Curry College recently inducted 17 students and three faculty members to its newly established Delta Chi Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society, the premier academic and professional honors group for technology programs.
“An honor society is a recognition of academic excellence in your chosen field of study. Offering this level of recognition to our students was important because technology is a complex field with many different areas of expertise and proficiency,” says Deanna Gordon, chair, Applied Technology department. “Our students work very hard to achieve academic success, and recognizing this success is important to our entire community.”
Leaders from Epsilon Pi Tau recently recognized the academic excellence of Curry students in a special virtual ceremony on May 14. Since its inception at Ohio State University in 1929, Epsilon Pi Tau has inducted more than 90,000 members, including members throughout the U.S. and from 49 countries around the world.
“Our first inductees will rally together in the fall and build a community on our campus that will encourage the academic and social network of technology scholars. I eagerly await the fall when our inductees will be able to meet as a group,” adds Gordon.
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