Alpha Phi Sigma Inducts New Members

Dr. Julie Campbell
criminal justice program director, 308.865.8510

Alpha Phi Sigma (Iota Xi chapter) national criminal justice honor society at the University of Nebraska at Kearney has inducted 13 students into membership.

According to Dr. Julie Campbell, Alpha Phi Sigma adviser, the mission of the honor society is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship and life-long learning; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions; and to sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

To be eligible for induction into Alpha Phi Sigma, undergraduate students must have a criminal justice major or minor, have completed three full-time semesters or the equivalent, have a minimum grade point average of a 3.2 on a 4.0 scale, and rank in the top 35 percent of their class. Further, the students must have taken a minimum of four criminal justice courses.

The criminal justice students who were inducted into the Alpha Phi Sigma honor society are listed alphabetically, first by hometowns in Nebraska, and then by other states:

Bellevue –
 Scott Seeba 
Burwell –
 Trent Petersen 
Callaway –
 Casey Nelsen 
Chadron –
 Melissa Burrows 
Greeley – 
Chris Ford 
Kearney –
 Steven Gibbs 
Leigh –
 April Marty 
Loup City –
 Cody Peters   
Plainview – 
Jared Jensen 
Ravenna –
 Sarah Anderson 
Sutherland –
 Katiana Meyer


Goodland – Kerri Bellamy


Levelland –
 Jeffrey Sacco