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International honor society inducts Clark State tech students

International honor society inducts Clark State tech students

March 29, 2024
Five EPT student inductees in front of EPT logo. Pictured are (l-r, with program of study): Bristol Frock (registered nursing), Tiffany Washington (computer software development), Marcedes Powell (social services technology), Jessica Germann (diagnostic medical sonography), Ed Michek (management).

On March 27, Epsilon Pi Tau, an international honor society that recognizes students who earn a GPA of 3.25 or above in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of technology practitioners, inducted eight Clark State College students.

These students are Stella Barnett, who is studying early childhood education; Bristol Frock, registered nursing; Jessica Germann, diagnostic medical sonography; Ed Michek, management; Brenda Renia Martin, who is studying addiction and recovery services; Jonathan Price, computer networking; Marcedes Powell, social services technology; and Tiffany Washington, computer software development.

Students may be initiated into EPT upon completion of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours of credit.

“These students meet high academic standards and are prepared for careers that meet the needs of our workforce,” said Adrienne Forgette, Ph.D., Clark State’s vice president of academic affairs. “They have developed leadership skills, research skills and are becoming professionals who others will look up to.”

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