National Honor Society Inducts SUNY Canton Students

Phi Theta KappaSUNY Canton students were recently recognized for their academic excellence through their induction into the Lambda Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

Phi Theta Kappa was formed in 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious honor society serving associate-level students around the world. As members, students must maintain a high grade point average and stay involved with the community through service-oriented projects.

Induction into Phi Theta Kappa is among the highest honors available to undergraduate students.

Among the Spring 2009 inductees were: (photo gallery available here)

  • Elizabeth Adams, an undeclared major from Nunda
  • Tamara Armstrong, an undeclared major from Norfolk
  • Courtney Bach, an Early Childhood major from Fayetteville
  • Michael Bagalonis, a Mechanical Engineering Technology major from Baldwinsville
  • Heidi Baker, an Office Technology major from Madrid
  • Noelle Barse, an Accounting major from Massena
  • Justin Blinn, a Motorsports Performance and Repair major from Lake Placid
  • Devon Bond, an Electrical Construction and Maintenance major from Winthrop
  • Ashley Bourgeois, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton
  • Megan Boyer, a Criminal Justice major from Penfield
  • Karah Burns, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Spencerport
  • John Butler, a Liberal Arts major from Canton
  • Brandon Colby, a Business Administration major from Norwood
  • Larissa DeLair, a Liberal Arts major from Lisbon
  • Joel Dsouza, an undeclared major from Massena
  • Reid Finn, a Criminal Justice major from Canton
  • Rebecca Fischer, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Petersburg
  • Homero Flores, a Mechanical Engineering Technology major from Tamaulipas, Mexico
  • Celena Gilman, an undeclared major from Massena
  • Christina Harman, a Nursing major from South Colton
  • Kale Hitchman, an Engineering Science major from Hannawa Falls
  • Zachary Hogg, a Liberal Arts major from Russell
  • Evan Johnson, an undeclared major from Cooperstown
  • Julie Kreider, a Nursing major from Gouverneur
  • Zachary Lemanquais, a Liberal Arts major from Potsdam
  • Josephene Mailu, a Health Science major from Potsdam
  • Danielle May, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Warsaw
  • Alison McGinn, a Physical Therapist Assistant major from Potsdam
  • Ashlee Montville, an undeclared major from Massena
  • Matthew Myers, an Electrical Construction and Maintenance major from Brandon, Vt.
  • Phillip Newman, an Electrical Construction and Maintenance major from Constable
  • Brett Nortz, an Engineering Science major from Watertown
  • Kayla Peets, a Criminal Justice major from Massena
  • Shamira Perez, an undeclared major from Syracuse
  • Lauren Pitman, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton
  • Nathan Reed, a Physical Therapist Assistant major from Canton
  • Kristin Richards, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg
  • Adam Roach, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Ogdensburg
  • Mark Roundpoint, a Physical Therapist Assistant major from Canton
  • Nouman Saeed, a Business Administration major from Canton
  • Roger Smith, a Criminal Justice major from Lawrenceville
  • Edward Stanimer, an Individual Studies major from Canton
  • Hannah Stephens, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Spencer
  • Linda Stevens, a Nursing major from Canton
  • Michael Thorpe, an undeclared major from Ogdensburg
  • Thomas Titherington, an Electrical Engineering Technology major from Plattsburgh
  • Andrew Toyo, a Liberal Arts major from Gouverneur
  • Kristina Tucker, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Ilion
  • Heather Vanalstine, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton
  • Daniel Vanderlinden, an Automotive Technology major from Tenafly, NJ
  • Bradley Waite, an undeclared major from Norwood
  • Deborah Whalen, a Nursing major from Massena
  • Cheri Whitton, a Health Science major from Hermon
  • Ying Yang, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Chengdu, China, and currently living in Canton

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 100 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams belong to the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

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