Inaugural class inducted in the Order of the Sword and Shield
April 13, 2017 | 3:02 PM
Twelve MacMurray College students were inducted into the Order of the Sword and Shield Honor Society.
To join this Society, MacMurray students majoring in criminal justice or homeland security must maintain a 3.25 grade point average, be in the top 20 percent of their class standing and have completed one half of the total credits for the program.
The following students were inducted into the Order of the Sword and Shield: Matthew Burkhart, of Chatham, Ill.; Jayne Burton, of Springfield, Ill.; Dryden Craven, of Griggsville, Ill.; Drake Curry, of Rochester, Ill.; Shelly Huckabay, of Jacksonville, Ill.; Clint Meadows, of Greenville, Ill.; Brady Milnes, of Manchester, Ill.; Samantha Milnes, of Manchester; Amanda Petersen, of Highland, Ill.; Cydny Saxer, of Jacksonville; Nathan Stewart, of Standard City, Ill.; and Jasmine White, of Jacksonville, Ill.
The Order of the Sword and Shield is the first and only academic and professional honor society dedicated exclusively to homeland security, intelligence, emergency management and all protective security disciplines. The mission of the Society shall be to promote critical thinking, high scholarship and professional development; to further enhance the ethical standards of the protective security professions; and to cultivate a high order of personal living.
Pictured from left to right: Clint Meadows, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice John Bolinger, Drake Curry, Samantha Milnes, Chair of the Division of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Bruce Liebe, Jayne Burton, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Robert Elliot, Cydny Saxer, Brady Milnes, Shelly Huckabay, Jasmine White