Kappa Delta Pi inducts new members

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The Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education at Thomas University inducted new members on Thursday, Nov. 14, during a ceremony held in the Flowers Foods Executive Classroom inside Smith-Bonvillian Hall. To be inducted as a member of Kappa Delta Pi a student has to be an Education major in their second semester as a sophomore, junior or senior and ranks in the top 20 percent of their class or have a 3.5 or higher GPA.

Participating in the induction ceremony are (from left) Jenna Coffee, adjunct professor and TU alumnus; Dr. Shannon Wood, chapter adviser; Amanda Dawson, inductee from Camilla, Georgia; Tyronica McCray, inductee from Boston, Georgia; Hannah Wilde, chapter president and senior Education major; Elizabeth Treat, senior Education major and chapter member. Online inductees included Mary Bell from Macon, Georgia; Amanda Burchins from Dunwoody, Georgia; Amber Fluker from McDonough, Georgia; Juan Harris from Austelle, Georgia; Victoria Hill from Tallahassee, Florida; Stephanie McAfee from Hahira, Georgia; Donna Milling from Fort Valley, Georgia; Khristina Russell from Stockbridge, Georgia; Keisha Whitfield from Covington, Georgia. Inductees not in attendance are Chelsey Lee from Nahunta, Georgia, and Taylor Ramey from Stockbridge, Georgia.

Photo by Sharita Mitchell-Perkins, Student photographer

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