June 9, 2014
Roane State students honored
Mason Van Horn of Kingston received Roane State Community College’s highest student honor, the 2014 President’s Award.
Ashley Maples of Maryville was named the College’s Outstanding Freshman.
Additional students from the area also received recognition for their achievements in the 2013-14 academic year.
Clinton: Adam Jennings, Excellence in Networking; Jeremy Bozeman, Outstanding GIS Student Award; Kevin Stevenson, Academic Achievement Award; Timothy Smith, June Bilbrey Excellence in Nursing Award
Oak Ridge: Amanda Sproles, OTA Student of Recognition; Catherine Heacock, Academic Achievement Award, President's Award Nominee; Todd Guthrie, Excellence in Business Management Technology; Jenna McCarty, Paralegal Studies Award; Joseph White, Outstanding Geology Student Award, Tamke-Allan Observatory Award; Ronald Payne, Outstanding History Student Award; Wade Darnell, Outstanding Learning Center Tutor, Excellence in Programming
Louisville: Bruce Lester, Academic Excellence in Geospacial Science
Maryville: Ashley Maples, Outstanding Freshman Award Winner; Carrie Smith, Organic Chemistry Award; Everett McElveen II, Outstanding Freshman Award Nominee
Crossville: Cheyenne Mayo, Academic Achievement Award; Dawn Mishmash, Outstanding Learning Center Tutor; James Davis, Beulah Davis Outstanding Freshman Writer (narrative); Steven Houston, Outstanding Criminal Justice Student
Knoxville: Cheryl Anderson, Tennessee Association of Student Nurses Leadership Award; Julie Palmer, Heck Design Award; Lissa Smith, Excellence in Spanish; Maggie Moges, Dr. Anne P. Minter Chemistry Award; Tara Banks, Excellence in French; Weng Leong Choy, Freshman Math Award
Loudon: Carrie Rosati, Academic Achievement Award, Outstanding Health Information Technology Student; Virginia Palmer, President's Award Nominee
Ten Mile: Aaron Fielden, Baseball Academic Award
Sweetwater: Caroline Dean, Biology Academic Award
Lancing: Denise Howard, Christine Mills Award; Dylan Wilks, Humanities Award, President's Award Nominee; Leah Wilson, Contemporary Management Award, Academic Achievement Award;
Oakdale: Abby Goldston, Academic Achievement Award, Nursing Merit Award
Wartburg: Kimberly Carroll, Outstanding Art Achievement Award
Monterey: Kassandra Wise, Outstanding Actor Award, President's Award Nominee
Dayton: Sarah Freels, Softball Academic Award
Spring City: Georgette Boozer, All-Tennessee Academic Team, Environmental Health Technology Student of the Year; Sarah Nixon, Women's Basketball Academic Award
Harriman: Amy Scott, President's Award Nominee; Cortney Poland, President's Award Nominee; Darius Gallaher, Men's Basketball Academic Award; Sarah Townsend, Academic Achievement Award, Roane State Education Award; Zackary Strickland, Beaulah Davis Outstanding Freshman Writer Award (literary analysis)
Kingston: Dakota Strange, Freshman Math Award; Donya Cooley, AAUW Education Award; Marcus Wise, All-Tennessee Academic Team, Sophomore Math Award, Calculus-Based Physics Award; Pamela Stewart, Social and Behavioral Science Award; Samuel Hooper, Beulah Davis Outstanding Freshman Writer (research); Shawn Mason Van Horn, Outstanding Learning Center Tutor, Outstanding Musician Award, President's Award Winner; Stacy Chelf, Organic Chemistry Award; Suzann Campbell, President's Award Nominee; Tamra Oliver, President's Award Nominee, Contemporary Management Award; Taylor Watson, Outstanding Pre-Engineering Award, Academic Achievement Award
Oliver Springs: Jenna Francois, Service Learning Award
Rockwood: D. Luke Pelley, Writing Learning Support Award; Rachael Clipson, Academic Achievement Award, Christa McAuliffe Education Award;
Helenwood: Lynsey Lowe, Opticianry Student of the Year
Huntsville: Kayla Byrd, Outstanding Accounting Student
Oneida: Taylon Brewster, Academic Achievement Award
Roane State is a two-year college providing transfer curricula, 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.
For more information, visit www.roanestate.edu or call 1-866-GO2-RSCC (1-866-462-7722).
Tennessee’s Community Colleges is a system of 13 colleges offering a high-quality, affordable, convenient and personal education to prepare students to achieve their educational and career goals in two years or less. All colleges in the system offer associate degree and certificate programs, workforce development programs and transfer pathways to four-year degrees. For more information, please visit tncommunitycolleges.org.