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Beta Phi Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa


Cowley students honored in Topeka

On Thursday, March 12, three Cowley students, Priscilla Bianchini, Jeannie Qualls and Hattie Staley, were honored in Topeka for their outstanding accomplishments at the annual Kansas All-State Academic Team luncheon sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa and the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees. read more

Cowley PTK receives awards at regional convention in Lawrence

The Phi Theta Kappa Kansas-Nebraska regional convention was held March 6-8 at the Hilton Double Tree in Lawrence, Kansas. Attending from Cowley College Alpha Gamma Upsilon were president Priscilla Bianchini and vice president Childress Rittle. Attending from Cowley College Beta Phi Upsilon was advisor, Melinda Neal. read more

PTK induction ceremony held at Arkansas City campus

Phi Theta Kappa at Cowley College held the Academic Team Celebration and Induction Ceremony for both its Alpha Gamma Upsiln and Beta Phi Upsilon chapters on Sunday, March 1. The ceremony welcomed 44 new members to PTK, with around 10 inductees plus family and friends in attendance. The ceremony was conducted in the Earle N. Wright Community Room by officers Priscilla Bianchini and Childress Rittle with advisors Deborah Layton, Jennifer Rupp, and Melinda Neal. read more

On October 30th, Cowley College-Mulvane Phi Theta Kappa and members of the Tiger bowling team read short Halloween stories and performed a science demonstration for local elementary and middle school students at the Mulvane Public Library. read more

Cowley students attend Kansas-Nebraska Leadership Conference

On September 22-23, two officers and one advisor of Cowley College’s Beta Phi Upsilon attended the Kansas-Nebraska Leadership Conference at Kansas City Kansas Community College in Kansas City, KS. read more

BPU Attends PTK Catalyst, Lamb runs for Office

April 5-9, Beta Phi Upsilon, the Phi Theta Kappa chapter from Cowley College-Mulvane attended the annual international convention "PTK Catalyst". read more

Lamb to run for International President of Phi Theta Kappa

Mulvane student and Phi Theta Kappa Beta Phi Upsilon Chapter Vice President, Amira Lamb, has announced her decision to represent Cowley College and run for the office of International President of Phi Theta Kappa. read more

Jeramy Lamar elected Kansas-Nebraska Region President, Beta Phi Upsilon wins awards

March 3-5, Beta Phi Upsilon from Cowley College’s Mulvane Center attended the Regional Hallmark Awards Convention for the Kansas-Nebraska region of Phi Theta Kappa. Friday began with the nomination of Jeramy Lamar for region president. A political rally was held in the evening where Jeramy and his campaign manager, Amira Lamb, along with chapter members Courtney Anderson, Liz Dao, Kellie Hampton, Ethan Aldrich and alumnus Alyssa Schartz passed out information pieces and promoted Jeramy to others in the region. read more

Anderson and Graham honored at Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Team Luncheon

Two Cowley College-Mulvane Campus students were named to the 2016-2017 All Kansas Academic Team and were honored in Topeka on Thursday, February 16. The event, sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees (KACCT), and the Kansas Council of Community College Presidents, serves to recognize top students from the state’s community colleges. read more

Beta Phi Upsilon Attends Honors in Action Conference

On November 4-6, six students and two advisors of the Beta Phi Upsilon chapter of Phi Theta Kappa on the Mulvane campus attended a regional conference in Lincoln, NE. The three day conference featured seminar groups to discuss the rising cost of education and FAFSA. Students met others from their Kansas-Nebraska region, participated in breakout sessions over honors in action, college projects, alumni associations, running for office and more. read more

Beta Phi Upsilon attends leadership conference in Hays

On September 23rd and 24th, Beta Phi Upsilon, the Phi Theta Kappa chapter in Mulvane, attended the Kansas-Nebraska Leadership Conference with four students and two advisors. read more