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Morningside College students inducted into education honor society

April 12, 2019, in Latest News

Morningside College’s Omicron Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education, recently inducted 20 education students as members.

Inductees included 15 students from the Morningside College Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Program and 5 students from the Morningside College Graduate Education Program.

Students inducted include:

From Iowa – Jennifer Adams, graduate student, Marion; Rebecca Bleil, junior, Moville; Chrissa Deeds, junior, Correctionville; Racine Dodd, graduate student, Garner; Katie Holmlund-Weisert, graduate student, Bettendorf; Sara Jaques, senior, Sergeant Bluff; Haley Jungers, junior, Le Mars; Trey Kluender, junior, Schleswig; Kelly Northwick, graduate student, Atlantic; Logan Roberts, junior, Shenandoah; Morgan Rosenboom, junior, Boyden; Emma Schmitz, junior, Carroll; Hannah Sibbel, junior, Manning; Melinda Ver Meer, graduate student, Lester; Anne Weber, junior, Mapleton.

From other states – Carson Cameron, sophomore, Herman, Neb.; Alex George, senior, Seward, Neb.; Krista Hogstad, senior, Pine Island, Minn.; Samuel Huska, senior, Windom, Minn.; Katelyn Stewart, senior, Crofton, Neb.

At Morningside College, Kappa Delta Pi members must have at least sophomore standing, be admitted to a teacher preparation program, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher, and express the intention on continuing in the field of education.