Rebecca Glover Andrews, a second-year dental student at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry, was recently inducted into the University’s Frank Porter Graham Graduate and Professional Student Honor Society.
Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser spoke at the April 13 induction ceremony, where Andrews and other inductees received certificates.
In informing Andrews of her selection, the organization mentioned her ongoing community efforts to improve oral health, her dedication to service and her advocacy for her fellow dental students.
Andrews is the secretary of ENNEAD, the School of Dentistry’s student-led volunteer organization. Among her activities, she has volunteered at mouth guard projects, N.C. Missions of Mercy clinics and many health fairs.
The Frank Porter Graham Honor Society, founded in 1990, recognizes University graduate and professional students for outstanding service to the University and community. The organization also recognizes faculty, staff and friends of UNC-Chapel Hill who have made significant contributions to the University’s graduate and professional education.