West Virginia University at Parkersburg
WVU Parkersburg faculty member named Phi Theta Kappa
CONTACT: Dorothy Bibbee, professor of journalism, 304-424-8247.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A West Virginia University at Parkersburg faculty member has been named a Phi Theta Kappa Faculty Scholar.
Dorothy Bibbee, professor of journalism, ranks among the top community college faculty in the country, according to national PTK officials.
"Selection as a Faculty Scholar is highly regarded," noted Rod Risley, PTK executive director. "It fulfills PTK's commitment to provide engaging opportunities for community college faculty to continue their personal and professional pursuits of academic excellence."
The Faculty Scholars are selected on the basis of academic and professional merit from a competitive applicant pool representing more than 20 states.
Mrs. Bibbee, who serves as faculty advisor to WVU Parkersburg's PTK chapter, will attend the society's Faculty Scholar Conference in Jackson, Miss. Feb. 5-8. She will also serve on the faculty of PTK's International Honors Institute to be held at the University of California, June 28-July 3.
PTK is the oldest, largest and most prestigious honor society serving two-year and community colleges in the United States, Canada, Germany and U.S. territorial possessions. Approximately 90,000 students are inducted annually into the society's 1,200 chapters.
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