SCC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Salem Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Society held an induction ceremony this spring.  The following students, listed by hometown, were inducted this year:

Alloway: Andrew M. Freas, Shelby A. McCullough

Bear, Del.: Mila Andrea M. Escalona

Blackwood: Laura E. McConnell

Bridgeton: Cody M. Bowen, Nicholas A. Mitchell

Camden: Emilio X. Loaisiga

Carneys Point: Heather Corinne Newton

Chatham Michael D. Schiaffino

Claymont, Del.: Megan E. Godwin

Deptford: Sean L. Evans

Ellicott City, Md.: Benjamin J. Canby

Elmer: Allen James Baber, Jennifer L. Carvalho, Rachael Vanaman

Monroeville: Natalie Anne Eller, Kylie A. Parish, Thomas G. Shillingford

Mullica Hill: Linda A. Chinnici

Newark, Del.: Kathryn Jones, Yvonne M. Kariuki

Newfield: David M. Cassidy, James H. Hannold, Kristin Jill Holder

Ocean City: Mollee E. Juzwiak

Pedricktown: Erin Ashley Feldman, Heather Renee Lemke, Joseph L. Martins

Penns Grove: Megan M. Kaczynski, Chantice H. Robinson

Pennsville: Daniel A. Averyt, Erika R. Belanger, Kendra D. Beyl, Jeffrey A. Cooksey, Mary J. Curry, Mary E. Dowens, Melissa Kimberly Duggan, Mackenzie Renee Hankins, Derek Michael Johnson, Kathleen  Kahny, Matthew R. Ondricek, Savannah Lane Racer, Robert E. Saulin, Tyler Jamison Smigelski, Robyn E. Thompson, Roger W. Vanderslice, Blair M. Waddington, Thaddeus M. Wascheck, Aaron Lee Yangello

Philadelphia, Pa.: Delia R. Washington

Pilesgrove: Stephanie Rachel Andrus, Emily Rae Gardiner, Anna M. Scaramazza, Grace C. Stephens

Pittsgrove: Rebecca P. LaBree

Quinton: Kelsey L. Stockton

Richmond, Ky.: Chandra M. Babbitt

Ridgewood, N.Y.: Iryna Kondratenko

Salem: Devon G. Bruynell, Alyssa P. Cocking, Antoinette Denise Gillis, Janelle M. Gonzalez, Caleb Alexander Kite, Marissa A. Kohrherr, Shunana Ronell McFarlande, Jessica P. Richie, Conor J. Townsend

Wilmington, Del.: Lisa Ann Cannatelli

Woodstown: Andrew S. Burnham, Taylor N. Dodge, Melissa C. Finley, Kristen Anne Jingeleski, Michelle Reed

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges. Its purpose is to recognize and promote academic achievement among students, to provide opportunities for leadership training for college students, to encourage personal growth and to foster fellowship among its members. Membership, based on grade point average, is by invitation.