2 April Thirty-one Named Phi Theta Kappa Continued Excellence Advisors Tweet April 2, 2015 Events & Awards, Press Room Events Awards, Press Room 0 Jackson, MS - Thirty-one Phi Theta Kappa advisors will be honored with the Continued Excellence Award for Advisors, presented by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society during NerdNation 2015, the annual convention, in San Antonio, Texas, April 16-18. Recipients will receive commemorative medallions and be honored during the Association of Chapter Advisors Luncheon and the Second General Session.The Continued Excellence Award for Advisors recognizes advisors who have served at least four years and have previously won a Distinguished Advisor Award. Award-winning advisors have made significant contributions to the growth of the individual chapter members, served as the chapter's advocate on campus, and encouraged the chapter to be involved on the local, regional, and/or international level of the organization. Advisors were nominated by their chapters through the Hallmark Awards application process. They were selected by a panel of judges from 45 nominees worldwide.The 2015 Continued Excellence Award for Advisors winners are:Cindy ArmijoBeta Mu Nu ChapterLuna Community CollegeLas Vegas, New MexicoDan BaileyAlpha Omega Gamma ChapterAshland Community and Technical CollegeAshland, KentuckyCherie BarthBeta Gamma Epsilon ChapterStark State CollegeNorth Canton, OhioMaria BotelloPsi Kappa ChapterSt. Philip's CollegeSan Antonio, TexasJoseph BrockwayOmega Omega ChapterMountain View CollegeDallas, TexasChristine CaseBeta Theta Omicron ChapterSkyline CollegeSan Bruno, CaliforniaAnthony CornettXi Pi ChapterPolk State CollegeWinter Haven, FloridaGigi DelkAlpha Omicron ChapterTyler Junior CollegeTyler, TexasMelanie DixonChi Delta ChapterEast Central CollegeUnion, MissouriTamara Frank-PourvadyAlpha Omega Nu ChapterEdgecombe Community CollegeRocky Mount, North CarolinaJosephine FrittsAlpha Psi Tau ChapterOzarks Technical Community CollegeSpringfield, MissouriTammy FuentezTau Theta ChapterLabette Community CollegeParsons, KansasLori GarrettAlpha Psi Eta ChapterParkland CollegeChampaign, IllinoisRichard GeorgesBeta Omicron Sigma ChapterH. Lavity Stoutt Community CollegeRoad Town Tortola, British Virgin IslandsSue GroveZeta Eta ChapterRiverland Community CollegeAustin, MinnesotaLiesl HarrisBeta Lambda Delta ChapterJefferson State Community CollegeBirmingham, AlabamaKari KahlerAlpha Rho Pi ChapterNorthwestern Michigan CollegeTraverse City, MichiganCharles LakePi Psi ChapterFaulkner State Community CollegeBay Minette, AlabamaMary LinderOmicron Psi ChapterGrayson CollegeDenison, TexasNancy LongIota Alpha ChapterTrinity Valley Community CollegeAthens, TexasLisa MaconChi Epsilon ChapterValencia CollegeOrlando, FloridaPaul ModaAlpha Kappa Mu ChapterBunker Hill Community CollegeBoston, MassachusettsMichael OduAlpha Lambda Alpha ChapterHillsborough Community CollegeTampa, FloridaRobin Rich-CoatesAlpha Pi Chi ChapterEastern Shore Community CollegeMelfa, VirginiaRyan RuckelBeta Tau Gamma ChapterPearl River Community CollegeHattiesburg, MississippiChristine SolomonAlpha Epsilon Omicron ChapterTrident Technical CollegeCharleston, South CarolinaJennifer St. PierreAlpha Nu Omega ChapterHarrisburg Area Community CollegeHarrisburg, PennsylvaniaVickie TaylorUpsilon Phi ChapterDanville Community CollegeDanville, VirginiaLinda TetzlaffAlpha Kappa Alpha ChapterNormandale Community CollegeBloomington, MinnesotaTommy ThompsonAlpha Zeta Omicron ChapterCedar Valley CollegeLancaster, TexasBarbara WhitneyRho Zeta ChapterBig Bend Community CollegeMoses Lake, WashingtonPhi Theta Kappa Honor Society, headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, is the largest honor society in higher education with 1,285 chapters on college campuses in all 50 of the United States, plus Canada, Germany, the Republic of Palau, Peru, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the British Virgin Islands, the United Arab Emirates and U.S. territorial possessions. More than 3 million students have been inducted since its founding in 1918, with approximately 134,000 students inducted annually. Comments are closed.