Epsilon Pi Tau Industrial Technology Honor Society at UNK Announces New Initiates

Dr. Kennard Larson
Department of Industrial Technology, 308.865.8292

UNK- Epsilon Pi Tau, an industrial technology honor society, has announced the names of new initiates at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

“This honor society recognizes the academic achievement in the technology professions,” said Dr. Kennard Larson, Epsilon Pi Tau faculty adviser.

“We have helped raise $10,000 for student scholarships at UNK,” Dr. Larson said. Epsilon Pi Tau, Gamma Omicron chapter, was established at UNK in 1995. Currently, there are 275 active members.

Officers of the honor society are Mark Bradshaw of Kearney, president; Jonathan Miller of Broken Bow, vice president; Kellen Huebner of Hershey, secretary and treasurer.

The criteria to become a member of Epsilon Pi Tau is to have a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale, be in the top 10 percent of their class and be at least a second semester sophomore.

New members of Epsilon Pi Tau honor society are listed alphabetically by hometown:
Atkinson- Kevin Vrooman 
Axtell-Brian McDonald
Bartlett-Thomas Dwyer
Fremont-Kari Kent
Gering-Zachary Deeds and Braden Shaul
Grand Island-Tyler Macke
Kearney-Ashley Blaha, Megan Carr, Corey Cronin, Derek Eckhoff, Jordan McNitt,
David O’Neill, Kurt Westerbuhr and Nicholas Wroblewski
Lexington-Nathan Sheldon
Madrid-Shawn Tjaden
Nebraska City-Jason E Weston

Niobrara-Alan Tikalsky 
Ravenna-Nathan Luth and Josh Steele
Valentine-Clay McPeak


Fort Collins-Mitchell Mirtsching