Frank Porter Graham Graduate and Professional Student Honor Society inducts new members

The Frank Porter Graham Graduate and Professional Student Honor Society held its Induction Ceremony and Reception on April 9. One of the inductees, J. Elliott Robinson is an MD/PhD candidate working in the Laboratory of Developmental Neuropharmacology within the Department of Neurology.

Other Inductees for 2012 are Michael Bertucci, chemistry; George Chao, genetics and molecular biology; Turquoise Griffith, health behavior and health education; James Grinias, chemistry; Jennifer Job, education; Derrick Matthews, health behavior and health education; Lisa de Saxe Zerden (faculty), School of Social Work; and Laurie Selz-Campbell (faculty), School of Social Work.

The Frank Porter Graham Graduate and Professional Student Honor Society is dedicated solely to graduate and professional students. Founded in 1990, the Frank Porter Graham society recognizes outstanding service provided to the University and community by graduate and professional students. Inductees are involved in activities above and beyond that which is required for their degree and must display high moral character.

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