17
April
2014
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03:11 PM
America/Chicago

Urban Ed Students Inducted into Prestigious Honor Society

27 urban education students were recently inducted into UHD's Omega Phi chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), the International Honor Society in Education. Kappa Delta Pi was established in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among teachers and education administrators. In order to be eligible to join KDP, education students must have completed at least 30 college credit hours with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0.

Spring 2014 KDP inductees include:

Erica Bostic, Jacob Cerda, Kelli Cruz, Karina Davalos, Belinda De León, Celia Delgadillo , Lindsey Elkhatib, Theodore Fletcher, Nidia Flores, Cathryn George, Jessica Hernández, Gaby Limón, Maira Lopez, Mylly Maldonado, Paula Martin, Rosalinda Morgan, Hailey Ngo, Kylee Rabel, Brenda Ramirez, Flor Rivas, Leticia Rodríguez, Mayra Rodríguez, Jessica Sheffield, Pamela Stewart, David Thompson, Jasmine Truong and Liliana Valdéz.

Faculty members Christal Burnett and Colin Dalton, UHD KDP co-sponsors, would like to thank the following cadets from BPOC # 274 for assisting with the ceremony: Christopher Ashmore, Oscar Castiblano, John Cox, Robert Gunner, Christopher Johnson, Samantha Kneisley and Ross Woods.

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