Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two year colleges, welcomed 62 new members into Cerro Coso’s Beta Kappa Chi Chapter. More than 25 inductees participated in the formal ceremony in the Student Center at the Ridgecrest campus on Friday, April 24.
Phi Theta Kappa serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provides opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership, and service programs. To be invited to join Phi Theta Kappa, students must have completed at least 12 hours of course work and have earned a GPA of at least 3.50.
Cerro Coso students inducted into the Beta Kappa Chi Chapter include: Shari Allison, Heather Bopp, Andrea Bordenave, Megan Budlong, Deborah Castro, Pui Chan, Jennifer Colangelo, Kyme Coursey, Shealan Cruise, Mark Daniels, Wendy Delaney, Heather Dobbs, Patricia Douds, Aubrey Elliott, Lauren Ells, Rachel Evans, Aubrey Farrar, Chelsea Foulke, Trenton Francis, Moriah Garrison, Alyssa Gaska, Brian Grevenkamp, Abigail Hartman, Jenna Havig, Michael Hunsaker, Chelsea Hunt, Wael Ivie, Jennifer Jones, Brenda Kanatsky, Krista Kenny, Candace Kizer, Tina Koivu, Natalie Kuttor, Connie Leyva, Raychel Limnios, Shelli McKenzie-Rogers, Brian McKnight, Mitchell Metz, Gloria Middleton, Jared Mondragon, Kristiana Ogilvie, Gage Ramlose, Ryan Richard, Alexandra Roberts, Brandy Sailers-Dow, John Santiago, Hannah Small, Nathan Smith, Blake Stewart, Matthew Taylor, Alejandro Tellez Cruz, Megan Varney, Michael Walecke, Justin Weich, Ruthanne Welling, Joel Whitcomb, Stephanee Whiteley, Andrea Whittemore, Keith Williams, Beverlee Wood, and Christopher Young.