Wayne Community College Honor Students
By Linda Luck
Published in News on January 18, 2004 11:03 PM
Fifty-six students joined Wayne Community College's honor society in its traditional fall induction ceremonies witnessed by faculty, staff, friends and family.
The students accepted the invitation of the Upsilon Chi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges, to join its ranks.
To be invited into the society, WCC students must show academic achievement with a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average. They must have completed a minimum of 16 hours of course work leading to an associate degree.
Inducted from this area were
Jennifer Bingham, Tracy Blackmon, Ursula Carson, Michael Cayton, Natalie Crews, Steven Crowder, Elizabeth Hale, Matthew Hoke, Ronnie Johnson, Faye Joseph, Dana Kirby, Easter Lewis, Huilin Li, Xiaojuan Li, Gary McCune, Carolyn McLamb, Stephanie Novak, Emily Odom, Cathy Parker, Felicia Quinn, Ina Royer, Rebecca Sheldon, Hannah Smith, Tyrone Smith, Ginger Steward, Melanie Stewart, Zachary Swan, Denise Turner, Rebeckah Turner, Christopher Vance, Cammy Whitmore, Qwan Turton, Ronnie Webb, and Margita Wilson, all of Goldsboro.
Also, Christina Heckmann, Thomasina Lee and Lindsay Thompson of Dudley; Amy Lintner and Michele Woodard of Rosewood; Cindy Game, Revelene Hutchins and Angela Taylor of Seven Springs; Mathilda Gardner of Mount Olive; Bradley Collier and Thomas Garrou of Pikeville; Linzy Bailey, Nairoby Guifarro and Deanna Howell of Princeton; Michelle Bradshaw of Faison; Myranda Barnett of Albertson; Joshua Earp of Snow Hill; and Regina Morris of Pine Level
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