Deptford Twp. – Fifteen of Gloucester County College’s top student achievers proved that when it comes to numbers, they can do the math during the Mu Alpha Theta two-year college mathematics honor society induction ceremony on Monday, April 21.
GCC is one of the few community colleges in the area to be part of the mathematics honor society, according to Mu Alpha Theta faculty advisor Greg Buthusiem. “This gives our students a distinction over other community colleges,” said Buthusiem of the society now in its third year at GCC. Members of Mu Alpha Theta are required to maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA, have completed 24 credits and successfully passed Calculus I.
Pictured left to right are: Mu Alpha Theta Faculty Advisor Greg Buthusiem, inductees Christopher Sammons, Zach DiMattia, Melissa Stratton, Kara Ott, Ed Daisey, Marjorie Sanford and Ian Goode, Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Dr. Brenden Rickards and Vice President of Academic Services Dr. Linda Martin. (Not pictured: Tara Darden, Benjamin Fiedler, Ryan Francisco, Mark McGowan, Kevin Mejia, Joshua Morris, Natasha Vazquez and Dan Yates.)