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Moore County campus, Fayetteville Center, McMinnville Center students honored at Motlow Student Awards ceremony

May 9, 2013

Bedford County

Motlow College students Ryan Harris, Michele Brown (center) and Angel Garrett, all of Bedford County, display the plaques they received during a recent ceremony on the Moore County campus. Ryan and Brown were recognized for their inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Brown also is a Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduate, and Garrett received the President's Award for being among the students with the highest grade-point averages.



Coffee County

These Coffee County residents were among the Motlow College students recognized during a recent awards ceremony on the Moore County campus. Seated from left are Shea Ray, June Ellen Blanks, Julie Beth Tucker, Karen Stone, Polley Howell and Karen Hill; and standing from left are Taylor Melvin, Susan Haley, Debra McDonough, Lauren Miller, Tara Rodriguez, Emily Warren and Janiece Owens. Ray received the President's Award for her 4.0 grade-point average. She has taken more classes (while maintaining a 4.0) than any other student among this month's graduates. Melvin and Haley also received President's awards. Melvin and Hill were named Outstanding Honors Scholars, and Hill was named the outstanding member of the Student Government Association on the Moore County campus. Blanks received the Criminal Justice Award, Howell and McDonough received Education awards, Miller was awarded the Humanities Award, and Warren received the Computer Science/Information Systems Award. Recognized as members of the President's Student Leadership Institute were Hill, Howell, Owens, Stone and Tucker; and Blanks, Haley, Howell and Melvin were honored as Phi Theta Kappa graduates. In addition, Hill, Haley, Melvin, Miller, Rodriguez, Stone and Tucker were among the students recognized for their inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.



Franklin County

Motlow College Franklin County students recognized during an annual student awards ceremony at the college are, from left, Shea Ray, Julie Tucker, Karen Stone and Jacob Hayes. Ray received the President's Award for her 4.0 grade-point average. Tucker, Stone and Hayes were recognized for their inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and Tucker and Stone also were honored as members of the President's Student Leadership Institute.



Lincoln County

These Lincoln County residents were among the Motlow College students recognized during a recent awards ceremony on the Moore County campus. Seated from left are Brandon Banks, who received the President's Award and is a Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduate; Sheila Faircloth, the recipient of the French Award; and Evan Spurlock, who was recognized for his membership in the President's Student Leadership Institute. Standing from left are Laken Taylor, a Phi Theta Kappa graduate; Victoria Scott, who received the Outstanding Student Government Association Award for the Fayetteville Center; and Walter Duckett, the recipient of the French and English awards. Also recognized as Phi Theta Kappa graduates but not pictured were Misty Brogdon, Amber Bryant, Breanna Couey, John Creson, Nicole Cummings, Amber Hipps, Shelbie Miles, Mallory Neal, Collin Snoddy and Patricia Woolridge, all of Lincoln County.



Moore County

Motlow College students Lindsey Gass and Jenipher Dobbs, both of Moore County, were among the Motlow students honored during a recent ceremony on the Moore County campus. Gass, at left, received the Education Award and the President's Award. She and Dobbs were recognized for their inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and Dobbs was presented a gold sash in recognition of her status as a Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduate.



Rutherford County

These Rutherford County residents were among the Motlow College students recognized during a recent awards ceremony on the Moore County campus. Seated from left are Ainagul Baimuratova, Ann-Maree Doss, Crystal Lee, Ange'lica Looney, Christopher Dedmon and Andrew Mullendore; and standing from left, are Yerlyn Castro, Hassan Alwan, Mihad Mahdi, Heather Vantrease, Jamie Jones, Bridget Carlson, Whitney North and Christina Gurtung. Doss, Carlson, Vantrease, Vargas, Jones, Gurtung and Mahdi received President's Awards for their 4.0 grade-point averages. Recognized for participation in the President's Student Leadership Institute were Looney; North, who received the Student Government Association Award for the Smyrna Center; and Mullendore, a member of Motlow's baseball team, who was named an Outstanding Athlete. Students honored for inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges were Baimiratova; Gurtung; Looney; North; Dedmon; Mullendore; Doss; Lee, who was named the Outstanding Nursing Student; and Doss and Vantrease, who received the Business Technology awards. Alwan, Mahdi, Carlson, Doss and Lee also were recognized as Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduates.



Warren County

These Warren County residents were among the Motlow College students recognized during a recent awards ceremony on the Moore County campus. Seated from left are Autumn Chatwood, Brianna Finger, Kelsey Jones, Lisa Haile and Corey Morris; and standing from left are Rex Aclipen, James Wilkins, John Smoot, Tiffany Smith and Cheryl Chavez. Chatwood, Finger, Jones, Haile and Smoot were recognized for their inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. In addition, Chatwood, Haile, Jones, Morris and Wilkins were recognized as Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduates, Chatwood received the Psychology Award, and Finger received the Sociology Award. Aclipen and Wilkins were recognized as outstanding students in mechatronics, and Jones and Morris received All-Tennessee Academic Team awards and were recognized as members of the Presidential Student Leadership Institute. Morris, Smith and Chavez also received President's awards.