M State’s Britney Banning recognized for academic accomplishments

1Stop2EnrollFall square.inddMinnesota State Community and Technical College student Britney Banning of Fargo is one of 46 students statewide who have been named to the All-Minnesota Academic Team.

The award recognizes students at the state’s two-year colleges for their leadership, academic achievement, and community and college service, with team members nominated by staff or faculty at their colleges. The award is supported by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society to promote excellence at two-year colleges.

Banning will graduate from M State in May with an Associate of Arts degree and plans to ultimately complete her doctorate degree in psychology and teach at the college level.

While at M State, Banning has been involved in the Student Government Association as administrative assistant and president, served the Pulse student programming board as graphic designer and is currently president of the campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. She also served as student representative for both the Moorhead Community and Technical College Foundation and the Strategic Prevention Framework Partnership for Success grant awarded to the college.

Banning works in the campus student services office and is the Tri-College ambassador for M State’s Moorhead campus.

 

Posted in News on February 10, 2016 at 7:48 am