HANCEVILLE, Ala.—Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society honored instructors recently with an end-of-year Faculty Appreciation Breakfast. The event to celebrate faculty was group’s spring service project.
Wallace State’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society inducted approximately 180 members earlier this spring, making it the largest organization on campus.
For the awards, PTK members determined categories, sought nominations and voted on the awards. These and other awards, both fun and serious, were presented:
Most likely to Replace Oprah – Stacey Brunner, Psychology
Most likely to be ID’d over 30 – Shannon Quick, Math
Most likely to be on American Idol – Brandon Smith, Math
Most likely to be WSCC Mascot – (tie) Renee Quick, Math, and Beth Williams, Biology
Most likely to be the Life of the Party – Gayle Crocker, Speech
Most likely to be on the Cover of People Magazine – Lance Boyd, Math
Outstanding Academic Faculty Member – Connie Briehn, Biology
Outstanding Health Science Faculty Member – Disha Patel, Nursing
Outstanding Technical Faculty Member – Todd Hardman, Engineering Technology
In addition to the awards, the group put together door prizes and goodie bags to be given out at the celebration.
Students are eligible for PTK membership if they maintain a 3.5 GPA for 12 or more credit hours the previous semester.
Wallace State’s Alpha Chi Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is a 5-star achiever, the highest mark among the organization.
A complete list of WSCC student clubs and organizations can be found at www.wallacestate.edu/student-life.
Snezhana Tuttle, Jon Elliott and Emily Dia of Wallace State’s PTK organization emcee the awards presentation at this year’s Faculty Appreciation Breakfast.