Worcester State University
Chemistry Department

The WSU chapter for the Gamma Sigma Epsilon Honor Society

Dr. Anne Falke, Faculty Executive Recorder

Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national chemistry honor society founded in 1919 at Davidson College.  The purpose of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, as summed up by one of the its founding fathers, Malcolm Ray Doubles, was to "unite those men with a high scholastic grade in Chemistry, in Class A colleges, in order to foster a more comprehensive and cooperative study of that great branch of Science and its immediately allied studies".

Any student pursing Chemistry in an institution of higher learning is eligible for member­ship, provided the student’s progress in chemistry meets a high standard set by the local chapter and approved by the National Executive Council. Generally, membership require­ments include successful completion of two years of chemistry courses and lab.
Honor society inductees 2010-2011
Congratulations to all inductees!

Veronica Lynn Adams

Noera Alam

Joseph K. Amissah

Eugene Bah

Joseph A. Boateng

Lindsay A. Bourgeois

John-Michael L. Burlingame

Shannon Lee Doyle

Tiffany Michelle Hatstat

Shelley Nicole Kaliszewski

Jessica Karlowicz

Stacey E. Kelm

Corey Thomas Lancelotta

Nancy Lartey

Alyssa Lynn Mulhern

Hieuhanh Kimberly Nguyen

Jennifer M. O’Brien

Colin P. Renaud

Jessica M. Stiles

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