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40 NC State Education Students Inducted into Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society

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The NC State College of Education inducted 40 students into the Omicron Rho chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education, during an initiation ceremony Nov. 30 in Poe Hall:

  • Osman Aksit, Science Education
  • Jamel A. Anderson-Ruff, School Administration
  • Lance Atkinson, Secondary Social Studies Education
  • Scott Bak, Secondary Social Studies Education
  • Sydney Catherine Baysden, Elementary Education
  • Shaun R. Bennett, Technology Education
  • Casey Bohnenblusch, Elementary Education
  • Rebecca Byrd, Secondary English Education
  • Emily Cayton, Science Education
  • Bria M. Chavis, Secondary Social Studies Education
  • Kristen Rae Chew, Adult & Community College Education
  • Jennifer Ciampi, Elementary Education
  • Nathan R. Cole, Secondary Social Studies Education
  • Rebekah S. Davis, Learning, Design & Technology
  • Gregory A. Downing, Mathematics & Statistics Education
  • Megan Ennes, Science Education
  • Madeleine Garcia-Johnson, Middle Grades Social Studies Education
  • Alyssa Nicole Garrity, School Counseling
  • Kelsi Harris, Elementary Education
  • Kayleigh Scarlett Hopper, Elementary Education
  • Frank R. Huisking, Jr., Middle Grades Social Studies Education
  • Douglas A. Hummer, Adult, Workforce, & Continuing Professional Education
  • Donna B. Irvin, Mathematics Education
  • Jada N. Jackson, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Jasmyn Kymberly Jones, Elementary Education
  • Cristina Chase Lane, Elementary Education
  • Julia Lowe, Secondary English Education
  • Elizabeth McBride, Secondary English Education
  • Desiree McClarnon, Secondary English Education
  • Carrie Leigh Mitran, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Makenzie Moore, Elementary Education
  • Ming Yue Ng, Middle Grades Education
  • Jacob Olen Nester, Agriculture Education
  • Syeda Saba, Elementary Education
  • Khrista Roberts Simmons, Educational Administration & Supervision
  • Sara D. Vandermolen, Elementary Education
  • Madison Weidner, Elementary Education
  • Jennifer Williams, New Literacies & Global Learning
  • Robert Joseph Williams, Secondary Social Studies Education
  • TaNeisha Winters, Special Education

The society inducts only those individuals who have exhibited the ideals of scholarship, integrity in service, and commitment to excellence in teaching and its allied professions. Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi is based on high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession.

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is a 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education, provide a reasoned voice for significant issues, and link learning communities of educators. Through its programs, services, and strategic partnerships, KDP supports the professional growth and teaching practices of educators throughout all phases and levels of their careers. The organization currently has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of nearly 40,000 worldwide.