MCC Students Inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau, International Technology Honor Society

Manchester, CT – (July 2, 2012) . . . Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honor society which recognizes current and future leaders in technology professions, recently inducted 29 Manchester Community College students into its Gamma Phi chapter. This year’s ceremony was hosted by Manchester Community College.

Established in 1929 at Ohio State University, the Epsilon Pi Tau society now has over 125 chapters serving students at accredited two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Its mission is to encourage academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the general study of technology and to prepare practitioners for the technology professions. The Gamma Phi chapter represents the community colleges in Connecticut.

The Manchester Community College students are:
Michael Abarca of Manchester, Thomas Burnham of East Windsor, Travis Bush of Vernon, Joseph Buyonje of Vernon, Jonathan Chi of Wethersfield, Gabriel Choleva of Hebron, Michael Correnti of Hampton, Tabitha Freeman of Meriden, Ryan Hull of Harwinton, Robert Johnson III of Glastonbury, Marquette Jones of Manchester, Michael Massie of Ledyard, Jesse McVaney of Haddam, Matthew Miner of Manchester, Mark Pasqualini of South Windsor, Matthew Pidgeon of Manchester, Todd Piskura of Newington, Edwin Rivera of Hartford, Kevin Robino of South Windsor, Wojciech Sieczek of West Hartford, James Skladnowski of Wethersfield, Brett Sneider of Broad Brook, Karlene Thomas of Tolland, Scott Twelves of Glastonbury, James Unitis of Windsor, Evan Villanova of Ellington, Joshua Wells of Enfield, William Worona of Vernon and Donna Yanez of East Hartford.

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.

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News Item Posted On: July 02, 2012
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