Barton Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society announces new members

Feb. 22, 2012
Story by Joe Vinduska

Barton Community College’s Phi Psi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has named initiates for the 2012-2013 academic year.

Students eligible to join the group have distinguished themselves academically by maintaining a 3.5 or higher grade point average. They must have completed at least 12 credit hours and be currently enrolled full time at Barton. Students invited to join Phi Theta Kappa were nominated by college faculty, staff and administrators.

Phi Theta Kappa is the only nationally recognized honor society for two-year colleges. It is the largest honor society in American higher education and contains approximately 2 million members and 1,200 chapters. The group currently has a presence in all 50 states as well as eight countries internationally. Barton’s Phi Theta Kappa advisers are English instructor Stephannie Goerl and Technical Accounting and Accounting Instructor Coordinator Kathy Boeger.

Phi Theta Kappa initiates include:

Claflin
Robin Hickel

Clifton
Blair Bloomfield

Dorrance
Lacey Major

Ellinwood
Blanca Montoya
Charles Bookout
Jacob Christiansen
Kristi Dewerff 
Michelle Klepper
Michelle Miller
Ruthann DeWerff

Ellis
Jessica Lopez

Ellsworth
Lindsey Rojas

Geneseo
Sarah Maddox

Goddard
Megan Richardson

Great Bend
Ashley Boeger 
Ashlie Munson 
Brenda Holden
Brooke Tiemeyer
Emily Seiwert 
Gustavo Madrid
Heather Jackson
Jeffrey Pike
Joshua Murphy
Kristina Wagner
Rochelle Hass
Shannon Peterson
Shauna Koester
Cody Behrends

Hays
Anna Voss

Hoisington
Daphne Orebaugh
Talisha Hesher

Johnson
Alex Edmisson

Lakin
Keyton McAtee

Lansing
Cody Filbert

Larned

Kristin Schartz

McPherson
Tessa Sterling

Olmitz
Brent Stoss

Pawnee Rock
Alexis Whipple

Quinter
Marissa Corwin

Russell
Tracy Nguyen

Wamego

Casey Hitch

Bloomington, Minn.
Kevin Handt

Edmond, Okla.
Rachel Baker    



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