Twenty-nine Seminole State College students were recently inducted into the Alpha Theta Nu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges.
Students are selected based on their scholarship, leadership and service qualities. The chapter provides programs, activities and participation in community service projects.
Requirements for membership at SSC include: enrollment at an accredited two-year college with a Phi Theta Kappa chapter and an overall GPA of 3.5 in a minimum of 12 credit hours.
SSC Regent and Executive Director of the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum Marci Donaho was the special guest speaker for the evening. Donaho was appointed to the SSC Board of Regents by Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry in 2005, and reappointed in 2012 by Governor Mary Fallin. She has served as the executive director for the children’s museum in Seminole for the past 20 years. Donaho is a member of the Seminole Chamber of Commerce and currently serves on the Seminole School Board.
Assistant Professor of Business, Engineering and Computer Science Jeff Cheng and Mathematics Instructor Lynnette Gomez, who serve as the chapter’s faculty advisers, were also present at the ceremony.
SSC students inducted in the ceremony were:
Allen: Joshua Riley
Arlington: Kaiygen Stubblefield
Byars: Tiffany Lashley
France: Celine Massereau
Henryetta: Megan Tabor
Holdenville: Faith Flick, Tristan Wood, Abbigail Coleman, Logan Miller
Konowa: Jaqueline Crenshaw
Maud: Melanie Cancino
Noble: Antonia Alexander
Prague: Lucille Sargent
Seminole: Elizabeth Lasko, Cassie Perez, Ashley Cole, Whitney Fowler, Stephanie Johnson, Courtney Chambers
Shawnee: Brittney Stroup, Eric Rowley, Melissa Wood, Andrew Jones
Spencer: Chelsey Olds
Tecumseh: Destiny Redmon, Kailee Collins
Wewoka: Keeley Merriman, Hanna Barnhart, Robin Merriman