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Staff Honored for 15 Years of Service

March, 2021
  • L to R: Dean for Compliance & Education Liz Woods, President Luis G. Pedraja, and Manager for Student Resources Bonnie Coleman
    From left: Dean for Compliance and Education Liz Woods, President Luis G. Pedraja, Ph.D, and Manager for Student Resources Bonnie Coleman

Student Resources Manager Bonnie Coleman and Dean for Compliance & Education, Liz Woods were recognized for 15 years of dedicated service to Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) students at Quinsigamond Community College. Ms. Coleman has been the PTK Alpha Theta Zeta Chapter Advisor and Ms. Woods serves on the PTK Advisory Board. 

"Countless students have been nurtured and supported over the years by Bonnie and Liz. These two extraordinary individuals have made, and continue to make, a positive and lasting impact on our student body," said President Luis G. Pedraja, Ph.D. 

This year, QCC's PTK Chapter has experienced the largest student membership growth since it was chartered in 1980. 

"PTK students not only excel academically, they also take part in community service projects to become engaged citizens in their community," Dr. Pedraja said. "It's inspiring to know that students have not let the pandemic get in the way of their future goals. I thank Bonnie and Liz for helping so many students realize their dreams."

PTK is an internationally recognized honor society for two-year colleges and has approximately 1,300 chapters in the U.S. and around the globe. To be eligible for QCC’s PTK Honor Society, students must have at least 12 credits of college level courses (level 100 courses or higher) and a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater. To lean more visit,