ECC inducts 20 into Phi Theta Kappa honor society
The Alpha Iota Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Ellsworth Community College inducted 20 new members last week during Homecoming festivities. 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:
Alden – Harli Janes, Liberal Arts.
Bondurant – Dana Anderson, Pre-Veterinary Medicine.
Cedar Rapids – Dane Mehring, Marketing.
Central City – Kayla Caryl, Liberal Arts.
Davenport – Austin Smith, Athletic Training.
Eldora – Kaitlyn Balvanz, Liberal Arts; and Carol Strait, Computer Applications in Business.
Geneva – Thomas Peacock, Liberal Arts.
Hubbard – Kelly Crosser, Business Administration; Bradley Dove, Physical Therapy; and Melissa Winter, Liberal Arts.
Iowa Falls – Bakhityar Medeubekov (exchange student from Kazakhstan), Business Administration; Alexandra Rawlings, Associate Degree Nursing; and Katie Williams, Pre-Veterinary Medicine.
Nevada – Merrill Flynn, Liberal Arts.
Otho – Kent Pliner, Precision Agriculture.
Webster City – Jerome Kloberdanz, Geographical Information Systems/GIS; and Bradley Staten, Pre-Medicine.
Wellsburg – Kayla Nazario, Liberal Arts.
Bisbee, AZ – Kylie Wilson, Liberal Arts.
PHOTO CAPTION – Ellsworth Community College inducted 20 students into its Phi Theta Kappa honor society chapter this month. Pictured are, from left, Bakhityar (Baha) Medeubekov, Kayla Caryl, Bradley Staten, Kayla Nazario, Bradley Dove, Melissa Winter, Kelly Crosser, and Katie Williams.