Four Ivy Tech Kokomo Region students nominated to All-USA Community College Academic Team will be honored as members of All-Indiana team at statewide dinner in April
KOKOMO, Ind. – Four students from Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region have been named to the All-Indiana Community College Academic Team and will be honored April 17 at a dinner in Indianapolis sponsored by the Ivy Tech Foundation.
The Kokomo Region students include Fross Clements of Kewanna, Rebecca McVay of Logansport, Amy Wilson of Peru and Tyler Yeakley of Galveston.
Students on the state team are nominated to the All-USA Community College Academic Team, which will be announced in April along with several scholarships. The academic competition, which scores students on academic honors, activities including leadership and work experience, and an essay, is sponsored by Phi Thea Kappa, an international honor society for two-year colleges; USA Today; and the American Association of Community Colleges.
Kim King, interim vice chancellor of Academic Affairs at Ivy Tech Kokomo, said, “We are extremely proud to be able to offer the high level of instruction and student success provided by Mike Durr as a member of our adjunct faculty. We are thrilled that this excellence has been recognized at the state level with the Lamkin Award and very pleased to note that Kokomo Region instructors have been the recipient of this statewide award in two of the four years it has been presented.”