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Marian University Student Honored for Education Excellence by Kappa Delta Pi

by Katie Bradley | Jul 25, 2014

Marian University student Jordan Ahmay received the Distinguished Chapter Officer Award for her work as president of the university’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), an international honor society in education.   

The award is part of the 2014 Awards of Education Excellence, which honors individuals and chapters for their significant contributions to the society and the education world. This is the first year the awards are being given on an annual basis; historically, awards have been granted biennially.

Throughout her year as president, Ahmay led Marian University’s team of officers and helped Marian University earn the chapter’s fifth consecutive Achieving Excellence Award.

“Jordan has a keen awareness of how important education is in the broader scheme of life and she works tirelessly to help others accomplish their goals,” said Susie Beesley, Ph.D., advisor for KDP and chair of the Teacher Education Committee at Marian University.

Ahmay has also been named an Outstanding Future Educator by the Indiana Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.

About Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is a 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education, provide a reasoned voice for significant issues, and link learning communities of educators. Through its programs, services, and strategic partnerships, KDP supports the professional growth and teaching practices of educators throughout all phases and levels of their careers. The organizations has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of nearly 40,000 worldwide.

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