April 2, 2015
International honor society in education initiates 12 members
Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education welcomed 12 new members on Sunday, March 29. Inductees have achieved a high level of scholarship, leadership, and service in the College of Education and are at least sophomore standing or graduate students.
This year's inductees include: Alana Avery, junior in elementary education from Olathe; Amanda Boeding, junior in elementary education from Seneca; Cassidy Bristol, graduate student in school counseling from McLouth; Sara Devine, senior in secondary social studies education and first year graduate student in special education from Hoxie; Shelby Dinkel, junior in secondary journalism education from Salina; Sarah Margaret Heffernon, junior in secondary mathematics education and mathematics from Stilwell; Raegan Hermreck, sophomore in secondary business education from Onaga; Sydney Ho, junior in secondary mathematics education and mathematics from Topeka; Sara McConnell, junior in secondary social studies education with a special education emphasis from Leawood; Katelyn Niehues, sophomore in family and consumer sciences education from Seneca; Rachael Roudybush, junior in elementary education from Wamego; and Alexandra Watson, sophomore in secondary mathematics education from Shawnee.
Kappa Delta Pi was established in 1911 at the University of Illinois to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership and service. The organization currently has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of nearly 40,000 worldwide. The Kansas State University Iota Xi chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is dedicated to focusing on education and service by holding monthly meetings with an educational professional presenter and participating in local service projects. For more information about Kappa Delta Pi or the events it sponsors, please contact Rituals Chair Shannon Oakley at email@example.com.