Two Brigham Young University students have been initiated into the Golden Key National Honor Society, and four administrators and faculty members have received honorary memberships.
Danielle Montague from Monticello, Ind., was the junior recipient.With a 3.9 grade-point average in zoology, Montague has been on the dean's list for four semesters. She is a member of BYU's Philharmonic and the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra.
Guy Crockett from Provo was the senior recipient. He holds a 3.9 grade-point average in mechanical engineering. Crockett is a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor society and Tau Beta Pi honor society.
Also selected for honorary memberships were Bruce Hafen, BYU provost; Harold L. Miller, dean of honors and general education; Gayle Miner, professor of electrical engineering; and Tamara Quick, assistant dean of student life.
Golden Key is a national academic honors organization dedicated to excellence, according to Robert P. Sheppard, director of public affairs.
A non-profit organization with 161 chapters at major universities, Golden Key recognizes and encourages academic achievement, provides financial assistance to outstanding members by means of scholarships and promotes scholastic achievement and altruistic conduct through voluntary service.