Kappa Delta Pi Induction at Oakwood University


by Dana Wilchombe, Ph.D., assistant professor, School of Education

( L-R) Waynetta Gordon, VP; Ashley George, President; Amy Dyer, initiate; Imani Riley Jones, initiate; Mykel Mackey, honorary member; Alise Renaud, initiate; Nathaniel Prince, initiate; Jada Frazier, initiate; Tyana Burke, KDP member; Madison Page, initiate; Kezia Daniel, initiate; Raquel Connor, fundraising chair; Jayne Monasses, secretary.

Oakwood’s Kappa Delta Pi chapter and the Education Club partnered together to encourage students on the last day of classes. To uplift and encourage the students and faculty in the Department of Education before Fall semester finals, brunch was provided, as well as candy notes as a token of support.




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