Danville Community College (DCC) recognized more than 50 inductees into its Upsilon Phi Chapter of International Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa during a virtual ceremony on Friday, Oct. 16.
The 2020 inductees are from the city of Danville, Halifax County and Pittsylvania County.
New inductees include Hannah Adkins, Jacob Adkins, Shiane Arthur, Zechariah Bennett, Julianne Breedlove, Elsie Bryant, Berenice Carranza, Catherine Carter, Elizabeth Chandler, Keelie Chattin, Bailey Coleman, Michael Coleman, Bessie Davis, Bobbie Dillion, Faith Doss, Nyjal Ehirim, Anna Ewing, Lydia Ferguson, Savanna Freeman, Baylee French, Kenyon Gregory, Madison Gunnell, Patrick Haney, Jacob Hardy, Jordan Harper, Ashley Harris, Whitney Hawker, Asa Herndon, Benjamin Hundley, Wednesday James, Jada Jones, Farrah Lynskey, Faith Marilla, Haley Marlowe, Drew Marshall, Caleb McClimans, Taylor Moorman, Madison Morrison, Willard Moshenek, Leilanie Nichols, Kathryn Nunley, Kaitlyn Ritchie, Chloe Rivera, David Robertson, Rafet Sams, Rebecca Shadrick, Santiago Silva Mendoza, Jennifer Spicer, Sharonda Swanson. Aidan Thomas, Leah Thompson, Sanaa Tighazrati, Nora Wiggins, Christopher Willard, Tristan Woodard and Kendall Wright.
Student volunteers and faculty advisors for the Upsilon Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa met on Saturday, Oct. 17, for PTK’s Street Cleanup Day. This event, which takes place in the fall and spring every year the day after induction, involves DCC students and personnel cleaning the areas around roadways around campus as part of the chapter’s service-learning objectives.
Danville Community College is a two-year institution of higher education under the state-wide Virginia Community College System. DCC’s service area includes the City of Danville, Pittsylvania County, and Halifax County. For more information about the college’s nearly 100 programs of study, visit www.danville.edu.