Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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30 LC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa honor society

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[October 20, 2009]  The Iota Chi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa fraternity at Lincoln College inducted 30 new members during an Oct. 6 ceremony in the Johnston Center for Performing Arts. Assistant Professors John Welter and Chris Gray serve as advisers to the organization and led the ceremonies.

To be initiated into PTK, a student must obtain sophomore status and have a high cumulative grade-point average.

Phi Theta Kappa was founded back in 1918 in Missouri. Today, it is an international organization boasting more than 1.2 million members. Its mission -- to recognize academic excellence and provide opportunities for its members to experience growth through service projects, fellowships events, as well as leadership training and opportunities.

Lincoln College students who qualified for membership are:

  • Angie M. Augspols, from Hennepin

  • Chelsea L. Barr, from Deland

  • Joli E. Boerma, from Emden

  • Sarah E. Booker, from Decatur

  • Sean W. Daly, from Buckingham

  • Heather L. Danley, from Lincoln

  • Taylor L. Dirks, from Ellsworth

  • Joshua A. Dobkins, from Hoopeston

  • Colan Eigenbrod, from Lincoln

  • Amy E. Fellers, from Lincoln

  • Adjo A. Honsou, from Fairview Heights

  • Mubeen A. Khan, from Wheeling

  • Evan L. Kreiling, from Mason City

  • Natasha LaMothe-Mason, from Lincoln

  • Travis L. Lane, from Lincoln

  • Shaun A. Linnihan, from Minneapolis, Minn.

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  • Brent M. Mason, from Emden

  • Cody J. Miller, from El Paso

  • Sydny A. Morris, from Lincoln

  • Sean C. Mull, from Wheaton

  • Kaylah J. Murphy, from Canton

  • Gretchen M. Rieger, from Trenton

  • Cooper E. Shawen, from Bolingbrook

  • Ashley L. Shawgo, from Lincoln

  • Euzhan M. Sims, from Naperville

  • Kylie A. Sparks, from New Holland

  • Shawn S. Vandolah, from Warrensburg

  • Tamara R. Waugh, from El Paso

  • Kenneth R. White, from Zion

  • Zachary T. Williams, from Danvers

[Text from file received from Lincoln College]

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