ECC inducts 54 into Phi Theta Kappa honor society
The Alpha Iota Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Ellsworth Community College inducted a record 54 new members last weekend. Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two-year colleges. To qualify for membership, students must be in a degree-seeking program with a cumulative 3.25 grade point average, and have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Inductees, listed by hometown, are:
Altoona – Amanda Yaw, Liberal Arts.
Ames – Bailey Collins, Equine Management.
Antioch, IL – Michael Gussarson, Liberal Arts.
Aplington – Bailie Schipper, Athletic Training.
Arecibo, Puerto Rico – Alexander Rivera Centeno, Engineering.
Atkins – Tyler Comisky, Pharmacy.
Blairsburg – Jeremiah Robertson, Agriculture.
Chanhassen, MN – Matthew Olson, Business Administration.
Clarksville – Caleb Ciavarelli, Health/Physical Education/Recreation/Sports Management.
Coralville – Rebekah Mazurik, Liberal Arts.
Des Moines – Kara Cipperley, Liberal Arts.
Eldora – Andrea Bunt, History.
Florida, Puerto Rico – Darayliz Santiago Gonzalez, Liberal Arts.
Fort Atkinson – Brooke Kriener, Communications/PR/Journalism.
Greenfield, WI – Halle Wild, Equine Science.
Guernsey – Maisey Ranfeld, Apparel Merchandising.
Hampton – Hayley Montes, Liberal Arts, and Cindy Spear, Liberal Arts.
Holland – Amber Heikens-Zeltinger, Liberal Arts.
Hopkins, MO – Leslie Birkenholz, Agriculture.
Iowa City – Jordyn Lehman, Liberal Arts.
Iowa Falls – Samantha Bonin, Liberal Arts; Jakub Hladik, Liberal Arts; Justin Koppes, Liberal Arts; Grant Lehmann, Liberal Arts; Chelsey Lewer, Practical Nursing; Caleb Perkins, Liberal Arts; Dionna Petry, Practical Nursing; Kendra Pintar, Equine Management; and Darren Westendorf, Psychology.
Jefferson – Abagail Brophy, Music.
Kelley – Stephanie Winchell, Psychology.
Lake City, MN – Ashley Gates, Liberal Arts.
Marshalltown – Kaitlyn Hill, Agriculture, and Katie Poling, Equine Management Practitioner.
New Hartford – Jonna Gutknecht, Liberal Arts, and Alivia Zubrod, Liberal Arts.
New Providence – Froylan Gomez, Liberal Arts.
Omaha, NE – Kalyn Dixon, Equine Management.
Parkersburg – Olivia Ballhagen, Apparel Merchandising.
Plauen, Germany – Rebecca Lonitz, Liberal Arts.
Quimby – Adam Schirmer, Athletic Training.
Quito, Ecuador – Cristina Duran, Equine Management.
Ravenna, NE – Jessye Kriewald, Equine Management.
Rowley – Cayla Bantz, Secondary Education.
State Center – Justin Weitzell, Criminal Justice.
Vinton – Nolan Edwards, Liberal Arts.
Walcott – Karly Biddle, Animal Science.
Washta – Mackenzie Fitch, Health/Physical Education/Recreation/Sports Management.
Webster City – Pamela Moore, Criminal Justice.
Williams – Molly Greenfield, Elementary Education, and Noah Ronnfeldt, Secondary Education.
Winona, MN – Nicholas Masyga, Athletic Training.
Zearing – Crystal Swartzlander, Practical Nursing.