Cameron welcomes new members to Kappa Delta Pi education honor society - Spring 2016

Cameron University’s Upsilon Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education, welcomes 32 new members. An induction ceremony for 22 students took place on the Cameron campus last week. An additional 10 students who are pursuing degrees through Cameron’s elementary education program at Rogers State University in Claremore will be inducted on May 2.

Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi requires high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession. Only those who have exhibited the ideals of scholarship, integrity in service, and commitment to excellence in teaching and its allied professions are granted membership.

CU students inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, listed by hometown, are:

Adair: Amy Webb

Blair: Lauren Hayes

Cache:  Skyler Dabney

Claremore:  Bethany Dary; Amanda Lair, Porsche Piland

Collinsville:  Brandon Schmauss, Stephane Wendland

Cyril:  Brigette Thompson

Elgin:  Adriana Dye, Crystal Edwards, Kayla Wander

Hastings: Megan Medlinger

Indiahoma:  Brittany Blakesley

Inola:  Jessica Smith

Lawton:  Angela Baumann, Amanda Bell, Patrick Copeland, Cody De Vilbiss, Yolanda Felton, Jessica Gaines, Krista Hubbard, Mary Kinnamore, Shellbie Morales, Hannah Muirhead

Marlow:  Kristen Dickerson

Ochelata:  Lacie McCracken

Pearland, Texas:  Raven Hatton

Skiatook:  Chelsea Blevins

Uvalde, Texas:  Kayla Vernor

Vinita:  Lacy Simmons

Wichita Falls, Texas:  Camisha McClellan

For more information about education programs at Cameron University, contact the Department of Education at 580-581-2320.

About Kappa Delta Pi

Founded in 1911, Kappa Delta Pi is the largest honor society in education, representing 572 undergraduate and professional chapters and more than 45,000 active members. Its most distinguished members over the last century have included Margaret Mead, Albert Einstein, George Washington Carver, and current leaders in education Howard Gardner, Maxine Greene and Carol Gilligan.



April 15, 2016