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Alexandria Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society holds Induction Ceremony

November 12, 2008

Ashley King (Environmental Protection Agency), far left, Provost Jonathan Gueverra (AL) (third from the right), Acting Dean of Students Frances Villagran-Glover (AL) (second from right) and Chris Mastromarino, Student Government president (far right), newly Inducted Phi Theta Kappa member, all pose with the officers of the Tau Nu Chapter.

On October 23, the Tau Nu Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society held their Induction Ceremony, inducting 112 new members. The guest speaker was Ashley King, director of Methane to Markets Partnership Secretariat, Environmental Protection Agency. She spoke on the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and how important it is for Phi Theta Kappa members to become involved in climate policy change, as well as efforts to preserve the environment on an individual and personal level.

Steven Jones, a high school senior, was formally inducted into the Tau Nu Chapter as an Honorary Member by Michael DiPaula, alumni president of the Tau Nu Chapter, in recognition of Jones' significant contributions to chapter activities and community service initiatives over the past two years.

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