Beta Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Inducts 12 New Members

A Message from Beta Upsilon Zeta Co-Advisors Brian Macon, Professor, Math; Carol D’Avella, Adminstrative Assistant; and  Debra Hollister, Professor, Psychology

On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, the Beta Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), a national honor society that recognizes the academic achievements of students at two-year colleges, inducted 12 new members.

As co-advisors of this organization, we are incredibly proud of those who were inducted and grateful to Lake Nona Campus Executive Dean Mike Bosley for speaking at the students’ induction.

This year, the following students joined the Beta Upsilon Zeta Chapter:

  • Lorraine Bermudez
  • Nicole Coco
  • Deianerya Febo-Guzman
  • Victoria Hayes
  • Yan Augusto
  • Sara Witner

  • Andrew Silverman
  • Peter Garcia
  • Kaylen Alvarez
  • Laura Garcia
  • Erica Rivera
  • Mara Liberos

Please be sure to congratulate any of your students who were inducted as this is a significant academic accomplishment for them. To be invited into PTK, a student must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA with at least 12 credit hours of college coursework. There are also a number of scholarships that are available for these students to recognize this huge accomplishment.

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