The Chi Chapter is pleased to announce the recipients Teaching Excellence Awards for the 2012-2013 academic year:
Raúl Diego Rivera Hernández
These outstanding professors were chosen by Sigma Delta Pi members based on their dedication to students and engaging teaching methods.
The Chi Chapter is proud to announce the 18 recipients of the 2nd Annual High School Spanish Achievement Award. The following students will be honored for their outstanding achievement in their Spanish studies on Friday April 19th on USC’s campus.
- Hannah Brink, Hilton Head High School
- Paolo Milan, Ridge View High School
- Eric Singleton, Mauldin High School
- Daniel Ott, Dutch Fork High School
- Susana Perez, West Florence High School
- Jasmine Di Mai, Berea High School
- Alexandra Cordes, White Knoll High School
- Natalie Ann Ivey, TL Hanna High School
- Jaclyn Bruton, Gaffney High School
- David Melton, J.L. Mann High School
- Lastacia (Stacy) Capers, Fort Dorchester High School
- Jade Davis, Ashley Ridge High School
- Madyson Bryant, Hanahan High School
- Emily Sandlin, AC Flora High School
- Rachel Dionne, Mayo High School
- Joseph Bailey Jr., Andrews High School
- Kate Christensen, SC Carolina Connections Academy
- Qi Jin, Richland Northeast High School
To qualify for this prestigious award, recipients had to be enrolled in at least Spanish III and have maintained an “A” average in all Spanish courses. Recipients also were required to write a short composition about how they will use Spanish in their future which were reviewed by the Chi Chapter’s Award Committee.
The Chi Chapter welcomed 17 outstanding Spanish students into its folds during its Spring semester initiation ceremony held last Friday April 5th in the Bates West Social Room. This initiation marks the 51st consecutive year in which the Chapter has initiated new members and is the largest class in chapter history surpassing the previous record 15 set in Spring 2012.
Join the Chi Chapter for our annual Spanish Career Night on Tuesday February 26th in the Capstone Campus Room at 6 PM. We’ll be featuring information on the Spanish program at USC and have a great panel discussion on how studying Spanish is useful in a wide variety of careers. Free food from Carolina Catering!