Northeast State welcomed more than 130 new members from the fall and spring semesters into its award-winning Alpha Iota Chi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. The chapter hosted the spring induction ceremony on April 23 at the Blountville campus.
To qualify for membership in Phi Theta Kappa, a student must be enrolled full-time in an associate degree program, have completed at least 12 hours of college-level coursework, and have a minimum 3.5-grade point average.
Students inducted into Alpha Iota Chi chapter for the 2016-17 academic year were: Heather Allen; Ethan Bailey; Deanna Barrett; Michael Barrett; Matthew Bennett; April Blevins; Yvette Bradley; Prince Buckman; Katherine Burke; Emily Burroughs; Kayci Caldwell; Paul Camp; Heather Carr; Alexandra Carroll; Kendra Carter; Erin Cassity; Cassie Charlton; Trevor Chase; Tera Clark; Dakota Cole; Tyler Cole; Anya Combs; Ansley Cook; Sam Cooper; Mara Cox; Courtney Crussell; Jeffrey Dalton II; Woody Davis; Courtney Day; Caleb Deal; Callie Dill; Paige Dipirro; Sarah Dotson; Autumn Earl; Daniel Effler; Alannah Estes; Jennifer Fair; Zachary Farmer; Hannah Fender; David Fitzgerald; Austin Gentry; Wenyan Glotzbach; Hannah Gobble; Dakoda Goodwin; Casey Graves; Nicole Greene; Jacob Greer; Elizabeth Grubb; Georgina Guffey; Sarah Hagy; Alec Hamaker; Kristin Harper; Emily Harris; Dorian Hawkins; Erin Helbert; Marvin Henson; Laura Hess; Patricia Hilmer; Gage Holmes; Joshua Houser; Kathryn Hyder; Jenna Jacobs; Elizabeth Jennings; Andrew Jimenez; Justin Jordan; Nathan Junge; Tori Kean; Bradley Kelley; Veronica Kennard; Angelique Krupsky; Tristan Lambert; Heather Lane; Bryan Lay; Kauli Lowe; Candace Lunsford; Noah Marks; Andrea Marshall; Jacob Mauer; Hannah McClain; Cooper McCoy; Elijah McCrary; Lindsey McGonigal; Cooper McCoy; Matthew McPeak; Sydnee Merritt; Matthew Miller; Kelly Modzelewski; Keith Moree; Eva Musket; Kimberly Necessary; Gary Nickles; Ethan Nussio; Evan Nussio; Rebekah Pennewell; Martha Perez-Ramos; Avery Peters; Jeffrey Peters; Dominic Peterson; Kevin Peterson; Allison Pigeon; Kristen Prince; Michaela Price; Hannah Puckett; Sarah Renfro; Isaac Roberts; Ame Royston; Heather Ryans; Erin Sanders; Sarah Saulsbury; Cynthia Seward; Alexa Sexton; Matthew Shannon; Joy Shepherd; Karlie Shoemaker; Lexi Simpson; Mackenzie Simpson; Sidney Simpson; Hannah Smith; Patricia Snapp; Rachel Starnes; Andrew Steinman; Janet Stork; Olivia Sturgill; Rebekah Thatcher; Hannah Tittle; Austin Townsend; Madeline Upchurch; Jasmine Vance; Veronica Vann; Elizabeth Vanhoy; Erin Wadley; Makayla Ward; Ashley Washington; Caleb Wheeler; Bethany Whittemore; Madison Williams; Katie Willis; Jamie Wismer; and Abdelhadi Zaoui.
These students will be recognized at the College’s spring commencement exercises on May 9. Alpha Iota Chi has received several state and national awards for individual officers and as a chapter. The chapter holds five-star status, the highest level of participation in Phi Theta Kappa activities.
To qualify for membership in Phi Theta Kappa, a student must be enrolled full-time in an associate degree program, have completed at least 12 hours of college-level coursework, and have a minimum 3.5-grade point average. A Phi Theta Kappa chapter extends membership invitations to students meeting these criteria.
The society supports the four hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship designed to give members opportunities for personal growth as well as service to others. Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with 1,200 chapters on two-year and community college campuses in all 50 of the United States and four countries.