Students inducted into Morningside College circle of national leadership honor society
April 23, 2014, in Latest News
The Morningside College circle of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) recently inducted new members.
ODK is a national leadership honor society that recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership and exemplary character.
The ODK circle at Morningside is in charge of the Into the Streets campuswide service day, a faculty appreciation dinner, a dean’s list recognition reception and the honors convocation.
The following are the new ODK inductees:
From Sioux City – Douglas Collins, Katie Larson, Jackson O’Brien and Alexander Quinlain.
From Iowa – Allison Kjar of Akron; Alyssa Turnquist of Alta; Jonathan Hoaglund of Carroll; Tyler Arensdorf of Chariton; Nicholas Drenth of Hartley; Kara Bentz of Humboldt; Jennifer Theisen of Le Mars; Kay Drenkhahn of Mapleton; Victoria Jones of Rockwell City; Taylor McCloskey of Runnells; Brendan Pinto and Amy Widman of Sergeant Bluff; and Joel Hoogland of Sioux Center.
From Nebraska – Alex Kurtenbach of Columbus; Austin Granatowicz of Firth; Allison Bachman of Fremont; Hannah Roberg of Grand Island; Mikala Cooper of Lincoln; Amber Burg of Murray; Tasha Lechtenberg of Norman; Tiffany Brasby of North Platte; Anna Milone of Omaha; and Natasha Hongsermeier of Phillips.
From other states – Nicholas Misukanis of Mendota Heights, Minn.; Eric Gahlon of St. Paul, Minn.; Anna Christensen of Waconia, Minn.; Garrett Thomas of Kansas City, Mo.; Nicole Loe of Baltic, S.D.; and Samuel Shelton of Sioux Falls, S.D.
From other countries – Katsuhiro Ishii of Tokyo, Japan.