Originally published on January 7. 2011.
The Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College is proud to announce their Fall 2010 Induction Class. With this class, Beta Epsilon Omega inducted twenty-seven new members into the prestigious international honor society.
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of the two-year college. The mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
The twenty-seven new inductees are:
Bedford – Megan E. Waller
Boswell – Emily M. Spory, Tammy L. Zeek
Davidsville – Diane F. Felton
Ebensburg – Lisa M. Oyaski
Everett – Matthew P. Chamberlain
Hastings – Pamela J. Holtz
Lilly – Amy L. Cropsey
Johnstown – David B. Alwine, Aimee L. Barr, Felana L. Buis, Darin R. Gipe, JoAnn M. Herdman,
Vickie L. Kleman-Moss, John E. MacEwan, Nova L. Mihelic, Deborah J. Morgan, Neil T. Penrod, Michelle Pratt, Jose T. Quezada, Craig A. Shrader, Abbigayle D. Shroyer, Donell A. Williams
Nicktown – Michael J. Peters
Somerset – Brianna D. Aultz
Westover – Korenna L. Sral
Windber – Britny N. Sarver
Additionally, the College’s Phi Theta Kappa officers chose to ad three honorary members. This group consists of Sue Brugh, Director of Student Activities, Dr. Ted Nichols, Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs, and David Volpe, Vice President for Student Services.