Manchester Community College Students Inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau, International Technology Honor Society

MANCHESTER, Conn. (May 21, 2018)  — Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honor society that recognizes current and future leaders in technology professions, inducted 15 new Manchester Community College students into its Gamma Phi chapter.

Established in 1929 at Ohio State University, Epsilon Pi Tau now has more than 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 latest Manchester Community College Epsilon Pi Tau inductees:

Name                                         Hometown

Baez, Camila                          Wallingford

Batayte, Zachary                West Hartford

Cicoria, Andrew, M            Enfield

Clarke, Fidel                           Bloomfield

Cortes, Thomas                    Simsbury

Costanzo, Joel                       East Hampton

Doucette, Kyle                      East Hartford

Dzenutis, Vytis                      Manchester

Gendreau, Sarah                  East Windsor

Grant, Christine                    Melrose

Haroon, Mariam                   Windsor Locks

Kelensi, Anoumou                Hartford

Miller, Matthew                    Vernon

Shahbaz, Tayyaba                 Bloomfield

Trujillo, Adan                           Glastonbury