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Kappa Delta Pi students from WVU Parkersburg present at national convocation|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Parkersburg, W.Va. 11/30/11 – Eight students from WVU Parkersburg’s Sigma Omega chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education, attended the organization’s 48th Biennial Convocation in Indianapolis, In. from Nov. 3 to 5.
Students Jordan Hershberger and Jamie Charlton along with chapter counselor Dr. Melissa Spivy presented "Passport to Excellence: First Stop, Sigma Omega." The group’s presentation focused on methods the current officers use to motivate and engage the local chapter. The chapter’s president elect, Susan Brown, served as Sigma Omega’s delegate to the national business meeting during the convocation. Other students in attendance were Jessica Williams, Kayla Burdette, Andrew Traugh, Holmes Marty and Emily Bradford.
"Kappa Delta Pi students are truly dedicated to excellence in teaching and it is an honor and a joy to work with them," said Spivy. Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society and was established in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among educators. The Sigma Omega chapter was established at West Virginia University at Parkersburg in 1992.
Front row left to right: Emily Bradley, Jamie Charlton, Jordan Hershberger, Kayla Burdette and Melissa Spivy
Back row: Andrew Traugh, Jessica Williams, Susan Brown and Holmes Marty
Jamie Charlton, Jordan Hershberger and Melissa Spivy
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