Central Texas College (CTC) held an induction ceremony to recognize the spring 2018 semester inductees to the school’s Sigma Iota Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Nearly 60 local students took the oath, signed the induction form and received membership certificates. In addition, each inductee received a gold key pin and will have an honor society notation of membership on their diploma and on their transcripts. They will also have the privilege of wearing gold regalia during graduation to signify their Phi Theta Kappa membership.

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes academic success of students at two-year colleges and provides opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership and service programming. It is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 2.5 million members and 1,275 chapters across the country and the world and is the official honor society of two-year colleges.

The Sigma Iota Chapter opened at CTC in 1968. Students are required to maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average and have completed at least 30 college credit hours at CTC. This spring semester, 166 CTC students across the globe were inducted into the honor society.

The newly inducted honor society members at the CTC central campus are Jaimy Adler-Brown, Chiamaka Akujobi, Melissa Arnold, Sirena Bielec, Courtney Boyd, Hannah Brockett, Sueann Brockett, Taylor Brown, Brianna Buchanan, Clarissa Chavarin, Nelly Cooper, Jesus Correa Torres, Malinda Diehl-Nolen, Brian Duff, Nicole Egbert, Tyler Foster, Andy Franco, Jennifer Frierson, Maria Gonzalez, Susan Guerra, Anja Gutierrez, Anthony Hall, Ashleigh Harris, Michael Henniger, Valerie Hernandez, Arthur Jones, Kenneth Jones, Myrasol Jones, Bokyeung Kim, Katlyn Lanier, Ruth Lautenschlager, My Le, Harold Lee, Teresa Lewellen, Rachel Lomas and Janita Lopez-Fernando.

Also inducted were Rebekah Mason, Lora McGinnis, Susan Morales, Edith Nava, Raffaella Nicolucci, Matthew Oertel, Davidia Oliver, Noemi Orozco, Carol Paone, Shauntae Payne, Amber Phelps, Samantha Pimentel, Anastasia Price, Cassandra Reazola, Christin Robinson, Angel Rodriguez-Carrillo, Susan Rose, Jessica Senn, Bethany Smith, Daniella Sosa, Lathyr Sovi, Bonnie Stovall, Thomas Sutton, Jennifer Torres, Beth Vitale, Ivana Walker, Kimberley Wallace,  Clara Watson, Annie Wengerd, Sara Wiley, Brandon Williamson, William Wilson and Adrienne Young.

Other new CTC Phi Theta Kappa members are: Jennifer Acosta, Jamie Adameit, Heidi Barber, Jessica Bell, Randy Bermudez, Kristofer Bonar, Thomas Bonner, Dominique Boothe, Kiana Bracey, John Bradshaw, Christopher Brooks, Luzcelenia Camargo, Iliana Castillo, Desirae Charbonneau, Ryan Christy, Nicole Clark, Olivia Combs, Katherine Cooley, Matthew Coston, Caleb Cox, Elizabeth Delafuente, Joby Fahey, Camila Felix Gonzalez, Michael Flaig, Vincent Flores, Ginger Forsgren, Dawn Fox, Aimee Fuller, Brian Gaines, Ashley Garcia, Alejandro Gonzalez, Kathleen Grall, Micah Graziosi, Troy Grendell, Allison Guevara, Stephanie Hammett, Nicole Hensley, Justin Holbrook, Stephanie Hunter, Sarah Hymes, Kasandra Jacoby, Tanya Jolly, Joe Kemp, Bradley Kester, Tylore Kim, Skyler Knapp, Akassoua Kolawole, Maximillian Kutch, Said Lazo Aguilar, Javen Liusa, Lucus Losic, Tiffany Mack, Jamie Miller, Melissa Miller, James Misch, Daniel Montes, Myrissa Mooregrant, Blake Nelms, Quinn Nickerson, Jill Nixon, Marlene Nunez, Michael Olchowoj, Bryan Oser, Fernando Osoria, Grace Padula, Constantinos Paizanis, Emmeline-Marie Palma, Jordan Palmer, Heather Partney, Adam Pepper, Ian Polage, Cody Ponce, Daisy Presiado, Nicanor Ramos, Susan Rhea-Zarb, Frank Richards, Christin Robinson, Darma Rodriguez, Laura Ruiz, Carrie Schaefer, Gladimir Senat,Theresa Shaw, Tamara Sloan, Mae Smith, Samantha St. Peter, Sean Sullivan, Shelby Szudy, Doris Tangen, Brooks Tokuda, Elizabeth Toppetta, Jasmin Tracey, Michael Tucker, Evan Valek, Timothy Wade, Nikolaus Wendling, Alexander Wetherholt, Sheldon Whitten and Debbie Wragg.

   

Photo cutline: Philip Crosby (left), Phi Theta Kappa faculty advisor, congratulates new inductee Noemi Orozco.