Kappa Delta Pi inducts 14 new members
The Phi Pi chapter Kappa Delta Pi at The Citadel has inducted 14 new members from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies into the international honor society for education.
Tony Wayne Johnson, dean of the School of Education delivered the keynote address at the Nov. 17 induction ceremony at The Citadel.
Organized to recognize excellence in education, Kappa Delta Pi selects its membership from those who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards, and promise in teaching and allied professions. It encourages
improvement, distinction in achievement, and contributions to education. Kappa Delta Pi is an honor society of, about, and for educators.
This year’s inductees were Carla Black, Georgetown; Adrian Busch, Charleston; Maurice Cannon, Charleston; Andria Cole, Hanahan; Leslie Johnson, Summerville; Darlin Jordan, Goose Creek; Kerri Kirkley, Charleston; Donna Melville, Charleston; Christie Rankin, Mount Pleasant; Terri Siders, Charleston; Janelle Soder, Charleston; Katie Stapleton, Charleston; Jodie Swanigan, Charleston; and
Ander Worthy, Charleston