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PTK InductionNortheastern Oklahoma A&M College’s (NEO), Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) inducted the new class into the prestigious international honor society. The ceremony took place Feb. 25. The keynote speaker for the evening was Mr. Jordan Boyd, NEO Alumnus, PTK member, and director of the Dobson Museum. Boyd encouraged students to make connections and stay involved. Through his membership in PTK and NEO activities, he was able to intern at the Dobson Museum, where he is now director. To gain admittance into PTK, students must complete at least 12 hours of courses and maintain a 3.5 grade point average. Through their membership in PTK, students will have access to scholarships and service opportunities.

Students who were inducted during the ceremony: Brittany M Abernathy Kelly D Adams Julia K Armstrong John R Barger Mariam K Bartlett Rachel K Booth Elizabeth E Bristow Zachary C Brown Allison Byrn Natalia Carneiro Taylor J Carpenter Brooke N Crown Taylor B Cunningham Lori L Davis Kaylee N Dozier Lesa D Eberle Nathaniel Flocchini Sarah D Foster Emily K Haak Judge P Hartin Cheyenne Hill Aaron M Jarvis Karli E Jones Sydney G Moore Angilique M Morrison Krista L Rodney Allison Kay Smith Jacob H Spencer Gregory D Springfield Hannah A Stephens Meredith Taylor Brooke Thelen Christina E Thomas Jordan N Volkman Josie Wilhelm Katlin A Woods Students who accepted membership: Dahlton Berg Kylie K Buttram Donald E Daniels Rachel D Haberman Rookie F. Hernandez Sadie C Higgins Cheryl R Hooten Billie R House Christopher L Howard Hilary M Johnson Emmalie C Kennedy Steven W Laughlin Mattison P Lemmons Alexys J Lipscomb Karis A Marquez Cassidy R Mcconkey Ryan M Mclaughlin Blake Morgan Libby R Morris Angilique M Morrison Timothy Y Moua Anna G Parnell Hailey N Seago Colton R Stalford Baylee H Stevens Morgan L Tarrance Rylee A Willmon Laura L Wood

The Mu chapter on the NEO campus is very involved in both campus activities and off-campus events. They are committed to serve the campus by providing student workers to clean up after football games, as well as sponsoring events like Food-4-Finals, a tutoring session and meal held every semester during finals week. The Mu chapter of PTK was the first established outside of Missouri. To learn more about PTK, contact Ms. LaShawna Powers at Lashawna.powers@neo.edu.

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