National Technical Honor Society adds 13 new members
04.03.2014 | By Andrea Vasquez
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recently inducted 13 new members to the San Jacinto College South Campus chapter.
The goal of the NTHS is to see that deserving technical students be recognized for excellence in career and technical education and to create significant occupational opportunities for America's top workforce education students.
Spring 2014 inductees include: (pictured left to right) (Bottom row) Dr. Karen Alexander, San Jacinto College associate degree in nursing (ADN) mobility program director; Dora Martin, San Jacinto College nursing professor; Kevin Morris, San Jacinto College dean of business and technology; Dr. Brenda Jones, San Jacinto College provost; Diana Perez, San Jacinto College cosmetology instructor, Leslie Crnkovic, San Jacinto College non-destructive testing instructor; Elida Petkovich, San Jacinto College cosmetology professor; Amy Herrera, NTHS student president; Josephine West, San Jacinto College associate degree in nursing (ADN) mobility professor; and Shatoi Brown, San Jacinto College associate degree in nursing (ADN) mobility professor. (Second row) Sheldon Matthews, Evelyn Bravo, Martin Gonzales, Tricia Horbach, Katie Cannon, Diana Garcia, Slyvia Rodriguez, Maria Zarraga, and Darla Munoz. (Top row) Amanda Ihlenfield, Mark Navo, Brian Wagner, and Eleanor Phillips. Photo credit: Andrea Vasquez, San Jacinto College marketing, public relations, and government affairs department.
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