Richard Bland College Announces Honor Society Inductees
Thirty students from Richard Bland College of William & Mary were recently inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for academic achievement, joining 28 RBC students in the organization. Students earning a 3.5 grade point average or higher during the academic year are eligible for membership into the Alpha Beta Omicron Chapter of PTK, which specifically honors Richard Bland students. The College now boasts 148 PTK members.
Chesterfield: Elizabeth Alexander (Thomas Dale HS), Trevor Davis (Matoaca), Julia De la Pena Juarez (Lloyd C. Bird), Jasmine Hickson (Chesterfield Community HS), Abigail Holmes (Homeschooled), Christina Ozoroski (Matoaca HS), Anna Thomas (Matoaca HS), Selena Simmons (Thomas Dale HS)
Carson: Miranda Kaufman (James Monroe HS)
Colonial Heights: Jeremy Narrow (Colonial Heights HS)
Dinwiddie: Jayden Jefferson (Dinwiddie HS), Madison Koren (Dinwiddie HS), Noah Muskett (Dinwiddie HS), Jaysen Pilger (Dinwiddie HS), Daniel Trevino (Dinwiddie HS)
Loudoun County: Thulani Jayasinghe (Rock Ridge HS)
Petersburg: Sarah Mitchell (Homeschooled), Mary Rackley (Appomattox Reg Gov Arts & Tech),
Prince George: Caden Chartrand (Prince George HS), Masako Kaneko (Prince George), Skye Powroznick (Prince George HS), Sydney Setchel (Prince George)
Richmond: Alexandra Swaney (Greely HS)
Virginia Beach: Cassidy Richardson (Princess Anne HS)
Waverly: Allison Monahan (Homeschooled)
International: Royal Asadzade (Baku, Azerbaijan/ADA School), Chieh Ting Choy (Taipei City, Taiwan/Tatung HS, Sangjae Lee (Phnom Penh, Cambodia/Cambodia International Academy, Poh Sam Ng (Selangor, Malaysia/Asia Pacific International), Tianyi Zhao (Shihezi Xinjiang, China/Shihezi No.1 Senior High)
“Induction into PTK is a well-deserved honor and recognition for students who have achieved academic excellence,” said Dr. Tyler Hart, Provost. “The College applauds each of them for their leadership during a hybrid learning experience due to the coronavirus pandemic.”
Established in 1918, Phil Theta Kappa International Honors Society serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievements of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through honors leadership and service programming. Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.3 million members and 1,200 chapters located in 50 states, U.S. territories, Canada and Germany.