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DANVILLE, VA, November 13, 2009 – Thirty-one Danville Community College students were recently inducted into the DCC chapter (Upsilon Phi) of Phi Theta Kappa, the International honor society for two-year college students. The ceremony also featured remarks by Dr. Ed White, Dean of the Division of Business and Engineering Technologies, and the induction honorary members, which included White, Nancy Fitts Parker and Mary Elizabeth Poteat Ferguson.

The inductees included:

City of Danville Residents
John W. Aiken
Deborah H. Batten
Teresa G. Beale
Patricia A. Crider
April N. Edwards
Erin E. Fowler
Misty L. Gosney
Jackie L. Harrell
Thelma I. Huffman
Patricia D. Jackson
Kimberly S. Kidd
Mollie A. Mantiply
Demeta J. Murphy
Anna L. Sexton
Lisa Sikorski
Kirk Smith
Craig E. Warren
Rebecca D. Wyatt

Pittsylvania County Residents
Robin D. Hester, Blairs
Elizabeth A. Hundley, Axton
Susan L. Mize, Callands
Linda M. Burton, Cascade
Chasity D. Reiver, Chatham
Barbara L. Sloan, Chatham
Margorie T. Brooks, Long Island
Kimberly L. Gery, Ringgold

Halifax County Residents
Jennifer R. Dawson, Nathalie
Ann S. Johnson, South Boston
Daniel D. Vaughan, South Boston

Other Residents
Armando L. Rivera, Collinsville
Kevin D. Markworth, Pelham, NC

The 2009 – 2010 chapter officers are:
Janelle Sampson, President; Samantha Tyson, Vice President; Christie Stanley, Secretary; Bilal Muhammad, Treasurer; Ryan Wilkinson and Cristina Aversano, Scholarship Chairs; Alen Vincent, Leadership Chair; Camilia Witcher and Matt Doss, Service Chairs; and Ellen Parker, Jackie Harrell, and Demeta Murphy, Fellowship Chairs. Chapter advisors are Dee Drinkard, Assistant Professor of Psychology; Sherry F. Gott, Assistant Professor of English; and Vickie H. Taylor, Assistant Professor of Sociology.

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