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Numerous Local Ivy Tech Students Honored for Academic Achievements

Posted On March 28, 2016

Press release by Ivy Tech Community College 

(Undated) – More than 30 Ivy Tech Community College students have been honored for their academic achievements.

The Beta Gamma Tau Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at the Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg/Batesville campuses inducted the following new members for the 2015-2016 academic year. The students are listed with their programs of study and hometowns.

  • Marianne Adams, General Studies, Florence, Kentucky
  • Andrew Allen, Information Technology, Batesville
  • Lindsay Back, Nursing, Oldenburg
  • Jalin Bailey, Human Services, Batesville
  • Shirley Baker, Human Services, Lawrenceburg
  • Brook Batch, Education, West Harrison
  • Misty Bennie, Nursing, Lawrenceburg
  • Jeffery Borson, Advanced Automation Robotics, West Harrison
  • Ashley Brandy, General Studies, Guilford
  • Cheyenne Burress, Liberal Arts, Dillsboro
  • Gregory Campbell, Business, Aurora
  • Kerry Finley, Undecided, Aurora
  • Stephanie Fullenkamp , Health Care Support Imaging, Batesville
  • Olivia Goble, Business, Aurora
  • Julia Gosnell, Healthcare Specialist RN Interest, Milroy
  • Isabella Gramaglia, Journalism, Versailles
  • David Gray, General Studies, Lawrenceburg
  • Jonathan Hart, Psychology, Greendale
  • Kay Lynam, General Studies, North Bend, Ohio
  • Jonathan McDonald, Software Development, Lawrenceburg
  • Ashton Neeley , Human Services, Brooksville
  • Jonah Price, Criminal Justice, Lawrenceburg
  • Troy Quillen, Engineering electrical, Lawrenceburg
  • Samantha Rehorst, Education, Lawrenceburg
  • Rachel Romans, Business, Aurora Mark Slone, Architecture, Fairfield, Ohio
  • Luke Satchwill, Business, Aurora
  • Rita Simon, Healthcare Specialist, Osgood
  • Sherri Smith, Nursing, Versailles
  • Robert Stephens, Nursing, Sunman
  • Jennifer Stevens, Nursing, Osgood
  • Kimberly Wenning, Nursing, Moores Hill
  • Victoria Ziegler, Business, Burlington, Kentucky

Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for two year colleges that recognizes academic achievement and provides opportunity for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship.