News Release

John Tyler Community College Students Inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society

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Holly Walker
Public Relations and Marketing Specialist
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Released on November 16, 2010

News Release Highlights

  • 103 students inducted into the honor society Phi Theta Kappa
  • John Tyler has two chapters of Phi Theta Kappa

CHESTER and MIDLOTHIAN, Va. – John Tyler Community College’s two chapters of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society recently welcomed 103 new members during receptions held on November 4, 2010 and November 11, 2010. Phi Theta Kappa is an organization that recognizes the academic achievements of community and junior college students. The organization’s hallmarks are service, leadership, fellowship and scholarship. To be eligible for membership in John Tyler Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapters, a student must have completed at least 15 hours of coursework and must have a grade point average of at least 3.5 (3.75 if the student has completed less than 30 credits).

The new members of each chapter are as follows (zip codes appear in parentheses):

Tau Rho Chapter (operated on the Chester Campus)

Ragwa Alshami (23834)
Teri Asim (23860)
Cheryl Bowers (23836)
Jamie Brantley (22407)
Frances Butters (23860)
Brandon Cecil (23836)
Janét Clayton (23831)
Carolyn Drake (23112)
Lisa Fens (23237)
William Frejer (23860)
Pamela Gaines (23150)
William Garrett (23833)
Gardner Graham (23831)
Thomas Gresham (23114)
Teresa Hall (23224)
Constance Hamilton (23803)
Kelly Heidorn (23838)
Phillip Hibbard (22546)
Jaime Jensen (23832)
Tivis Jordan (23227)
Steven Lester (23236)
Debora Mahan (23832)
Nielsen Morgan (23803)
Elizabeth Nasi (23831)
Vicky Nguyen (23831)
Sarah Parsons (23831)
Melissa Pully (23838)
John Schappert (23831)
Sylvia Sedlmayr-Barnes (23231)
Larry Sencindiver, Jr. (23834)
Teresa Swinson (23231)
Stacie Wheeler (23223)
Joyce Williams (23124)
Charles Wilson-Adams (23860)

Beta Omicron Omicron Chapter (operated on the Midlothian Campus)

Rebekah Abrisz (23832)
Michelle Anderson (23112)
Sophie Anderson (23113)
Melissa Bishop (23139)
Aaron Bivins (23872)
Lauren Blackwell (23112)
Denise Bonner-Beauford (23112)
Zenada Burnette (23237)
Heather Capel (23234)
Wanda Carter (23824)
John Cassidy (23235)
Christopher Chafin (23112)
Dianna Chittum (23002)
Darlene Churchill (23139)
Amanda Craig (23146)
William D'Amato (23114)
Kathleen Davis (23114)
Chris Davis (23832)
Amanda Denton (23236)
Seema Devani (23235)
Shane Diller (23112)
Daniel Down (23139)
Leeta Dumire (23236)
Joyce Ellis (23235)
John Fenlon (23113)
Blake Fleck (23120)
Danielle Frazier (23120)
Courtney Green (23838)
Cassandra Green (23838)
Maura Hile (23224)
Mara Hilliar (23233)
Erin Hobson (23235)
Teresa Jenkins (23112)
Sandra Johnston (23113)
Woo Joo (23235)
Ktina Kagel (23060)
Erin Kessinger (23832)
Cristen Lee (23831)
Maria Loughran (23235)
Heidi Martin (23838)
Danielle McTamaney (23235)
Jaclyn Monk (23113)
Derek Moore (23225)
Shakish Morris (23224)
Daniel Murray (23112)
Anne Nordin (23113)
Wayne Parker, Jr. (23234)
Genevive Pegram (23225)
Walter Perry (23114)
Bethany Pitts (23229)
Michelle Porterfield (23002)
Stephanie Proto (23228)
Megan Reed (23139)
Shaila Richmond (23229)
Kimberley Roberts (23832)
Karen Rodriguez (23235)
Morgan Saint James (23002)
Joy Santangelo (23114)
Christina Sauer (23236)
Jessica Serwan (23832)
Eric Stipes (23112)
Rebecca Struzzieri (23112)
Lydia Stuart (23235)
Heather Szczesniak (23112)
Jannie Tee (23002)
Samantha Underwood (23139)
Sarah Watson (23114)
Thomas White (23112)
Rachel Zlotkowski (23139)

John Tyler Community College is a two-year, public institution of higher education and is the fifth largest of the 23 community colleges in Virginia. With campuses in Chester and Midlothian and off-campus classrooms throughout the area, John Tyler offers quality and economical opportunities for students who want to earn a degree or certificate, transfer to a four-year college or university, train for the workforce, or switch careers. The College, which served more than 13,690 students during the 2009 – 10 academic year, offers 17 associate degrees, seven certificates and 35 career studies certificates. The institution also serves 20,000 non-credit students and more than 1,000 companies and government agencies annually through the Community College Workforce Alliance. The College also is committed to sustainability. In July 2010, it received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Certification for its Midlothian Campus Science Building, becoming the first in the Virginia Community College System to receive such recognition. John Tyler Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

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