MANCHESTER, Conn. (May 26, 2021) – Nine Manchester Community College students were inducted into the Gamma Phi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honor society that recognizes current and future leaders in technology professions. The Gamma Phi chapter represents all of the community colleges in Connecticut.
The newly inducted MCC students are:
|Name Field of Study Town|
|James Higgins Engineering Science East Hartford|
|Caroline King Manufacturing Engineering Technology Manchester|
|Messan Koussougbo Manufacturing Engineering Technology Hartford|
|David Morganson Manufacturing Engineering Technology Marlborough|
|Hugh Richards Manufacturing Engineering Technology Hartford|
|Marta Rivers Technology Studies: Comp-Aided Design Option Coventry|
|Dudley Stanislas Engineering Science Hartford|
|James Santa Maria Technology Studies: Industrial Technology Option Manchester|
|Jakob Stokosa Engineering Science Manchester|
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.