MCC Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society inducted new members recently.
Originally published Monday, May 1, 2017 at 05:55a.m.
MCC Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society inducted new members recently. Phi Theta Kappa’s mission is to recognize and encourage scholarships among two-year college students by providing an opportunity for leadership and development. Students receive numerous benefits from joining and participating in the honors society, such as special scholarships, leadership skills, and highly respected letters of recommendation. Student memberships last a lifetime in the largest honor society in America. MCC also congratulated PTK members from the Neal Campus-Kingman who are graduating in 2017. They were also honored during the same ceremony receiving their PTK Honors Society stoles. Shown in the top photo, front row, from left to right: Associate Dean of Instruction Dr. Douglas Bunn, Rocky Hamodey II, Stephen Sexton, Eugena Potter, Tamra Blick, Sarah Stubbs, and Amanda Terlizzi. Back row, from left to right: PTK Assistant Advisor Peter Roth, Leonard Chioda, Kristal Pellerito, PTK Lead Advisor John Hansen, Emily Forthun, Campus DeanDr. Fred Gilbert, Meranda Smith, Bob Potter, Angela Tackett, Alyssia Wilfong, and PTK Assistant Advisor Dr. John Kitts. Shown in the bottom photo, front row, from left to right: Laura Harris, Alyssa Hinson, Wyatt Logan, Shelby Medel, and Angela Tackett. Back row, from left to right: PTK Assistant Advisor Peter Roth, Associate Dean of Instruction Dr. Douglas Bunn, PTK Assistant Advisor Dr. John Kitts, PTK Lead Advisor John Hansen, and Campus Dean Dr. Fred Gilbert.