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Kappa Delta Pi, Nu Theta Chapter, Holds Induction Ceremony

April 25, 2014

(From l. to r.) Professor Shelly W. Channel, inductees Kenneth Allen, Arielle Campbell, and Tyrik Thorn, and Call Me MISTER Coordinator Monroe Griffin

(From l. to r.) Professor Shelly W. Channel, inductees Kenneth Allen, Arielle Campbell, and Tyrik Thorn, and Call Me MISTER Coordinator Monroe Griffin

Kappa Delta Pi, Nu Theta Chapter, the Education International Honor Society at Cheyney University, held its Induction Ceremony on Thursday, April 24 in Harris-Turner. A special ceremony of initiating members was conducted by the Chapter Counselor, Dr. Shelly W. Channel, Chair & Associate Professor of Education and Chapter President, Arielle Campbell, Education major. 

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.  Students initiated into membership of Kappa Delta Pi, Nu Theta Chapter were Kenneth Allen, Arielle Campbell, and Tyrik Thorn.

Monroe Griffin, Coordinator of Cheyney’s Call Me MISTER Program, provided congratulatory remarks. He challenged the initiates to inspire young and old to grow by using their heritage, to develop concern for the needs of others, and to strengthen moral character and personality so that collectively, as members of Kappa Delta Pi, they may be worthy examples within the teaching profession.