The Madison College chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society earned two awards at the annual international convention in Orlando.
The chapter team received a Distinguished College Project award as one of the top 30 in the world out of nearly 1,300 chapters. The team’s two 2018 projects entries also earned them a hallmark award for top 50 Distinguished Chapter (in the world). In the history of Madison College, the local PTK chapter has won two hallmark awards (Top 50 Distinguished Chapters 2014, 2016). The students' work last year earned them two more.
College Project — Student Food Security: Brittany Campbell (student leader), Kalia Vang, Jhoan Cosme-Torres, Steven Ansorge and Marty Crabbs (advisor) in partnership with Student Senate (resource fair) and Student Food Security impact team (resources guide).
Honors in Action Project — Campus Safety, Active Shooter Preparedness Training for Students: Brandy Nobles (student leader), Brooke Slinde, Andrew Allison, Lucas de Santana Gavioli, Alison Malek, Juan Ocampo-Soto, Jack Donahoo, Paul, Kleinschmidt, and Angelika Gulbis (advisor).
Please join PTK in celebrating these accomplishment and the students world-class performance.
Published April 10, 2019. Updated April 15, 2019.