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UT Tyler HRD and Technology Department Recognizes Outstanding Majors
Twenty-two human resource development and technology students were recognized for their academic achievement by The University of Texas at Tyler international technology professional honor society, Dr. Paul B. Roberts, Department of Human Resource Development and Technology interim chair, announced.
According to Dr. James F. Harbaugh, trustee and associate professor of industrial safety, Epsilon Pi Tau International is the official honors and professional society for human resource development and technology students who major in degree programs accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering.The EPT mission is to recognize people who enhance knowledge and leadership in technology.
Students (apprentices) who were inducted into the UT Tyler Delta Gamma Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau are listed by hometown.
ARP – Anita McKenzie and Jamie Rivers.
DALLAS – John Pouncy.
HENDERSON – Julie Bryan.
JACKSONVILLE – Afton Barber.
MALAKOFF – Jennifer Robertson.
MCKINNEY – Hector Verdin.
MURCHISON – Joe Mark Lewis.
OVERTON – Renee Lampkin.
RUSK – Robert Allen and Isaac Daniel.
SAN ANTONIO – Danny Vega.
TYLER – Tracy Bordelon, Beth Keller, Ashley Liegman, LaShun McGill, Jay Phillips, Tracy Richardson, Regina Rudd and Jennifer Stuth.
WHITE OAK – Wesley Gatlin.
WHITEHOUSE – Chase Williams.
The Delta Gamma Chapter 2010 ritual initiation team is Epsilon Pi Tau members Susan Adams, Kristen Stovall, Dr. Ron Withers, Harbaugh, Kayla Shannon, Dr. Mark Miller, Jason Ousley and Samuel Fowler.
One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, UT Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and community service. More than 90 undergraduate and graduate degrees are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment of more than 6,000 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine.