Honor Society Welcomes New 2014 Inductees at CMCC
January 5, 2015
More than 30 students at Central Maine Community College were inducted recently as new members of the Alpha Phi Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.
President Judy Schneider also installed the following new officers: Melissa Cable, vice president; Riley Morgan-Huff, public relations secretary; Adriane Kramer, recording secretary; and Donna Moreno, treasurer.
To be eligible for Phi Theta Kappa membership, students must be pursuing an associate degree and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Among the new members are Larissa Allen, Robert Babb, John Beaulieu, Michael Bolduc, Hannah Bowie, Elizabeth Buhelt, Ashley Cass, Mary Chasse, Andre Chasse, Joseph Clarke, Elaine Crosby, Brittany Crowninshield, Nathan Dandridge, Autumn Doiron, Jennifer Dooley, Belise Dusenge, Jamie Ellsworth, Marcia Gray, Khadro Ibrahim, Simplice Iradukunda, Adriane Kramer, Gabrielle Luce, Kaitlin Mador, Brynn O'Connor, Adalberto Pautt Lozano, Adam Soto, Sarah Starkey, Michelle Taylor, and Thomas Williams.
Photo caption: Riley Morgan-Huff, left, public relations secretary for the Alpha Phi Xi Chapter, gives a flower and candle to new member Adriane Kramer, who was also installed as recording secretary.