Published: April 13, 2022

The following students have been inducted into the National Collegiate Chinese Honor Society. The National Chinese Honor Society College Chapter, sponsored by the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (CLTA), is founded to recognize the outstanding academic achievement of college students in learning Chinese as a second language, to encourage them to continue to study Chinese after they graduate from college, and to promote the study of Chinese language, literature, and culture in the United States. Students must have enrolled in the sixth semester of the Chinese course, maintain a GPA  in Chinese language and must have an overall GPA of 3.0 at time of nomination. Accepted students received an electronic certificate, and the name of each accepted student are now listed on the webpage for the National Chinese Honor Society College Chapter at the CLTA website.

  • Kat Chavez
  • Anna Iwanciw
  • Emma Teehan

The following seven students have been inducted into the Japanese National Honor Society – College Chapter (JNHS-CC).  The Japanese National Honor Society recognizes and encourages achievement and excellence in the study of the Japanese language.  The society is administered by the American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ), and membership is recognized as a national achievement. These students are ones of over 1,000 college and university students who have been inducted into JNHS-CC since its establishment in 2007. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 in 5 semester- or 7 quarter-courses in Japanese language and must have an overall GPA of 3.0 at time of nomination. Students who are nominated for membership receive Certificates of Excellence and red-and-white cords to wear at graduation, and are recognized on the AATJ website.

  • Cole Canter
  • Min Ling Chuah
  • Xinshao Lai
  • Korye Lockett
  •  Maisa Nammari
  • Nelson Walker
  • Hannah Zimmerman

Congratulations to all your excellent work!