Wallace State recognized 64 new inductees at its Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society ceremony this month.
HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recently welcomed new members during its annual fall induction ceremony.
Phi Theta Kappa is the college’s honor society, and Wallace State students are eligible for consideration if they maintain a 3.5 GPA for 12 or more credit hours the previous semester.
New Wallace State inductees to the honor society are:
Addison: Zeb Maze
Altoona: Oscar Cartagena, Jennifer Payne
Arab: McKenzie Buie, Dana Lawrence
Attalla: Tasha Garrison
Birmingham: Shannon Manthey
Blountsville: Peyton Dean, Christian Fallin, Anna Smith
Bremen: Logan Burgess
Cleveland: Megan Jordan
Cordova: Morgan Cates
Crane Hill: Taylor Urech
Cullman: Kayla Aleman, Heather Campbell, Jessica Collins, Brandee Holaway, Hali Marran, Lauren Marran, Michelle Meeks, Chandler Nunn, Karli Posey, Kolby Robinson, Kana Schofield, Cierra Smith, Audriana Suarez
Dayton, Tenn.: Morgan Carter
Deatsville: James Henry
Empire: Zoe Moon
Gardendale: Mary Granade, Barbara McMillan
Glencoe: Angela Ramiscal
Guntersville: Aundrea Light
Hartselle: Garrett Johnson, Savannah Lemmons
Hayden: Christopher Jennings, Hannah LaFavor
Hanceville: Norma De Aguinaga Garcia, Summer Hollis Higgins, Abigail Long, Julianna Ogle, Hannah Sumner, Charles White, Erin Wise
Holly Pond: Sheila Howe Homan
Huntsville: Kristen Artis
Logan: Tanner Rusk
Livingston: Tempie Ennis
Morris: Lisa Spencer
Oneonta: Joel Bostrom, Tyler Cardwell, Kara Cornelius, Aaron Mejia, Rhonda Teal
Nauvoo: Makeala Mote
Pinson: Justin Baxley, William Hubbard, Cheryl Reese, Mariah Rushing
Trafford: Kendall Roberts
Trinity: Maleah Fuller
Warrior: Erika Cork, Cassie Lawrence
Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with 1,285 chapters on two year and community college campuses in all 50 states and in Canada, Germany, Peru and other select republics or territories. More than 2.5 million students have been inducted into Phi Theta Kappa since its founding in 1918, with approximately 135,000 students inducted annually.
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