Governor honors NIC All-Idaho Academic team

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Members of North Idaho College’s Phi Theta Kappa club were recognized for their part in the newly formed All-Idaho Academic Team by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter at the Capitol Building in Boise on Feb. 12.

Otter presented the PTK students from all three Idaho community colleges with academic medals of achievement. Pictured are NIC student Danielle Nickerson (second from left), from Post Falls and NIC student Erica Case (to the left of Otter), from Troy. Not pictured is NIC student Audra Spencer, from Hayden, who was unable to attend the ceremony. The other students are PTK students from College of Southern Idaho and College of Western Idaho.

Phi Theta Kappa is the world’s largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year schools. The New Century Scholar nominees were selected by their respective college to compete with community college students across the nation in the Phi Theta Kappa New Century Pathway Scholarship program. The student receiving the highest All-USA Academic Team application score in each state is named a New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar or a New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar.

Posted: Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

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