Local students inducted into David Mackenzie Honor Society
In recognition of their outstanding scholarship, service, and loyalty to Wayne State University, 17 graduates from the Class of 2006 have been inducted into the David Mackenzie Honor Society.
The society – one of the most prestigious groups at WSU – is named for David Mackenzie, the first dean of what is now the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The society was founded in 1981 through a merger of Karyatides, the former women’s honor society founded in 1931, and the Mackenzie Honor Society, organized in 1926. Members are chosen for their exceptional contributions to the welfare and development of the university and the community.
WSU alumna and legendary journalist Helen Thomas, class of 1942, was inducted as an honorary member, along with WSU staffer Ruthie Flowers of Westland.
2006 Student Inductees
|Aishah Chowdhri||Bloomfield Hills||Marketing|
|Kathleen Dass||Bloomfield Hills||Biological sciences with
|Zeinab Bazzi||Dearborn Heights||Accounting|
|Steven Durant||Detroit||Business administration and
peace and conflict studies
|David Lutz||Detroit||Civil engineering|
|Anand Tomar||Farmington Hills||Computer science|
|Emily Baker||Huntington Woods||Chemistry and science education|
|Robert Morris||Lincoln Park||Computer science|
|Amanda Reese||Macomb||Interdisciplinary studies|
|Luis Jorge Jr.||Northville||Computer science|
|Kelly Keener||Oxford||Anthropology and biological
|Caren Bales||Shelby Township||Asian studies and international
|Sharon Bobryk||Sterling Heights||Clinical laboratory science|
|Brandon Kalasho||Sterling Heights||Accounting|