Moraine Park honors Phi Theta Kappa inductees

by jbrezinsky30. April 2012 08:15

     Moraine Park Technical College students were recently inducted into Beta Mu Kappa, Moraine Park’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society, during a formal ceremony on the College’s Fond du Lac campus.
    To be eligible, students must achieve and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 in an associate of applied science degree program, and complete a minimum of 12 associate degree credits.
     “Phi Theta Kappa is one of the many ways we acknowledge the academic achievements of our students,” said Sheila Ruhland, Moraine Park president. “We are proud of the hard work they have put forth throughout the semester and are thrilled in honoring them with this ceremony.” 
     This year’s inductees include:
Beaver Dam – Cory Bennett, Everardo Chavez, Milton Christison, Renee Drabek, Kristine Kelly, Patrick Haas, Tina Pawicz, Dana Schmidt
Brandon – Cory Aalsma, Rose Larson
Burnett – Patricia Ninmann
Campbellsport – Samantha Bray, Jason Chern, Cindy Pufall, Nicole Sabish, Jackson ScheererEden – Niomi Olivares, Renee Walkner
Eldorado – Tina Sneller
Fond du Lac – Amy Andrews, Katherine Barnes, Christina Behlke, Bobbie Jo Daun, Kathleen Gilbert, Christopher Ingalsbe, Angel Larson, Ashley LeMieux, Bonnie LeBlanc, Kyra Oberg, Sandra Odekirk, Cheryl Olson, Hannah Rice, James Waterman, Jr., Kristina White
Fox Lake – Tim Shivley
Germantown – Katelyn LeTourneau
Glenbeulah – Jamie Melis
Green Bay – Amber Hickman
Green Lake – Jacob Sedarski
Hartford – Jeremy Pagenkopf, Tanya Schloemer
Jackson – Lauren Johnson, Kate Sonier
Juneau – Jasmyn Clough, Dina Stratz
Kewaskum – Tara Henke, Luan Sabish
Kimberly – Natasha Hooyman
Lomira – Jessica Gosse, Alex Prunty
Mayville – Aubrey Fleischer, Amy Hartwig
Menasha – Stephanie Cowling
Milwaukee – Folashade Bakare, Molly Huwiler
Mt. Calvary – David Nelson II
Oak Creek – Melissa Koehler
Oakfield – Nathaniel Haug
Plymouth – Devon Voss
Princeton – Ryan Murphy
Rubicon – Adam Michelsen
Saukville – Gina Kassens
Sheboygan – Alyssa Demmin, Katrina Nelson, Jason Vangalis, Brian Withrow
Sheboygan Falls – Karen Crispin, Joel Peirce,
Slinger – Amy Lynn, Annette Dean, Armando Rosas, Karla Venable, Summyr Zuern
Sun Prairie – Heidi Nitz
Van Dyne – Patricia Knubis
Waupun – Sara Adelmeyer, Laura Cameron, Kristen Greenfield,
West Bend – Phyllis Adelson, Paul Barnes, Stephen Baun, Brittney Buege, Christine Burt, Annette Landvatter, Shanna Lehman, Justin Miller, E. Prakash Nair, Susan Voss, Wenda Zarenana
Westfield – Janelle Krueger
      “This is our exciting end of the year event in the academic area,” said Dan Ensalaco, vice president of academics and student affairs. “These are Moraine Park’s best and brightest students and we are pleased to be celebrating their success.”
     Established in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two-year college students. It currently has more than two million members and 1,200 chapters located in all 50 states, U.S. territories, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Germany, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, United Arab Emirates and Palau. The American Association of Community Colleges recognizes Phi Theta Kappa as the official honor society for two-year colleges. For more information, visit morainepark.edu.

 

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