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Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter's College Project Selected for Publication

(Conway, SC) 09/11/2023

Horry-Georgetown Technical College (HGTC) is thrilled to announce the HGTC Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter's College Project, titled "Chomp's Hangout: Creating Student Lounges," in honor of Chomp, HGTC’s gator mascot, has been selected for publication in the prestigious 2023 edition of Phi Theta Kappa's Change Makers Journal of Student Leadership.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is renowned for recognizing and celebrating the exceptional achievements of community college students, and HGTC's Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter has demonstrated excellence in their College Project. Out of a total of 420 entries submitted, their project was chosen as one of only 17 articles to be featured in the upcoming edition of Change Makers.

"Chomp's Hangout: Creating Student Lounges" showcases the Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter's remarkable servant leadership and collaboration with the college administration to enhance the student experience. This recognition is a testament to their dedication to making a positive impact on the HGTC community.

Jennifer Stanford, Associate Vice President of Program Implementation for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, expressed her enthusiasm, saying, "We are so proud of your students' outstanding servant leadership working alongside your college administration for this College Project. We cannot wait to share it through Change Makers with the community college world. Congratulations again to the entire Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter team! Your work inspires us and highlights the extraordinary work done by PTK members!"

The 2023 edition of the Change Makers Journal of Student Leadership is scheduled for publication in late fall 2023, with both print and online versions available. This publication is a testament to HGTC's commitment to fostering leadership and excellence among its students and showcases the impact of the College Project on the broader academic community.