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WVU Parkersburg Phi Theta Kappa chapter is four for four.
CONTACT: Paul or Dottie Bibbee, PTK faculty advisers, 304-424-8312 or 203 424-8247.
And the winner for the fourth
consecutive year is: West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Phi Theta Kappa
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The college’s Sigma Omega chapter of PTK won the most distinguished chapter award for the fourth year in a row at the 2003 Virginia Regional PTK Convention held in Portsmouth, Va. March 7-8.
To capture its fourth most distinguished honor, the chapter garnered first place for the fellowship and service hallmark categories and third place in the leadership hallmark bracket. Its memory book placed first and the chapter received a Pinnacle award for membership. The chapter attained five-star PTK status for the fifth consecutive year.
In addition, three WVU Parkersburg students were inducted into the Virginia Region’s PTK Hall of Honor for service to their chapter. They included chapter president Stephanie Cunningham, Shari McDonald and Jason Caltrider who is the chapter’s vice president and the outgoing secretary for the Virginia Region.
Parkersburg’s PTK chapter was elected as the Virginia Regional honors chair for the new year. WVU Parkersburg student Amber Stull was inducted as the chapter’s representative to this position and will service with five other regional officers.
Three members of the Parkersburg campus chapter will advance to the international convention in Anaheim, Calif. in April. WVU Parkersburg faculty members Paul and Dottie Bibbee serve as the chapter's advisers.
PTK is an international honor society for two-year institutions of higher education. There are 46 chapters in the Virginia region which includes Virginia and West Virginia.
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