May 16, 2019 Melissa Lamar

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The Gamma Phi Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honor society for technology held an initiation ceremony on May 3, in conjunction with the College of Technology and the Community Colleges of Connecticut.

Students from Tunxis Community College inducted include: Cynthia Appiah-Osafo, Emily Bigger, Orlando Estrella, Chalita Hannarong, Inga Kuklinska, Craig Middleton, Ireoluwa Oluwasina, David Stanko, Brett Swanson and Ashley Torvinen. Mathew Spinelli, Tunxis program director for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics & Advanced Manufacturing, was also an honorary inductee.

Enroll now for fall classes in Machine Technology and Electro-Mechanical. For more information about Tunxis’ Advanced Manufacturing and Apprenticeship programs, please contact Mathew Spinelli at 860.773.1631 or the Admissions Office at 860.773.1490.

Tunxis Community College in Farmington offers more than 70 associate degrees and certificates, including 20 with science, engineering, technology and advanced manufacturing emphases. Tunxis is also a recipient of a $2.8 million National Science Foundation grant that established the College of Technology’s Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, an NSF Center of Excellence. For more information on programs at Tunxis, call 860.773.1490, or visit