Students Inducted Into Technology Honors Society

Manchester, CT – June 19, 2006 . . . The Epsilon Pi Tau International Honorary for Professions in Technology at Manchester Community College recently inducted 29 new members during the spring 2006 semester. The new inductees are:

Stephen Martell of Ashford

Joseph Connors of East Hampton

Ralph Halvorsen of East Hartford

William Hitchko of Ellington

Arian Johnson of Glastonbury

Tonilynne Milios of Glastonbury

Kenneth Groves of Hartford

Robert Santiago of Hartford

Laurie Gauthier of Manchester

Anil Karunanidhi of Manchester

Russell Lavallee of Manchester

Leslie Manna of Manchester

Gerardo Michele of Manchester

Stephen Ntoni of Manchester

Adam Swagger of Manchester

Kevin Levesque of Manchester

Christopher Peltier of Mansfield Center

Stefan Olson of Marlborough

Daniel Garlans of Middletown

Jan Cabcaben of Newington

Ray Romano of South Windsor

Joshua Nishball of Storrs
James Reiman of Storrs

Stephen Gabbert of Vernon

Brian Hadix of Vernon

Joel Kerr of Vernon

Michael Myles of Vernon

Tri Nguyen of Windsor

Timothy White of Windsor

Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes the academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions. It also extends the honor of membership and advancement activities to outstanding practitioners in the technology professions, scholars with exemplary research interests in technology in society and/or persons who have significantly supported or advanced technology professions.

Epsilon Pi Tau continually seeks to serve, support, and strengthen the technology professions through publications, conferences, thought leadership, and alliances with corporations, professional associations, government agencies, and nongovernmental organizations.

Epsilon Pi Tau has inducted 75,000 members since its inception, with about 16,000 active members. As the premier academic and professional honors group for technology programs in higher education, workforce development programs, and professionals in practice, Epsilon Pi Tau has provided honor and distinction to members, institutions, programs, and individuals throughout the world for 75 years. Members reside in every state of the United States and in 49 other nations.

Students of any age who possess the desire to pursue higher education are welcome at Manchester Community College. MCC is proud of its academic excellence, new facilities, flexible schedules, small classes, low tuition and faculty with both academic and “real world” credentials. The College offers over 60 programs, transfer options, financial aid and scholarships, as well as access to baccalaureate degrees through guaranteed admissions programs with several universities. MCC is situated on a park-like campus and is easily accessible from I-84.


News Item Posted On: June 20, 2006
For Additional Information Contact: Endia DeCordova-Murphy at (860) 512-2914