GGC, Golden Key induct first honor society members

Georgia Gwinnett College’s first honor society, Golden Key, inducted its first 71 student members yesterday in a ceremony that also honored several of the college’s leaders.

Georgia Gwinnett College’s first honor society, Golden Key, inducted its first 71 student members yesterday in a ceremony that also honored several of the college’s leaders.

Golden Key is the world’s premier collegiate honor society, recognizing outstanding academic achievement and connecting high-achieving individuals locally, regionally and globally with lifetime opportunity, reward and success. It has more than two million members in more than 390 chapters at colleges and universities in almost 200 nations. Membership is by invitation only.

In addition to student members and to symbolize Georgia Gwinnett College’s strong connection between academic and student affairs, the GGC chapter of Golden Key also inducted several members of the institution’s administration. This included Daniel J. Kaufman, president; Stas Preczewski, vice president for Academic and Student Affairs; Jim Fatzinger, associate vice president for Student Affairs; Jo Galle, associate vice president for Academic Affairs; Victoria Johnson, dean of the School of Business; Cathy Moore, dean of the School of Education; Tom Mundie, dean of the School of Science and Technology; Lois Richardson, dean of the School of Liberal Arts; Tomas Jimenez, dean of Students; Adam Sterritt, assistant dean of Student Life; Bill Rogers, assistant dean for Wellness and John Muth, interim director of Student Success.


“GGC’s selection of Golden Key as the college’s first honor society was based on the two organizations’ shared philosophies,” said Fatzinger. “Golden Key’s three pillars of leadership, service and scholarship match the college’s four core values, which also include creativity.”

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