PTK Induction Ceremony, Lecture Series Kickoff Oct. 22
For additional information, contact Paul Bibbee, professor of drafting, 304-424-8312.
West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Sigma Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa will conduct its fall 2000 induction ceremony on campus at 4 p.m., Sunday (Oct. 22) in the Caperton Center for Applied Technology auditorium.
Seventeen new members will be inducted into the PTK chapter. The ceremony is open to the public and also begins PTK’s 2000-2001 Lecture Series.
"In the Midst of Water: Origin and Destiny of Life" is the honor study theme for the lecture series. Jeff Ward, a student at WVU Parkersburg majoring in engineering technology, will present the first lecture, "The Demands on the World’s Fresh Water Supply." A five-star member of the PTK chapter, Ward is an outdoorsman whose hobbies include fishing, hunting and hiking.
PTK is an international honorary society for students in two-year colleges. Additional information is available by contacting faculty advisors Paul or Dottie Bibbee.
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