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Thomas University Education students inducted into honor society

Thomas University inducted new members into the Phi Kappa Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education held Friday, March 17, in the Campus Center on TU’s Forbes Campus. To be a member of Kappa Delta Pi, students must be majoring in Education, classified as at least a second semester sophomore and rank in the top 20 percent of their class, or have a 3.5 or higher GPA. Graduating students receive an honor cord to wear with their academic regalia during Commencement. Participating in the ceremony were (front from left) Bethany Hayes of Thomasville, Georgia; Amber Humphries of Pelham, Georgia; Jenna O’Donoghue of Winter Garden, Florida; Nancy Wine of Gainesville, Georgia; Dr. Jennifer Phillips, chapter adviser; Amanda Gossett of Bainbridge, Georgia; Richard Brown of Whigham, Georgia; Lynlee Barrett of Cairo, Georgia; Courtney Austin of Pelham, Georgia; (back row) Julie Harrell of Moultrie, Georgia; Christa Graham of Coolidge, Georgia; Samantha Leverette, chapter secretary, of Pelham, Georgia; Jennifer Lester, graduate president, of Thomasville, Georgia; Savannah Richardson, undergraduate president, of Moultrie, Georgia; Jennifer Green of Iron City, Georgia; Candace Childs of Cairo, Georgia; and Erica Farmer of Bainbridge, Georgia.

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