Premiere International Engineering Technology Honor Society Inducts 18 Three Rivers Students

Norwich, CT – Eighteen Three Rivers Community College students were inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau, an international honor society that recognizes high performing engineering technology students, during two ceremonies, the first held on May 4 at Manchester Community College and the second held on May 9 at Three Rivers.
Epsilon Pi Tau is an academic and professional honor society for technology programs in higher education, workforce development programs, and professionals in practice. Founded in 1929 at Ohio State University, the honor society promotes and recognizes the achievements of academic excellence and provides professional development in technology professions.
Three Rivers students were inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau’s Gamma Phi chapter, which represents the community colleges in Connecticut. In order to be admitted, students maintained a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and completed at least 30 credits.  The Three Rivers Epsilon Pi Tau inductees are: 
Rebecca Cipriani: Baltic, CT                               
Jennifer Lafayette: Canterbury, CT                              
Soulinda Palermo: East Lyme, CT                                   
Heather Palardy: Groton, CT              
Mackenzie Ansich: Lebanon, CT                          
Michael Keedy:  Lebanon, CT                                   
Eric Brumfield: Ledyard, CT                                   
Besmir Kami: New London, CT                                     
Jake Carrara: Niantic, CT                                           
Nataliia Romanenko: Niantic, CT                              
Kelly Morgan: Norwich, CT                                 
Daniel Korponai: Norwich, CT                                    
Kari Thibodeau: Norwich, CT                                                           
Sergio Yraita, Jr.: Norwich, CT                             
Christopher Annino: North Stonington, CT                           
Jeremy Gladd: Old Lyme, CT                                     
Jennifer Messervy:  Salem, CT                                 
Devin Noe: Salem, CT      

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Three Rivers Community College is a public, two-year college within the Connecticut State Colleges and University System. Located in Norwich with instructional centers at the Naval Submarine Base and Grasso Tech in Groton, it serves southeastern Connecticut and the surrounding areas. Through its degree programs, certificates and workforce courses, Three Rivers meets the diverse needs of the community by creating an environment that stimulates learning, while at the same time providing comprehensive, accessible, affordable and innovative educational opportunities. Students go on to earn bachelor’s degrees at four year universities or to work in the community as highly skilled employees, innovators and leaders. To see the full scope of what Three Rivers has to offer, visit