MIDLAND Midland Faculty inducted 14 pupils into the Beta Theta Chapter of Sigma Chi Eta Communications Honor Society on Nov. 30.
The ceremony was held in the Allison Good Arts Developing Wagner & Brown Auditorium on the principal MC campus.
“Being inducted into any honor society is no small accomplishment,” Damon Kennedy, MC vice president of Tutorial Services, observed in the course of his tackle to pupils and their families at the ceremony. “These college students are to be commended on their dedication and motivation to striving for good results.”
The inductees are: Valuable Bamidele, Reagan Brookings, Madison Currie (chapter historian), Angelica Flores, Maria Gonzales (chapter secretary), Cung Lian (chapter treasurer), Clayton McLain, Abdullahi Oyeniyi (chapter vice president), Janellie Pallares, Megan Runyan, Ginny Schechter (chapter historian), Sui Tial (chapter president), Ashanti Torres and Jeannine Woolsey.
To be qualified for membership in Sigma Chi Eta Honor Society, learners should have a 3.25 GPA in a speech or communications class and an overall 3. cumulative GPA. They must also exhibit determination to their group and serving some others.
MC Speech & Communication faculty members are: Melissa Boyce, Betty Clements (method chair), Steven Gaines, Debbie Hightower and Amy Put up-McCorkle. The department is administered by William Feeler, MC dean of Great Arts & Communications.
Sigma Chi Eta is the official group higher education honor culture of the Nationwide Interaction Association (NCA). Considering that 2000, the honor culture has fostered progress in the interaction self-control among two-calendar year faculties and universities. Every calendar year, Sigma Chi Eta inducts and benefits new excellent interaction college students when discovering solutions for neighborhood higher education college students to transfer to four-12 months faculties or universities or enter the workforce. The MC Beta Theta Chapter is the only neighborhood college Sigma Chi Eta chapter in the condition of Texas.