Florida College’s Pi Gamma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society, inducted new members during a ceremony in Puckett Auditorium at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017.

Phi Theta Kappa membership requires that students attain a 3.65 GPA on at least 15 hours of coursework. The organization also emphasizes service and leadership alongside scholarship, encouraging its members to excel in all areas of life. The Florida College Pi Gamma chapter was chartered 50 years ago and is among the most highly selective in the international organization. Florida College congratulates the following students for achieving this standard and earning membership at the spring 2017 induction ceremony:

Abigail Alford
Landon Beauvais
Ethan Bingham
Leah Blankenship
Elizabeth Bowen
Haley Brasiers
Sean Bray
Logan Bridgeman
Kelton Cook
Jackson Cowley
Bailey Crim
Claire Duckworth
Joshua Duke
Hannah Dunsmore

Brent Dyer
Payten Ellsworth
Jarrett Ferguson
Jordan Guzzi
Briley Hancock
Adelia Harrell
Tyler Henderson
Abby Hudson
Elliott Johnson
Kaleb Klug
Samuel Lee
Julia LeFort
Mick Maley
Jason Mallo

Abigail Mann
Andrew Robin
Anthony Robin
Emily Roche
Ryan Sexton
Sarah Sims
Denae Sink
Jarod Stackpole
Rosie Stinson
Blake Thompson
Rachel Weaver
Emily Webb
Cameron West
Tasha Whitsitt

The new inductees join the following current members:

Sloan Hastings, President
Elisabeth Falk-Letona, Vice-President
Cassie Miller, Secretary
Rebekah Sutherland, Historian
Caroline Allen
Nolan Baker
Joshua Beckley
Stacey Beutjer
Bryce Bridgeman
Sara Craig
Meagan Dennis

Crystal Dugas
Lindsey Embry
Sylvia Gougar
Hayden Green
Maria Hagewood
Elizabeth Hammontree
Caroline Hood
Emily Hughes
Ethan Jamerson
Grace Johnson
Julie Johnson
Mark Nelson

Ellen Perkins
Cameron Piner
Laura Pinto Paez
Natalia Restrepo Gutierrez
Thomas Shaefer
Mary Stuart Shannon
Jacob Slayton
Colyn Springer
Rachel Stringer
Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
Ashlyn Underwood

Please join us in congratulating these students on their outstanding academic achievements!