The Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Walters State Community College inducted 52 new members during the fall 2016 semester. PTK membership requires students to have a 3.5 grade point average and to have completed 12 credit hours.
Walters State’s PTK chapter works on projects to educate all students on the importance of completing their degrees. Membership opens more scholarship opportunities for students transferring to four-year institutions. The chapter at Walters State is among the most active in the nation and in 2013 was listed among the top 100 chapters among 1,285 nationwide.
PTK members inducted during fall semester include:
From Del Rio: Hannah Allen; From Newport: Jonathan Prince.
From Bean Station: Austin Atkins, Lily Vail; From Washburn: Cameron McGinnis, Noah Tipton and Raeghan Tolliver; From Rutledge: Derek Dunsmore and Harmon Southerland.
From Harrogate: Brandon Bailey and Justice Beaty; From New Tazewell: Cierra Everly, Emily Killion and Edward Overholt; From Speedwell: Caitlin Harmon.
From Talbott: Haley Branch and Felicia McCarroll; From Morristown: Ting Ting Chen, Wilma Early, David Gilbert, Maris Medford, Jared Mullins, Daphne Salvador-Reyes, Damian Seals, Kenny Strange and Breanna Wigle; From White Pine: Carrie Harrell and Amber Jenkins.
From Rogersville: Ellie Southern
From Jefferson City: Hannah Brooks, Riley Denton and Rachel Eccles; From Dandridge: Tasha Deese, Joseph Stephen, Sarah Sharp and Mark Wehausen;
From Chuckey: Edward Bulinski; From Greeneville: Stephanie Calmo-Rojas, Michael Foshie and Tracy Hoard;
From Pigeon Forge: Mitchell Compton; From Sevierville: Logan Craft, Faith Glaudel, Natalia Nasworthy, Catherine Ownby and BrieAnna Styles; From Seymour: Raven Wheat; From Gatlinburg: Haley Floyd; From Kodak: Meet Patel.
From Sneedville: Victoria Dean,
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From Duffield: Edward Strohofer.