PLAINVIEW – Kappa Delta Pi, the honor society for education students at Wayland Baptist University, recently inducted 20 new members recently in the biggest growth spurt since the group’s birth on campus five years ago.
New inductees include the following students, listed alphabetically:
Angie Aleman of Floydada, Brittany Ayers of Odessa, Lynn Baker of Plainview, Brandon Douglas of Woodward, Okla., Kaci Holcomb of Roswell, N.M., Staci Hutto of Plainview, Tiffany Lambert of Hawley, Tia Maxwell of Borger, Katie Moore of Borger, Mary Grace Moore of LaPorte, Elyse Newland of Plainview, JoElda Perez of Abernathy, Debbie Quintana of Plainview, Sarah Quisenberry of Lamesa, Tracy Rosales of Plainview, Laci Rousseau of Tulia, Amanda Rusher of Sugar City, Colo., Valentina Salazar of Lockney, Stephanie Shaw of Plainview, and Deborah Williams of Artesia, N.M.
Dr. Patricia Herman, professor of education, serves as sponsor for the group, which is active in service projects related to education and young people in the community. Membership is open to students in the top 10 percent of those studying in the field of education.
The Omega Upsilon chapter of KDP was chartered in April 2000, formed to help foster the ideals of the education profession. Members are expected to support the group's ideals of recognizing excellence in education, enhancing growth and leadership among members, foster discussion on educational issues, and promote the development and dissemination of worthy educational practices and ideas.