Phi Theta Kappa Spring Induction Ceremony Vice President Lois Alves gave the keynote address. PTK member Shaniel DeJesus (left to right) with Associate Provost Clea Andreadis and honor society officers Deanna Witter, Rhaissa Germano and Erin Gilchrist. Top Students Join National Honor Society Seventy-six Middlesex students, with GPAs of 3.7 or higher, were recently inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for two-year colleges. Recognized during the PTK Spring Induction Ceremony on the Bedford campus, the new honor society members were welcomed by Clea Andreadis, Associate Provost of Instruction and Assessment. Middlesex President Carole Cowan and Board of Trustees Chairman Royall M. Mack Sr. gave opening greetings. Lois A. Alves, Vice President of Enrollment Services, Research and Planning, gave the keynote address. Leading the induction of new members were PTK President Erin Gilchrist, Vice President Rhaissa Germano, and Secretary Deanna Witter. During the ceremony, each student was called on stage to light a candle and receive a PTK certificate from President Cowan. As a group, the members recited the PTK initiation pledge. Gabrielle Davis, MCC Student Trustee and Chairwoman of Honors in Action, delivered closing remarks. A reception with friends and family followed the ceremony. These new members join the 87 MCC students inducted into PTK during the Fall Induction Ceremony. President Carole Cowan congratulates William Riccio. New inductees recite the PTK initiation pledge. i For more information about Phi Theta Kappa, contact Melissa Welch at 978-656-3633. PTK members Shaniel DeJesus (left) and Gabrielle Davis. Proļ¬les [ 27 ]