VC's Phi Theta Kappa welcomes 37 new members

Victoria College's Phi Theta Kappa welcomes 37 new members.
  • Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Inductees

  • Brittany Berger

    Jacqueline Bohannon

    Whitney Brown

    Valrie Brown

    Wade Brown

    Hillary Cisneros

    Tara DeBord

    Dena DeBord

    Gail Dentler

    Allysa Flores

    Kandice Fouberg

    Madeline Foxell

    Arthur Garcia

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  • Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Inductees

    Brittany Berger

    Jacqueline Bohannon

    Whitney Brown

    Valrie Brown

    Wade Brown

    Hillary Cisneros

    Tara DeBord

    Dena DeBord

    Gail Dentler

    Allysa Flores

    Kandice Fouberg

    Madeline Foxell

    Arthur Garcia

    Brooke Glover

    Bianca Gonzales

    Katelyn Gutierrez

    Taylor Hamilton

    Sarah Hammack

    Keri Herman

    Jonathan Hernandez

    Kelly Ann Holford

    Brent Howard

    Kristen Jurica

    Allison Marak

    Ashley Mcgaharan

    John Pearce

    Javier Ramirez

    Cheyenne Repper

    Shannon Sadler

    Lance Schultz

    Alex Shu

    Bryan Stefka

    Kristopher Stolte

    Zabdiel Vallejo

    Akshay Verma

    Nicole Vickery

    Brandon White

Victoria College's Zeta Gamma Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recently welcomed 37 students into its ranks. The honor society recognizes academic excellence of two-year college students.

In 2013, Victoria College's Phi Theta Kappa chapter traveled more than 8,000 miles in three states and visited five cities in Texas from El Paso to Fort Worth, engaging fellow honor students and communities on the hallmarks of scholarship, service, leadership and fellowship.

Victoria College is currently the home of Division II International Vice President Toni Marek.

"This year, our Honors in Action project focused on making STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) more accessible to middle school students through a String Theory Coloring Book," said Matt Wiley, the chapter's faculty advisor. "We continue to be a five-star chapter and are committed to being a 'risk-free leadership laboratory' where students can further develop soft skills, engage with their community and implement their newfound knowledge."