Ozarka Phi Theta Kappa 2008-2009 Induction

Ozarka Phi Theta Kappa 2008-2009 Induction

Melbourne:  Ozarka College’s Beta Alpha Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), a national honor society for students in two-year colleges, inducted new members during its Induction Ceremony, held the evening of March 10, 2009.

After PTK President, Jason Thomas welcomed students and their guests to the ceremony,   Ozarka Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Mike DeLong congratulated each new inductee on their educational success and leadership thus far and wished them continued success for the future.

PTK Vice President, Misty Brewer and Secretary, Jessica Wolford presented the candidates for induction.  This year’s advisors are Ozarka College instructors:  Melissa Martin and Tracie Morris.

Students eligible for membership in PTK must have a grade point average of at least 3.50 on twelve hours toward an associate’s degree.  Membership in Phi Theta Kappa revolves around the four Hallmarks of Scholarship, Fellowship, Leadership, and Service.

Following the induction, PTK members and guests enjoyed a reception catered by Ozarka’s Culinary Arts students in honor of the new members.

The following students were inducted during the ceremony, Patricia Crispell, Eric Darmstaedter, Brenda Dupree, Douglas Face, Audra Fletcher, Heather Godair, Amanda Guy, Kristyna Harmon, Bonnie Henson, Stephanie Lane, Ross Lunsford, Matthew Newcomb, Amanda Roland, Heidi Rutledge, Heather Slater, Alisha Smithson, Sarah Stevens, Kellie Traylor, and Jessica Wolford.