MCC Students Inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau

Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honor society that recognizes current and future leaders in technology professions, inducted 29 new Manchester Community College students into its Gamma Phi chapter.

Established in 1929 at Ohio State University, the Epsilon Pi Tau society 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 inductees, by home town:

Edward Beckwith, Ellington

Al-Makid Billah, Manchester

Raymond Bilodeau, Manchester

William Clair, Enfield

Krystal Climan, Vernon/Rockville

Joshua Collins, Manchester

Julio Diaz, East Hartford

Michael Edson, South Windsor

Ritchy Felix, Norwich

Matthew Generous, Windsor

Anthony Hamm, Vernon/Rockville

Ethan Hotchkiss, Vernon/Rockville

Joseph Hurst, Andover

Brian Keeley-DeBonis, Manchester

Michael Leardi, Columbia

James Macsata, Enfield

Erik Mengden, Windsor Locks

Richard Morris, Berlin

Phong Nguyen, West Hartford

Claudia Fernanda Pena-Sulantay, Hartford

Alexander Powell, Broad Brook

JoAnne Ramm, Glastonbury

Bikash Regmi, Windsor

Alejandro Robles, Manchester

Robert Rodriguez, East Hartford

Jonathan Sharp, Enfield

Diana Titus, Manchester

Jason West, Stafford Springs

Amy Wiseman, Glastonbury