy academic honor society, the Rho Chi Society, during an induction ceremony at the Memorial Student Center Friday, April 1. During the livestreamed event, the following students, who represent the top 20% of the Class of 2024, received their pins and certificates: Tiffany Childers, Chelsea Fields, Dellani Fix, Dylan Gump, Jeffery Hollifield, Chloe Hymer, Ashton Rexroad, Austin Richardson, Lyndsey Riffe, Colton Spencer, Angelina Tetteh and Andrew Wolford. “Rho Chi is a prestigious fraternity that brings together pharmacy students who have gone above and beyond,” said Sarah Nickel, Class of 2023 Pharm.D. candidate and president of the Rho Chi chapter. “They have put in extra study sessions and helped behind the scenes, so they are prepared to make a significant impact in the pharmacy profession.” Marshall’s Epsilon Xi chapter, established in 2018, strives to meet the society’s goals of encouraging and recognizing intellectual achievements, stimulating critical inquiry to advance pharmacy, contributing to the development of intellectual leaders and promoting highest ethical standards. Members may be elected as professional or graduate students in pharmacy, members of faculties of schools and colleges of pharmacy, alumni who distinguish themselves in the profession, or honorary members by special action of the society’s executive council. ———— Photo: Twelve Marshall University School of Pharmacy students joined the national pharmacy academic honor society, the Rho Chi Society, during an induction ceremony at the Memorial Student Center Friday, April 1.