LCCC Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa
published Monday, March 18, 2019
The following Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) students were inducted into Alpha Omicron Alpha, the college’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter, the national honor society for two-year colleges, during a March 10 ceremony in the college’s Lisa Scheller-Wayne Woodman Community Services Center, on the college’s main campus. The following students were honored.
Teresa DeMaio, Jessica Kowar and Julian Valentini.
Gregory Atlas, Katherine Batten, Sarah Bazos, Sebastian Buckley, Tara Canning, Nadea Dundore, Dallas Ely, Dominick Goncalves, Leonard Hein, Hemansi Kaneria, Afton Kuster, Adam Mellinger, Laura Montalvo, Chelsea Morgan, Ashley Myers, Natalia Pereira Burgos, Liz Perez, Kayla Piacquadio, Kory Prehl, Arika Troxell and Valeska Zighelboim.
Shaira Regelmann and Leslie Shoy.
Cohlmia Caracio, Danielle Culp, Gabriela Guerrero and Desiree Kannapel.
Laura Quinn and Debie Verrastro.
Mark Gianguzi and Conor Heitzer.
Susan Horwith and Ashley Lefurge.
Tiffany Ernst and Summer Ramsey.
Cheyanne Hoffman, Emily Johnson and Justin Solt.
Christian Gould, Tyler Hartman, Alexis Hill, Sage Hukka and Mackenzie Rosenberger.
Julia Barthold, Iris Isbansky, Natasha Sitarchyk, Hayley Slater, Autumn Traylor, Mary Wilhelm, Alyssa Williams and Jordyn Zwetolitz.
Ashlee Davies, Megan Nyangau, Perpetual Owusu-Anim, Matthew Tobash and Jasmine Witkowski.
Constance Baxter, Suliarys Contreras, Laiping Doolin and Hugh Goncalves.
Kayla Bumberger, Stephanie Drovich, Sydney Geist and Sarah Kunda.
Nicole Compano and Paige Ferri.
Abigail Blommel, Lisa Conte, Autumn Craft and Ralph Harvey.
Alden Gilbert, Page Gittens, Lucas Gregoire, Megan Schoener, Paula Schuetrum, Maizy Troxell, Samantha Wagner and Jessica Zapotocky.
Samantha Leininger and Wendy Strock.
Donjeta Esati and Donmira Esati.
Clayvi Brown, Danielle Devine, Melanie Guilleard, Talitha Harry, Halima Mbarack, Rebecca Moody and Mostafa Rmouz.
LCCC's Alpha Omicron Alpha Chapter was recently named a 2019 REACH Chapter and recognized with Phi Theta Kappa's REACH Rewards program for increased membership.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the only nationally-acclaimed honor society serving two-year colleges, which offers associate degree programs. Membership into Phi Theta Kappa is by invitation only. To be considered, a student must be enrolled in an associate degree program, have completed at least 12 credit hours of coursework, have established a minimum grade point average of 3.5, have established a record of academic excellence as judged by the faculty, and be of good moral character and possess recognized qualities of citizenship.