WWU Biology Department Welcomes New Honorary Society

Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) Biological Honor Society recently joined the ranks of several prestigious honor societies at William Woods University.


Tri-Beta is a society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending the boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.


Twelve students were initiated into the new Pi Phi chapter, including: Kathryn Best of Medicine Hat, Canada; Mallory Bradbury of Olathe, Kan.; Allen Chazelle of Fulton, Mo.; Kathryn Golden of Crystal Lake, Ill.; Mandy Henke of Jefferson City, Mo.; Beth Lindsey of Hawk Point, Mo.; Ashley Miller of Dixie, Mo.; Cheyenne Morris of Humansville, Mo.; Cody Morrow of Jefferson City, Mo; Sarah Popelka of Clayton, Mo.; Emily Teepe of Nevada, Mo., and Kate Woodard of Van Meter, Iowa.


To be eligible for the honor society, students must be biology majors who have completed at least three biology courses while maintaining a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Dr. Mary Spratt, professor of biology, is the faculty advisor.