Omicron Delta Kappa Initiates
Ashley H. Barnes ’13 (Annapolis Md.), a neuroscience major, is a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Beta Beta Beta honor societies. A member of the field hockey and lacrosse teams, she is an NCAA Academic All-American, an ODAC scholar athlete and recipient of the ODAC Sportsmanship Award in 2011. She is a Bonner Leader and the support intern and eligibility coordinator assistant for the Rockbridge Area Free Clinic. She has served as a Special Olympics coach, a Literacy Campaign classroom teacher and chair of games and activities for Campus Relay for Life. Through her Shepherd Alliance internship she helped children with special needs. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Cameron Carlock ’13 (Dallas, Texas), a politics major, is a Dallas Alumni Chapter Honor Scholarship recipient. She is a peer counselor, an Admissions Office assistant, and a member of the Student Recruitment Committee. She served as co-chair of the Mock Convention Fundraising Committee and has held offices in Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She is a member of Reformed University Fellowship.
Ainsley O. Daigle ’13 (Lafayette, La.), a mathematics and economics major, is a member of the mathematics honor society Phi Mu Epsilon. As a member of the women’s soccer team she earned Scholar Athlete and ODAC All-Academic Team honors and was elected captain for the 2012 season. She is a peer tutor in mathematics and economics, and she volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. She is president of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Tamar J. Oostrom ’13 (Richland, Wash.), a biochemistry and mathematics major, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Eta Sigma. She is an R. E. Lee Scholar and a recipient of the Robert C. Byrd Scholarship and the Mary Louise Reid White Scholarship in chemistry. She also received a Johnson Opportunity Grant for medical work in the Himalayan Region. She is an ODAC scholar athlete and a member of the riding team. She serves as a peer tutor in chemistry, mathematics and biology and volunteers with Project Horizon and with Engineers without Borders.
Lauren E. Schultz ’13 (Alexandria, Va.), a geology major, is a Johnson Scholar, an R. E. Lee Summer Scholar and a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Eta Sigma. She has won the Geology Department Award and the Marcellus H. Stow Award in Geology. She serves as captain of the track and cross-country teams and was named ODAC Cross-Country Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2011 and W&L Outstanding First-Year Female Athlete in 2010. She is a peer tutor, a member of the German theater group Generalprobe and of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Richard Sykes ’14 (Wellesley, Mass.), a biology major, is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta and Beta Beta Beta honor societies. He received a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship and a Beta Beta Beta Research Scholarship. He is captain of the swimming team, a three-time All Bluegrass Mountain Conference honoree, four-time All-American honorable mention, Academic All-American, and a member of two school record holding relay teams. He was a Remote Area Medical participant in March, 2102. He is a peer tutor, a residential advisor, and a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.