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Published 6/29/2004

Owens Community College Students Inducted Into Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society

Twenty-one Owens Community College students recently were honored for their excellence in technological studies, earning membership into the Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society.

The Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society was founded in 1928 with the goal of improving the general understanding of technology, while also assisting individuals in achieving high levels of technological literacy. Active in more than 45 countries, Epsilon Pi Tau membership includes individuals serving as business executives, technicians, engineers, faculty and students. The local chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, Gamma Chi is one of over 109 chapters nationwide consisting of more than 100,000 initiates who are dedicated to enhancing educational and professional opportunities within the fields that support technology.

The overall mission of Epsilon Pi Tau is to stimulate interest and excellence within professions of technology and to promote the values and contributions of such professionals.

"Membership into Epsilon Pi Tau is an outstanding distinction that brings forth a variety of academic and professional opportunities to its inductees," said Glenn Rettig, Owens Chair of Industrial and Engineering Technologies for the Findlay- area Campus and Co-Trustee of the Epsilon Pi Tau local chapter. "Owens proudly welcomes the newest members of Epsilon Pi Tau and applauds their academic accomplishments."

Individuals receiving the honor must be recommended by one's peers for induction and should demonstrate strong leadership and academic skills.

The Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society student inductees are:

Jessica Chaudrhry of La Salle, Mich.    (Digital Media Technology)
Matthew DeVries of Toledo    (Wide-Area Networking Technology)
Norman Dotson of Perrysburg    (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Machining Certificate)
Laura Hall of Toledo    (Environmental Technology)
Christopher Harrington of Findlay    (Architectural Engineering Technology)
Ryan Hetrick of Oak Harbor    (John Deere Agricultural Technician Option)
Zachary Johnson of Perrysburg    (Manufacturing Technology)
Amber Klingen Smith of Maumee    (Digital Media Technology)
Kimberly Komorowski of Sylvania    (Biomedical Electronics Major)
Randall Kwiatkowski of Toledo    (Wide-Area Networking Technology)
Kathryn Lippert of Toledo    (Digital Media Technology)
Todd Pester of Ottawa    (Architectural Engineering Technology)
Michael Pullom Jr. of Findlay    (Quality Assurance Major)
Michael Ream of Bryan    (Automotive Technology)
Jeffrey Rice of Toledo    (Computer Electronics Major)
Justin Rose of Bellevue    (Digital Media Technology)
Matt Simpson of Toledo    (Digital Media Technology)
James Sorah of Toledo    (Computer Electronics Major)
Stephen Walbolt of Toledo    (Architectural Engineering Technology)
Robert Walton of Jerry City    (Quality Assurance Major)
Gregory Woodward of Sylvania    (Industrial and Automation Electronics Major)

Owens Community College is the fastest-growing higher educational institution in Ohio with 28 consecutive semesters of enrollment increases. On the Toledo-area and Findlay- area campuses, Owens serves more than 44,000 credit and non-credit students making it the number one choice for Northwest Ohio college students. Owens is committed to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability. Owens Community College offers over 130 program areas in Agriculture, Business, Fine and Performing Arts, Health, Public Service, Skilled Trades, Industrial and Engineering Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor's degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university.



 

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