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Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society Inducts New Members

The following Malone University education majors were initiated into the Rho Tau chapter of Kappa Delta Pi for the 2010 fall semester. Founded in 1911 at the University of Illinois, Kappa Delta Pi is the oldest and largest international education honor society in the United States. Membership is open to students who have earned a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, show potential or have achieved education leadership, and exemplify worthy educational ideas. The Society inducts only those individuals who have exhibited the ideals of scholarship, integrity in service, and commitment to excellence in teaching and its allied professions. Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi is based on high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession.

  • Ashley Beatty, a junior intervention specialist major from New Philadelphia
  • Krystian Bender, a degreed educator from Massillon
  • Brittany Bordine, a junior early childhood education major from Canton
  • Amanda Cefaratti, a senior mathematics major from Kirtland
  • Krista Easterly, a junior early childhood education major from Canton
  • Katelin Everhard, a junior middle childhood education major from Wadsworth
  • Brittany Gardner, a sophomore early childhood education major from Dalton
  • Tiffany George, a junior middle childhood education major from Akron
  • Ashley Hafner, a sophomore intervention specialist major from Bolivar
  • Hannah Harker, a sophomore Spanish education major from Marshallville
  • Erin Leffler, a sophomore intervention specialist major from Massillon
  • Kayla Lung, a sophomore early childhood education major from Canton
  • Megan McAbee, a sophomore integrated language arts major from North Canton
  • Matt McConnell, a sophomore middle childhood education major from Applecreek
  • Kim McPherson, a degreed educator from Hanoverton
  • Debra Nign, a degreed educator from Carrollton
  • Kelsey O’Neill, a senior integrated language arts major from Medina
  • Kimberley Pratt, a degreed educator from Barberton
  • Michael Roberts, a junior integrated social studies major from Madison
  • Jennifer Sharp, a junior Spanish education major from Prospect
  • Karre Thompson, a senior intervention specialist major from East Canton
  • Courtney Willoughby, a junior middle childhood education major from Canton
  • Jessica Wingerter, a senior early childhood major from Carrollton