Gateway PTK Chapter Gathers National Honors

The Gateway Community and Technical College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the nations largest academic honor society for two-year colleges, received national recognition at the organizations recent annual convention in Nashville.

Gateways Beta Pi Tau chapter received the Distinguished Chapter award, Honors in Action award, and College Project award along with various chapter development awards. Bobbie Stubbeman of Walton, Gateway chapter president, won the Distinguished Chapter Officer award for the Kentucky region.

The chapter also earned one of only four nationally awarded Honors Case Study Challenges. This was the first time a Kentucky region chapter earned one of these awards.

We look forward to continued service and collaboration on campus and with our fellow students, said Jessica Glover, Gateway Phi Theta Kappa lead advisor. The hard work of our student members has made a name for the Gateway chapter.