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Apr 29 2013
This article was published on Apr 29 2013 and was archived on Apr 30 2014. The information below may be outdated or inaccurate.
Thirty-seven students were announced as Outstanding Students in a Curriculum/Subject Area at the recent President's Awards Ceremony at New River Community College in Dublin.
From Montgomery County: Oksana Bouldo, Nursing; Heather Boyd, Human Services; Corbin Crocker, Engineering-Computer Science Specialization; Adam Crowder, Architecture; Qiao Cui, Business Administration; Irina Evdokimova, Accounting; Natalie Galaszewski, Forensic Science; Matthew George, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design; Sarah Graham, Early Childhood Development; Alexander Grizzard, IT Computer Graphics and Web Design Specialization; Amanda Hood, Nursing; Chase Irby, Information Technology; Ezekial Jeansonne-Moore, Game Technology and Animation; Justin Lawson, Music; Joseph Mack, Liberal Arts; Cherry Messer, Small Business Management; Joel McCormick-Goodhart, Business Administration; Adam Quesenberry, Instrumentation and Control Automation Technology; Michael Rutherford, Science; Matthew Seiler, General Studies-Computer Science Specialization; Josam Waterman, Engineering and Yaneng Zhou, Math.
From Pulaski County: Keaton Hanks, Administrative Support Technology; Kimberlie Honaker, Medical Administrative Support; Mandy Harrell, Education; Vincent Miller, Welding; Joshua Morris, Electronics Technology; Jeffrey Repass, Business Management and Amanda Shrewsberry, General Studies.
From Radford: Caleb Buzzard, Machine Technology and Lauren Zikes, Marketing.
From Giles County: Hamilton Keith, Science and Casey Lucas, Machine Technology.
From Floyd County: Benjamin Goad, Automotive Analysis and Repair and Angie Spradlin, Paralegal Studies.
From Gate City: Matthew George, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design.
From Sutherland: Logan Bishop, Electrical Engineering Technology.
The awards were determined by the faculty in the various programs at the college. All students receiving the Outstanding Student in a Curriculum award have completed requirements for an associate degree, certificate or diploma and are eligible to participate in the college's commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 15.