UACCM's Phi Theta Kappa Inducts New Members



Group of people holding flowers and candles
Front row (L to R): Amanda Gericke, Katlyn Downes, Mia Chantha, Denisha Tallada, Christine Stewart, Alyssa Mullins, Christian Briggler; Second row: Courtney Martin, Sam Aylor, Greg Schleiff, Tammy Spires-Westcott, Lydia Scott

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton inducted new members into the Beta Eta Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society of community and junior colleges, during a ceremony inside the college’s Fine Arts Auditorium on April 12. 

“As hallmarks of our efforts to earn this distinction, our members engage in not only our chapter, but also serve as models in academics, in service, and in engagement both on and off campus,” said Mathew Herrman, a UACCM speech instructor and chapter advisor. “Our members work together to set and achieve goals that prove we are not just ‘book smart,’ but fully committed to making needed changes to improve the community we serve.” 
  
New Phi Theta Kappa members are listed here with their hometowns:

Conway County
Christian Briggler, Plumerville
Kayla Chassells, Morrilton
Hannah Cornett, Morrilton
Randal Edwards, Center Ridge
Ted Johnston, Morrilton
Alyssa Mullins, Morrilton
Tammy Spires-Westcott, Springfield
Denisha Tallada, Hattieville

Faulkner County
Benjamin Cathcart, Mayflower
Mia Chantha, Conway
Bruce Davis, Conway
Kristine Davis, Conway
Amy Gericke, Conway
Richard Junyor, Greenbrier
Chase Knight, Vilonia
Courtney Martin, Conway
Heather McDonald, Vilonia
Greg Schleiff, Conway
Christine Stewart, Conway

Pope County
Katelyn Kelley, Russellville
Lydia Scott, Russellville
Blaine Wagner, Dover
Clayton Williams, Dover

Van Buren County
Katlyn Downes, Damascus

Yell County
Sam Aylor, Dardanelle


About Phi Theta Kappa 

The mission statement of Phi Theta Kappa is “to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders.” To become a member, students must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework that may be applied to an associate degree while maintaining at least a 3.5 GPA.




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