On Friday, June 3rd, 2016, Vice Provost of Student Access, Success, and Diversity Initiatives Gerald Doyle served as the keynote speaker at the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) regional convention at Prairie State College around the theme of “collective consciousness.” Doyle was joined by College of Architecture alumnus Mohammad Hatahet (BArch ’15) and staff member Megan Mozina to speak to around 130 PTK students from across the state of Illinois about Illinois Tech’s Syrian student initiative and about the power and potential that the students have to implement change.

Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for high-achieving community college students, which is dedicated to leadership, service, fellowship, academic excellence. For more information about PTK: www.ptk.org

Vice Provost Gerald Doyle and College of Architecture alumnus deliver keynote address at Phi Theta Kappa Convention

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