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Award Recipients

Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA)

SVEA

If you are interested in joining the SVEA contact the group sponsor Dr. Sullivan.

Award Recipient

Teacher of the Year

Kristen Sparks Sanderlin '96 - Landstown High School, Virginia Beach

  • Gina Smith '07 - Sparrow Road Intermediate School, Chesapeake
  • Michelle Waters '05 - Deep Creek High School, Chesapeake
  • Christina Black '02 - E.W. Chittum Elementary School, Chesapeake
  • Virginia Corbett '97 - Chesapeake Public Schools Middle School Teacher of the Year
  • Virginia Corbett '97 - Hugo A. Owens Middle School, Chesapeake

2010 Milken Educator Award

Joel Robins '03 - Deep Creek Elementary School, Chesapeake

VWC Academic Achievement Award

2012 Spring Recipients

  • Kacie Figg
  • Elizabeth Maul
  • Elizabeth Frink
  • Marsha Montgomery
  • Jennifer Panton
  • Tracey Wilson
  • Eve Stocks
  • Mary Kendall Smith

2011 Spring Recipients

  • Jennifer Banks - Elementary - Transfer
  • Tammy Clinton - Special Education
  • Dana Lynch - Secondary 4-year
  • Michelle Bradford - Secondary - Transfer

2010 Spring Recipients

  • Amanda Thomas - Elementary 4-year
  • Kristen McGrath - Secondary 4-year
  • Timothy Trask - Elementary - Transfer
  • Dana Burrows - Special Education - Transfer
  • Heidi Abrahamsen - Secondary ACT
  • Sarah McDonald - Secondary ACT

2009 Spring Recipients

  • Denise Carusi - Elementary 4-year
  • Matthew Ashby - Secondary 4-year
  • Rebecca Hardner - Elementary - Transfer
  • Tiffany Leppert - Special Education - Transfer
  • Carol Kidd - Elementary ACT
  • Dana Johnson - Secondary ACT

2008 Spring Recipients

  • Laura Pryzmenski Kopp - Elementary 4-year
  • Brianna Strain - Secondary 4-year
  • Katrina Wright - Elementary - Transfer
  • Sherri Barnes - Secondary - Transfer
  • Lyra Fenner - Elementary ACT
  • Brenda Anderson - Secondary ACT

2007 Spring Recipients

  • Cara Coniglio - Elementary 4-year
  • Amanda Wolk - Secondary 4-year
  • Linda Cameron - Elementary - Transfer
  • Erin Mullins - Secondary - Transfer
  • Kelly Donnelly - Special Education
  • LaJeanna Cook - Elementary ACT
  • Elizabeth Kellar - Secondary ACT

Virginia Scholars Award - Delta Kappa Gamma Society

  • 2012-13 Jenna Riegel
  • 2011-12 Kelsey Kidd
  • 2010 - 2011: Beth Ann Atkins
  • 2009 - 2010: Ashley "Nikki" Bernard
  • 2008 - 2009: Antonia Woods

Kappa Delta Pi - International Honor Society in Education

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Alpha Gamma Upsilon Chapter was installed at Virginia Wesleyan College on October 28, 2006. Dr. Malcolm Lively serves as the chapter's counselor. For more information about Kappa Delta Pi visit www.kdp.org.

Spring 2013 KDP Initiate Class

  • Catherine Amasia
  • Kyle Chowan
  • Aimee Clark
  • Miranda Conaway
  • Jessica Holmes
  • Allison Jaimes
  • Susan Knowlton
  • Kristen Lepore
  • Jamie Mann
  • Catherine Saurino
  • Jenny Wilkins

Spring 2012 Student Initiates

  • Amanda Crow
  • Arielle Perry
  • Kacie Figg
  • Allison Reeves
  • Cassandra Fontaine
  • Kellie Sheehan
  • Elizabeth Frink
  • Emily Sheridan
  • Elizabeth Maul
  • Mary K. Smith
  • Marsha Montgomery
  • Eve Stocks
  • Lewis B. Myers
  • Caitlin Van Fossen
  • Jennifer Panton
  • Tracey Wilson
  • Joseph Zirpolo

Spring 2011 Student Initiates

  • Mary Kathleen Atkinson
  • Elizabeth Ann Boyce
  • Dawn Brown
  • Danielle Carawan
  • Tammy Clinton
  • Jennifer Couch
  • Tiana Crute
  • John Cunningham
  • Kelsey Curtis
  • Lauren Gaca
  • Edward Griggs
  • Michael Haverly
  • Hilary Hoffman
  • Allison Mahoney
  • Morgan Miller
  • Felecia Moore
  • Rebekah Nowinski
  • Emily Phillips
  • Kristen Potter
  • Lauren Robins
  • Emily Schuller

Spring 2010 Student Initiates

  • Beth Ann Atkins
  • Michelle Bradford
  • Dana Burrows
  • Catherine Harris
  • Kelly Tisdale

When seeking membership as an undergraduate student, a candidate must:

  • have no less than first-term sophomore standing (the equivalent of at least 30 semester hours earned by the end of the term prior to initiation);
  • have at least 12 hours (or the equivalent) of professional education courses programmed, in progress, or completed, except in fifth-year credential programs;
  • and, demonstrate that they have a cumulative GPA ranking in the upper quintile of the institution, school, or college, or have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for all coursework completed.
Candidates are selected for membership based on scholarship and demonstration of the qualities espoused by Kappa Delta Pi as determined by the Officers and Counselors of the Alpha Gamma Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, who may consult with education and/or other faculty of Virginia Wesleyan College.

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