SCC announces spring president, vice president honors students

ULLIN — Shawnee Community College has announced its spring

2021 semester honors students. Full-time students whose grade point average is 3.5 or better and who are enrolled in an associate degree or certificate program are considered honor students.

The president’s list consists of students achieving a 4.0 GPA for the semester. Local students named to the list are:

Brookport — David Maynard.

Karnak — Tammy Price, John McCuan, Shaian James and Nicole Darby.

Metropolis — James Cromeenes, Dequarelle Meadows,Brandon Cummins, Tristan Lowery, Emma Andrae, Lydia Hosman, Courtney Dreblow, Aaron Melcher, Christopher Pummer, Ethan Rottmann and Layton Reinwald.

Students on the vice president’s list achieved a GPA between 3.5 and 3.9. Local students named to the list, along with their GPA, are:

Belknap — Carley Childress (3.583).

Brookport — Lauren Porter (3.857).

Karnak — Kaleb Cox (3.800), Kalissa Cox (3.813), Alexis Phillips (3.563), Trishawna Daley (3.667) and Faith Sullivan (3.684).

Metropolis — Melissa Merideth (3.714), Gretchen Williams (3.625), Shannon Dassing (3.813), Samual Dunn (3.167), Nicole Slatick-Kelley (3.500), Aubrey Biggers (3.625), Alexander Burkeen (3.625), Kennedy Loven (3.500), Lillian Garner (3.538) and Amber Davis (3.167).

Williams named to UT Martin chancellor’s honor roll

MARTIN, Tenn. — The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been honored with publication of the spring 2021 chancellor’s honor rolls for the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, College of Business and Global Affairs, College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts.

Taylor S. Williams, of Metropolis, received highest honors.

To be eligible for the chancellor’s honor roll recognition at UT Martin, a student must take at least 12 hours of credit (pass-fail courses are not included) and achieve a 3.2 (B) grade point average based on a 4.0 scale. Students can make the chancellor’s honor roll with honors (3.2 through 3.49), high honors (3.5 through 3.79) or highest honors (3.8 through 4.0).

WKCTC’s announces spring 2021 graduates

PADUCAH — West Kentucky Community and Technical College announced more than 940 students received one or more associate degrees, diplomas or certificates during spring 2021. The college held a virtual ceremony on May 8.

“We didn’t want to miss the opportunity to celebrate the achievements, of our 2021 graduates while also keeping everyone as safe as possible,” said Dr. Anton Reece, WKCTC president of the decision to have a virtual ceremony. “We are proud of each of our graduates and the support of their family and friends who may have helped them each step of the way to graduation.”

Students were asked to submit photographs which were highlighted in the program with their highest credential earned at WKCTC. Speakers on the virtual program were: featured speaker and candidate for graduation Patrick Stephens, of Benton; Uppinder Mehan, vice president of academic affairs; Anne Gwinn, chair of Paducah Junior College, Inc. Board of Trustees; Charles Murphy, chair of WKCTC’s Board of Directors; and Nadia Pacheco, president of WKCTC’s student government association.

Local graduates were:

Brookport — Hayden Russell Lee, an Associate in Arts Degree with distinction; Haley B. Anderson, a certificate in the Business Administration Program; Madison Kay Barger, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; Anna Boyett, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; Krista Jane Garduno, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; and Jasmine Kalynn Cowsert-Green, a diploma in the Practical Nursing Program.

Metropolis — Stephanie Dominguez, an Associate in Applied Science Degree in the Medical Laboratory Technician Program with high distinction; Juan Rojas, a General Occupational/Technical Studies Degree and Diploma in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Program with high distinction; Cody Alan Taylor, an Associate in Applied Science Degree in the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program with distinction; Seth Daniel Higgerson, an Associate in Fine Arts Degree with distinction; Kara Lynn Story, an Associate in Fine Arts Degree; Samuel Baker, an Associate in Science Degree; Hannah Ruth Lewis, an Associate in Science Degree; Laken A. Mitchell, an Associate in Science Degree; Joanie Elizabeth Taylor, an Associate in Science Degree; Mitchell Abell, a certificate in the Computer & Information Technologies Program; Kambria Baker, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; Guy Erik Brown, a certificate in the Business Administration Program; Seth Edward Clauson, a certificate in the Air Conditioning Technology Program; Samuel Glenn Coram, a certificate in the Visual Communication Program; Ashley Lozano Dominguez, a certificate in the Business Administration Program; Mariah N. Holland-Thacker, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; Justin Nathaniel Jackson, a certificate in the Fire Science Technology Program; Gabrielle J. Lindsey, a certificate in the Fire Science Technology Program; Kevin Christopher Meier, a certificate in the Welding Technology Program; Lane Thomas Reed, a certificate in the Electrical Technology Program; Amanda Kay Robbins, a certificate in the Fire Science Technology Program; Sofia Saleh, a certificate in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program; Taylor Renee Summers, a certificate in the Nursing Assistant Program; and James Logan Forthman, a certificate in the Business Administration Program.

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