Wallace State inducts new Phi Theta Kappa members during spring ceremony

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Wallace State Community College recently inducted new Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society members during its annual spring ceremony.

HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society welcomed new members recently during its annual spring 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. Wallace State’s Alpha Chi Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is a 5-star achiever, the highest mark among the organization.

New Wallace State inductees to the honor society are:

Albertville: Anna Allen, Araceli Mendez, Yasmin Ramos-Lopez

Arab: Thomas Murphy, Samantha Privett

Attalla: Crimson Johnson

Athens: Madison Hughes

Bessemer: George Brady

Birmingham: Gunnar Hulebak, Bridget Savage

Blountsville: Sheldon Blythe, Sara Fallin, Carlos Hernandez, Arlene Maldonado, Dominga Perez-Batz, Mallory Smith, Kaitlin Stanford, Heather Wood

Bremen: Dylan Marcum

Carbon Hill: Molli Ann Clark

Clanton: Jayda Jones

Cleveland: Jay Wiginton

Cordova: Emma Hyche

Crane Hill: Abigail Burrow, Olivia Correia, Joshua Nichols, Devin Reed

Cullman: Cabri  Adams, Mackenzie Brown, Chloe Carter, Morgan Dingler, Allison Doyle, Logan Drake, Isabella Edgeworth, Jessika Franks, Lily Heard, Abigail Herring, Benjamin Hunter, Ethan Johnson, Jessica Johnson, Sophia Karolewics, Lydia Kelso, Preston Lawrence, Jennifer McConnaughhay, Alexa Morton, Anna Murphy, Carla Owens, Elise Payne, Julie Scroggins, Nicholas Steelman, Dylon Wallace, Jaret Whaley, Kyle Yarbrough

Dora: Kera James

Edwardsville: Trevor Houston

Elkmont: Carl Davis

Empire: Brantly Bonds, Beverly Thompson

Eva: Levi Kelley, Jessie Privett

Falkville: Laney Hulsey, Nathaniel MacDonald, Amy Ward

Florence: Victoria Walker

Fultondale: Hannah Mitchell, Jared Webster

Gadsden: Elizabeth Bryant

Garden City: Logan Ayers

Gardendale: Emily Jo Davis, Jillian Defnall, Savannah Holliyan, Bryanna Mullins, Whitney Norris, Desiree Owens

Glencoe: Lauren Cole

Grant: Tammy Hargus

Grove Hill: Hannah Boykin

Guntersville: Anna Craig, Sherry McDowell

Haleyville: McKenzee Reid

Hamilton: Hannah McDaniel

Hanceville: Ella Absher, Jonathan Allred, Breanna Ballou, Connor Blanchard, Alma Briscoe, Olivia Eason, Destiny Flowers, Keslynn Grimmett, Madison McKinley, Phillip Rivers

Hartselle: Gabrielle Legg, Will Matthews, Jairo Meza

Harvest: Lily Calvert, Katherine Fetui

Hayden: Jerrod Cato, Noah Dia, Savannah McCay, Haylee Moore, Regina Rivera-Clemente, Maggie Williams

Hokes Bluff: Elizabeth Griffith, Bailey Jackson

Holly Pond: Maggie Ramirez

Hoover: Minerva Barrios-Avila, Phillip Goodwin,

Horton: Dylan Brockman

Jasper: Tanner Rowe

Joppa: Maira Rios-Cortes

Kimberly: Isabella Brannon, Amanda Houston, Connor Jenkins, Erin Moody

Lacey’s Spring: Madisen Adams, Tyler Weinland

Morris: Joshua Burns, Lauren Whitfield, Sara Wood

Oneonta: Mary Brewer, Hunter Coke, Alexis Green, Bethany Hogeland, Dylan Littrell, Payton Oden, Alandra Simrell

Opelika: Mattrice Harris

Pinson: Isabella DeRamus, Tatiana Padgett, Breanna Vann, Arieunna Wilson

Quinton: Isabela Beltran

Remlap: McKenzie Maddox

Rogersville: Callie Grisham

Sheffield: Krysten Mellott

Somerville: Leslie McNeal, Savannah Morrow

Southside: Alexandra Dugger

Sulligent: Kimberly McCool

Trafford: Lorren Coin

Trinity: Kalli Cartee

Troy: Mary Elizabeth Grissette

Union Grove: Caroline Williams, Natalie Yanhko

Vickburg: Hannah Huntley

Vinemont: Claire Bailey, Annalyse Cole, Henry Culver, Yulissa Dios, Cole Fuller, Lainey Moses, Sky Thomas

Warrior: Chamblee McCutchen, Chandler Ogles, Harlee Kate Reid, Ashley Rouse, Amy Sartain, Brady Self, Tyler Wiginton

Winfield: Olivia Burleson, Andrea Harbin, Leann Tucker, Kaitlyn Weeks

Cantonment, Fla.: Lauren Seibert

Cleveland, Tenn.: Anna Renshaw

Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa sponsors are math instructors Brandon Smith and Stacey Sivley.

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.

For more information about Wallace State, visit www.wallacestate.edu.

Wallace State Community College recently inducted new Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society members during its annual spring ceremony.