Three Students and Two Teams Inducted into the NSU Hall of Fame


Thursday, May 8th 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


(TAHLEQUAH, OK) - Northeastern State University recently welcomed three
students and two teams its prestigious Hall of Fame. Those selected
received the honor by a number of criteria. The inductees must be
graduating seniors, in good standing with the university, and have been
recognized for their achievement that has brought state, regional or
national recognition to both the student and the university.

Kristin Green of Muskogee, is the daughter of Mark and Jan Green. Green
will be graduating in May with a double major in psychology and public
relations. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, the
President’s Leadership Class, Order of Omega Honor Society, Rho Theta
Sigma Honor Society and Alpha Chi Honor Society. Green was also named
one of NSU’s Outstanding Seniors for 2002-2003, and has been a Redmen
Ambassador, Peer Adviser for Campus Connections and was a peer leader
for one of the freshmen orientation classes. Green has also volunteered
much of her time for service organizations such as Service Learning,
which is a peer-mentoring program in Tahlequah Elementary Schools,
Special Olympics with Alpha Sigma Alpha and Department of Human Services
Christmas Parties each year. Future plans for Green include graduate
school in the fall and aspirations of becoming a school psychologist.

Bridgett Jamison of Tulsa, is the daughter of Pastor Jackie and Debra
Jamison. She received a degree in social work in December of 2002. While
Jamison was at NSU, she was involved with many organizations such as
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Kindred Spirits Gospel Choir, the Black
Heritage Committee, Student Senate and the Homecoming Committee. Jamison
has also been named one of NSU’s Outstanding Seniors for 2002-2003,
Dean’s List, Academic Achievement Award, Rho Theta Sigma and Phi Alpha
Honor Societies, and received the honor of National Dean’s List. Jamison
co-founded an organization called Crossroads, which is an
African-American recruitment for college. Jamison was also a member of
National Association of Student Social Workers.

Desiree Watts of Tahlequah, is the daughter of Larry and Laura Watts and
Stanley and Phyllis Smith. She will be graduating with a degree in
health and human performance. Watts is a member of the President’s
Leadership Class, and Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority. Watts volunteered for
several years at Rookie Bridge Camp and has been involved with
Northeastern Student Government Association, in which she served as Vice
President last year. Watts plans to attend nursing school upon her
graduation.

The Lady Reds basketball team was also inducted into the Hall of Fame
for their championship of the Lone Star Conference.

The Redmen men’s basketball team was honored for their hard work and
dedication naming them NCAA Division II National Champions.