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Gardner-Webb Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society Inducts New Members

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Gardner-Webb University’s sigma theta inducts new members on the tucker 3rd floor Terrace.

Students Recognized for Academic Achievement in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Computer Science

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.—Nineteen students were inducted into the Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society on April 7. New members received membership certificates, and graduating seniors were given a medallion to wear at graduation.

Sigma Zeta is open to students who are majoring in natural science, computer science, mathematics, or mathematics education. They must meet the following requirements:

  • Have completed 25 hours towards a degree.
  • Have completed 15 hours of science and/or math courses.
  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA in science and math courses.
  • Have a minimum 3.0 overall GPA.

The inductees included:

  • Elizabeth Antoshak, senior, biology
  • Helena Berczes, senior, biology
  • Madison Deslatte, sophomore, biology
  • Marissa DiMatteo, senior, biology
  • Brianna Hawkins, senior, biology
  • Blake Henkel, junior, biology
  • Anthony Herock, junior, biology
  • Makayla Jibben, junior, biology
  • Carlos Jimenez-O’Farrill, sophomore, biology
  • Grace Knutsen, senior, biology
  • Heather Lobas, senior, biology
  • Delaney McCullough, senior, biology
  • Sandra Moreno Cristobal, senior, mathematics
  • Adam Mystkowski, junior, computer science
  • Jared Reeder, senior, biology
  • Haley Searcy, senior, biology
  • Bryce Sellers, junior, biology
  • Whitney Upton, sophomore, chemistry
  • James Wyatt, junior, mathematics

Gardner-Webb University is North Carolina’s recognized leader in private, Christian higher education. A Carnegie-Classified Doctoral/Professional University, GWU is home to six professional schools, 14 academic departments, more than 80 undergraduate and graduate majors, and a world-class faculty. Located on a beautiful 225-acre campus in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb prepares graduates to impact their chosen professions, equips them with the skills to advance the frontiers of knowledge, and inspires them to make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of others. Ignite your future at

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