Chattanooga State releases Bradley County dean’s list
CHATTANOOGA — Chattanooga State Community College has announced the students from Bradley County who attained dean’s list status for …
Chattanooga State releases Bradley County dean’s list
CHATTANOOGA — Chattanooga State Community College has announced the students from Bradley County who attained dean’s list status for the 2017 spring semester.
The dean’s list honors students who have completed 12 or more hours of college-level work with a GPA of 3.5 or higher for that semester.
Bradley County students achieving this honor include: Hayley Caroline Adkins, Jessica Lorraine Aldridge, Brandon Chad Babbitt, Drake Addison Barker, Rachel C. Boyd, Scarlett Olivia Buff, Kelsey Morgan Callahan, Alex Dru Clabough, Tyler E. Colbaugh, Angelica Grace Cole, Nicholas M. Connelly, Joshua Michael Davis, Samuel C. Dawson, Matthew B. Fulbright, June Goonetilleke, Amy Lynn Haddock, Ethan D. Harris, James C. Howard, Gunner Blake Jeffries, Hailee Nicole KinCannon, Agnieszka Bozena Kowalik, Stephanie Bifano Lopes, Shayla Ann Lyles, Elliana Martin, Kendra Hixson McMahan, Ashlyn Brooke Melton, Colton James Morton, Julianna Elizabeth Mott, Danielle Near, Lauren Ashley Nunnery, John A. O'Neal, Rachel Elisabeth Orr, Alexis M. Pinela, Zachary K. Roberts, Landi Tubertini Santucci, Courtney M. Scott, Harrison Wade Smith, Braden S. Sneed, Jasson C. Starling, Autumn R. Strickland, Brittany Renee´Suits, Raven Brock Tommey, Leslie Ann Trewhitt, Kristin Ann Warnock ,Zackary Cole Wilcox, Jarret Eli Wilhoit, Devin Willmarth, Hannah Lee Wimberly Lowe, Kaitlyn Jewell Withrow, and Ashley Wright.
Chattanooga State congratulates these students on their academic accomplishments.
Nichols receives NASA recognition at University of Alabama
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Chandler Nichols of Cleveland is among the seven University of Alabama engineering students who collectively received $42,000 in graduate fellowship and undergraduate scholarship money through the Alabama Space Grant Consortium.
Nichols is a junior majoring in aerospace engineering and mechanics at the university.
In addition to prestigious graduate fellowships, the ASGC gave away five merit-based undergraduate scholarships worth $1,000 each.
Undergraduate applicants were selected based on their academic qualifications, career goals and an assessment of their motivation toward an aerospace or space science career.
"The aerospace industry is a crucial driver of our state's economy, and we are proud to participate through the Alabama Space Grant Consortium to inspire our students to work in this industry," said Dr. Carl A. Pinkert, vice president for research and economic development.
Since 1989, the ASGC has been one of 52 national space grant consortia that make up the NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. The group offers educational funding to students who study any aerospace-related field at participating schools.
Clevelanders earn honors at Roane State Community College
HARRIMAN — Three local students recently made the President's List at Roane State Community College.
Philip Edgemon, Ariel McFadden and Amy Stinnett, all of Cleveland, earned this honor.
To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must attain a 4.0 GPA while attempting 12 or more semester hours of college-level courses.
All three were also named to the college’s dean’s list for having earned at least a 3.5 GPA.
Roane State is a two-year college providing transfer programs, career-preparation programs and continuing education. Founded in 1971, the college has campuses in Crossville, Harriman, Huntsville, Jamestown, Knoxville, LaFollette, Lenoir City, Oak Ridge and Wartburg.
Whittemore graduates with
honors from Sewanee
SEWANEE — Christian Nicole Whittemore of Cleveland was awarded a bachelor of arts in Spanish with honors, summa cum laude, at the University of the South’s 2017 commencement ceremonies held May 14.
She also received the A.T. Pickering Award for excellence in Spanish and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society. She was also named to the university’s dean’s list for the Spring 2017 term, having earned a GPA of at least 3.625 on a 4.0 scale.
Whittemore is the daughter of Angie and Jason T. Whittemore.
The University of the South, familiarly known as Sewanee, comprises a nationally recognized College of Arts and Sciences and a distinguished School of Theology. Located on 13,000 acres in Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau, it enrolls 1,700 undergraduates and approximately 100 seminarians.
Spencer named to Clarkson University dean's list
POTSDAM, N.Y. — Emma Marie Spencer of Cleveland, was named to the dean's list for the spring 2017 semester at Clarkson University.
She is a senior majoring in biology. Dean’s list students must achieve a minimum 3.25 GPA and also carry at least 14 credit hours.
Clarkson University is a nationally recognized research university with signature areas of academic excellence and research directed toward the world's pressing issues. Through more than 50 rigorous programs of study in engineering, business, arts, education, sciences and the health professions, the entire learning-living community spans boundaries across disciplines, nations and cultures.
Two local students added to Shorter University dean’s list
ROME, Ga. — Two local students have been named to the dean’s list at Shorter University for the Spring 2017 semester.
David Thompson of Cleveland and Tiffani Estep of Georgetown each earned this honor. Thompson is a junior communication arts/sport communication major, while Estep is a senior early childhood/special education major.
To be named to the dean’s list, students must have been enrolled full time and have earned at least a 3.5 GPA for the term.
Founded in 1873, Shorter University is a Christ-centered, four-year liberal arts university committed to excellence in education. The Princeton Review annually includes Shorter on its list of best Southeastern Colleges. The university offers traditional bachelor’s degrees in 40 areas of study, online courses and degree programs, undergraduate programs for working adults and master’s programs.
Day graduates from Georgia Tech
ATLANTA, Ga. — Rebekah Day of Cleveland has earned a bachelor of science in business administration from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Day was among approximately 3,800 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees during Georgia Tech's 253rd Commencement exercises on May 5 and 6.
One of the nation's leading research universities, the Georgia Institute of Technology is in the business of creating the next — the next idea, the next technology, and the next legion of agile minds well equipped to imagine and engineer our future. More than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students are currently enrolled.
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