Edgecombe Community College’s Alpha Omega Nu chapter held its fall Phi Theta Kappa induction on the Tarboro campus recently. A total of 24 students became members.
Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for students attending two-year schools.
The guest speaker at the induction ceremony was Tim King, director of respiratory therapy clinical education, respiratory therapy instructor, and 2012-13 Keihin Endowed Faculty Chair holder at ECC. He spoke about competition and pride, purpose, passion, and pursuit.
Fall 2012 Phi Theta Kappa inductees are:
- Lindale Harrison of Battleboro
- Luke White of Bunn
- Eyob H. Wakene of Greenville
- Aliya Sanderson of Macclesfield
- Cassie Jeans of Nashville
- Lucy Haley of Oxford
- Rachell M. Taylor of Pinetopes
- Shawannah N. Battle of Rocky Mount
- Tunisia L. Bullock of Rocky Mount
- Darlene D. Godwin of Rocky Mount
- Nina S. Sinclair of Rocky Mount
- Christie T. Strickland of Rocky Mount
- Rebecca L. Taylor of Rocky Mount
- Mary Thorne of Sharpsburg
- Kristen M. Bridgers of Tarboro
- Molly N. Briley of Tarboro
- Florecita A. Cruz Canseco of Tarboro
- Angela O. Fenner of Tarboro
- Brittany P. Linkous of Tarboro
- Phillip A. Martin of Tarboro
- Mallory E. Redman of Tarboro
- Thomas M. Robbins of Tarboro
- Corey R. Rountree of Tarboro
- Kaitlyn E. Smith of Tarboro
To be a member of Phi Theta Kappa, students must have completed 12 credit hours in an associate degree program and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students must then maintain at least a 3.25 grade point average to remain in the group.