2014 Outstanding Student awards presented at NRCC
|Thirty-five students were announced as Outstanding Students in a Curriculum/Subject Area at the recent Presidentís Awards Ceremony at New River Community College in Dublin.
From Montgomery County: Christina Albert, human services; Michael Brightwell, forensic science; Lindsey Byers, automotive analysis and repair; Rachel Cook, business administration; Holly Crotty, general studies; Michael Flaherty, nursing; Samuel Holt, engineering; Sungin Jo, accounting; Stephen Keffer, engineering; Cecile Newcomb, liberal arts; and Tyler Tennessen, electrical engineering technology.
From Pulaski County: Bradley Clark, computer-aided drafting and design; Stephanie Crawford, business management; Brenda Dalton, administrative support technology; Rachael Downey, music; Crystal Farris, IT computer graphics and web design specialization; Kellie Fore, marketing management specialization; Tiessa Mathena, medical administrative support specialization; Leann Phillips, early childhood development specialization; Michael Reno, architecture specialization; Cody Slaughter, police science; and Amber Slusser, general studies and fine arts.
From Radford: Timothy Coyle, IT network and technical support specialization; Alula Dechassa, general studies-computer science specialization; Harenet Gebrechni, science; Douglas Phillips, instrumentation and control automation technology; and Travis Wood, anatomy and physiology.
From Floyd County: Austin Poff, machine technology and Stuart Wood, welding.
From Giles County: Sherri Gallagher, electronics technology; Reuben Miller, education.
From Wythe County: Megan Black, paralegal studies and oral interpretation.
From New Castle, VA: Seth Clemens, IT game design specialization.
All students receiving Outstanding Student awards have completed requirements for an associate degree, certificate or diploma and are eligible to participate in the collegeís commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 15.