Students inducted into foreign language society

Six students at William Woods University were inducted into the foreign
language honor society, Alpha Mu Gamma.

Ilana Archuleta of Fulton, Mo.; Lauren Billington of St.
Charles, Mo.; Alexandra Fores of Larsen, Wis.; Danielle Propst of Holts Summit,
Mo.; Brooke Thibodaux of Wildwood, Mo., and Mark Webb of Mount Vernon,
Mo., were all announced as 2011-2012
members of Alpha Mu Gamma.
Alpha Mu Gamma is the first and largest national
collegiate foreign language honor society in the United States. Its objectives
are to recognize achievement in foreign
language study, nurture an interest in the study of
foreign languages, literatures and civilizations, stimulate a desire for
linguistic attainment, and to foster sympathetic understanding of other peoples
through the medium of languages.
To be eligible for membership, students must have a minimum
cumulative grade point average
of 3.0 and an A in two
upper-level foreign language classes.

Dr. Mary Mosley,
assistant professor of
Spanish, is the adviser at
William Woods.