EWC Phi Theta Kappa inducted 31 new members

PTK Spring 2016 Inductees

Spring 2016 inductees:
Front row left to right: Chelsea Baars, Sophia Arensdorf, Kurtis Shannon, Adrian Torres, Ruiz, Denton Shaw, Shelby Welsh, and Madison Vitt
Middle row left to right: Rebecca Gilbert, Susan VanMatre, Katrina Terrell, Bailey Stovall, Kylee Gaukel, Kaye Cunningham, Jessica Rossi, Carna Prokic, Ashlee Nollette, Jacob Green, Anna Perez Gomez
Back Row from left to right: Johnathan Weitzel, Blaine Wilker, Eddie Swan, Wyatt Winget, Elias Chavez, and Paul Cole Not pictured: Kayla Caylor, Ian Cottrell, Frank Falcon, Stacy Gutierrez, Allison Hajenga, Marissa Meyer

Eastern Wyoming College is pleased to announce that twenty-nine students were initiated into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society on February 2, 2016.  Students initiated into the Alpha Omicron Lambda Chapter of PTK include:  Sophia Arensdorf, Ogallala, NE; Chelsea Baars, Lusk, WY; Kayla Caylor, Upton, WY; Elias Chavez, Torrington, WY; Paul Cole, Torrington, WY; Ian Cottrell, Torrington, WY; Kaye Cunningham, Torrington, WY; Frank Falcon, Manville, WY; Kylee Gaukel, Keeline, WY; Rebecca Gilbert, Sheridan, WY; Anna Perez Gomez, Canet de Mar, Spain; Jacob Green, Torrington, WY; Stacy Gutierrez, Torrington, WY; Allison Hajenga, Judith Gap, MT; Marissa Meyer, Wheatland, WY; Ashlee Nollette, Whitman, NE; Carna Prokic, Subotica, Serbia; Jessica Rossi, Phippsburg, CO; Adrian Torres Ruiz, Madrid, Spain; Kurtis Shannon, Yoder, WY; Denton Shaw, Lusk, WY; Bailey Stovall, Torrington, WY; Eddie Swan, Mornington, Australia; Katrina Terrell, Yuma, CO; Susan VanMatre, Sinclair, WY; Madison Vitt, Ft. Bridger, WY; Johnathan Weitzel, Mitchell, NE; Shelby Welsh, Ogallala, NE; William White, Torrington, WY; Blaine Wilker, Yoder, WY; Wyatt Winget, Torrington, WY.

The Keynote Speakers for the event was Rick Vonburg, Division Chair for Business and Technology, Statistics Instructor and Dr. Rick Patterson, President.

Phi Theta Kappa’s mission is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programs.