May 29, 2020 Melissa Lamar

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Six Tunxis Community College students were among 84 from the Connecticut community colleges inducted into technology honor society Epsilon Pi Tau’s Gamma Phi Chapter, during a virtual recognition ceremony on Facebook in May, hosted by the CT College of Technology and Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing.

Tunxis students inducted are listed by town of residence:



Raymond Arseneault

Anthony Reyes

Matthew Wright



Chris Gebhardt



Aubrey Strong



Huy Ngo


Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes academic excellence and leadership accomplishments of students internationally in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for technology professions. The Gamma Phi Chapter represents all 12 Connecticut community colleges within the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system.

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