Vice President Bruce Clementsen Receives International PTK Award

Bruce Clemetsen, vice president of Student Services at Linn-Benton Community College, received the "Distinguished College Administrator" award from the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at its international convention held in San Jose April 4.

Clemetsen was one of only 25 community college leaders to receive the award.

 “We felt it was important to recognize Dr. Clemetsen because of his mentorship and support of PTK students on campus,” said Michelle Hoopiiaina, president of the LBCC PTK chapter, which nominated Clemetsen for the award.

On the national level, the award recognized Clemetsen’s work around student completion and his efforts to work with honor roll students as peer mentors, part of a national movement by PTK toward student completion.

The Distinguished Administrator award is given to community college administrators (vice presidents, deans, etc.) based on outstanding support provided to Phi Theta Kappa over the years.

Phi Theta Kappa is a two-year college honor society with more than 1,250 chapters across the United States and worldwide serving approximately one million members.


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