Community Living | Coupon | Police Scanner | E-News Signup | Archives | Merchant Directory | Dining Guide
Have a HOT TIP? Call 704-276-6587 Or E-mail us At LH@LincolnHerald.net
Lincoln Herald | Lincolnton, NC


home : news : education October 20, 2017

5/10/2014 12:01:00 AM
Outstanding Graduates Honored At Gaston College Awards Banquet
Gaston College President Dr. Patricia Skinner presents Marjorie “Heidi“ Heavner (right) with this year’s North Carolina Community College Systems Academic Excellence Award at the Awards Banquet. She received a plaque and medallion in honor of her academic accomplishments. Heidi, a native of Jonas Ridge now lives in Morganton. She attended Avery County High School and has worked with both the Morganton Department of Public Safety and the Hickory Fire Department. (Photos Courtesy Gaston College)

Gaston College President Dr. Patricia Skinner presents Marjorie “Heidi“ Heavner (right) with this year’s North Carolina Community College Systems Academic Excellence Award at the Awards Banquet. She received a plaque and medallion in honor of her academic accomplishments. Heidi, a native of Jonas Ridge now lives in Morganton. She attended Avery County High School and has worked with both the Morganton Department of Public Safety and the Hickory Fire Department.

(Photos Courtesy Gaston College)

TOP: (L to R) Dr. Silvia Husain-Rios, Vice President of Gaston College Student Affairs congratulates Elizabeth Tyler, the Dallas Herring Achievement Award Nominee.
BOTTOM: (L to R) Aubrey Gardner, last year’s Gaston College recipient of the North Carolina Community College System Academic Excellence Award and Student Government President, Gaston College student Carroll Moulder, Latoya Ross, the new incoming Student Government President, Tarshus Fewell, recipient of the Governor Robert W. Scott Leadership Award, and Gaston college student Amanda Lazano.

TOP: (L to R) Dr. Silvia Husain-Rios, Vice President of Gaston College Student Affairs congratulates Elizabeth Tyler, the Dallas Herring Achievement Award Nominee.

BOTTOM: (L to R) Aubrey Gardner, last year’s Gaston College recipient of the North Carolina Community College System Academic Excellence Award and Student Government President, Gaston College student Carroll Moulder, Latoya Ross, the new incoming Student Government President, Tarshus Fewell, recipient of the Governor Robert W. Scott Leadership Award, and Gaston college student Amanda Lazano.

Stephanie Michael-Pickett
Gaston College

DALLAS – Outstanding Gaston College graduates were honored on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 7 p.m. for their academic achievement at the College’s annual Awards Banquet. The banquet, sponsored by the Student Government Association, recognized students who are outstanding graduates, recipients of the President’s Award, Learn 4 Life Award, and divisional awards for academic achievement and leadership. The banquet was held at the Gastonia Conference Center in downtown Gastonia.

These outstanding graduates are among the 785 students graduating this month from Gaston College. Around 488 students will participate in the graduation commencement ceremony on May 16 at the Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte.

The following students received divisional awards for academic achievement:

Outstanding Graduates

Belmont
Hannah K. Laws, Associate of Science
Christina N. Simms, Computer Engineering Technology

Bessemer City
Rikki L. Bradley, Early College
Lakisha Goodson, Associate Degree Nursing

Charlotte
Melody Dandazi , Biotechnology

Cherryville
Melissa H. Crespo, Accounting
Robert Porter, Criminal Justice

Crouse
Katie A. Wise, Criminal Justice-Latent Evidence

Dallas
Emily S. Deaton, Business Administration
Blair D. Gribble, Fire Protection/Emergency Management
David T. Luu, Mechatronics Engineering Technology & Mechanical Engineering Technology
Jewel T. Null, Associate in Arts
Janie M. Vaughn, Human Services Technology
Samuel J. Schroeder, Nuclear Technology Program

Gastonia
Diana L. Asbury, Office Administration
Marilyn Baldwin, Medical Office Administration
Matthew A. Banks, Networking Technology
William D. Campbell, Web Technologies
Jessica C. Cape, Associate of Science
Jennifer L. Cunningham, Associate of Science
Tarshus J. Fewell, Associate in Arts
Johnny R. Neal, Electronics Engineering Technology
Samantha B. Root, Medical Assisting
Terri Wellman, Early Childhood

Huntersville
Warren C. Parker, Information Systems Security

Kings Mountain
Jeffrey B. Floyd, Business Administration-Logistics Management
Leslie R. Grimes, Business Administration – Human Resources Management

Lincolnton
Shannon T. Burgess, Computer Information Technology
Suzette T. Carpenter, Paralegal Technology
Aolani E. Gouge, Associate in Arts
Sarah E. McAuley, Emergency Medical Services

Newton
Marcia Norris, Office Administration-Legal

Stanley
Marshall A. Champion, Art
Stacey Y. Dalzell, Computer Programming
Lisa A. Thrams, Dietetic Technician

Tega Cay
Krista Parra, LPN-RN

Vale
Daniel Fredell, Health and Fitness Science


President’s Awards

Dr. Patricia Skinner presented the President’s Award to full-time students that maintained an overall 4.0 grade point average.

Belmont
Ashlynn Baxter

Cherryville
Melissa H. Crespo

Dallas
Emily S. Deaton
Samuel Schroeder
Rodrigo Trejo-Contreras

Gastonia
George Anderson
Scotty Baylor
Fritz Cera
Frank Johnson

Iron Station
Elizabeth Tyler

Mooresville
Laura Valot


LEARN 4 LIFE AWARDS

Bessemer City
Michelle Williams

Charlotte
Gelena Royster

Cherryville
Chandra Carswell

Dallas
Aubrey Gardner
Nicholas L. Barnhill
Jacob Bradley

Gastonia
Diana L. Asbury
Jennifer L. Cunningham
Tarshus J. Fewell
Brandi Jank
Sandra Jones
Sherri Little
Jessica H. Newman

High Shoals
Laura Caldwell

Lincolnton
Justin Ballard
Luis M. Espinosa
Aolani E. Gouge

Lowell
Shaynee Doby

Maiden
Bobbie J. Keck

Mt. Holly
Tracy Brod
Lisa Williams

Dallas Herring Achievement Award Nominee
Iron Station
Elizabeth Tyler


North Carolina Community College System Academic Excellence Award

Morganton
Marjorie Heidi Heavner


Governor Robert W. Scott Leadership Award

Gastonia
Tarshus J. Fewell





Have Us E-mail You The Daily News
Click Here





BPW - Lincolnton 2017 Woman Year

 

LincolnHerald.net

Your Lincolnton-Lincoln County Online News Source for News, Sports, Opinion, Obituaries, Religion, Classifieds, Events, Photo, Community, Coupons, Live Cameras and Police Scanner.

Serving the areas of Lincolnton, Denver, Maiden, Stanley, Alexis, Vale, Crouse, Iron Station, High Shoals and Cherryville.

Not a newspaper, not a magazine, we’re online – on your computer at home or work, on your smartphone… with news and more 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays. 








Article Comment Submission Form
Please feel free to submit your comments.

Article comments are not posted immediately to the Web site. Each submission must be approved by the Web site editor, who may edit content for appropriateness. There may be a delay of 24-48 hours for any submission while the web site editor reviews and approves it.

Note: All information on this form is required. Your telephone number is for our use only, and will not be attached to your comment.
Submit an Article Comment
First Name:
Required
Last Name:
Required
Telephone:
Required
Email:
Required
Comment:
Required
Passcode:
Anti-SPAM Passcode Click here to see a new mix of characters.
This is an anti-SPAM device. It is not case sensitive.
   


North Carolina News

LincolnHerald How To Advertise





















News
• Business
• Lifestyles
• Arts & Culture
• Military
• Education
• Community Living
• Who's In Jail?
• Weather
• Lincoln Sheriff's Incident Report
• Lincoln County Government News
• Law Enforcement
• Home & Garden
• Health and Wellness
• Entertainment News

HomeNewsState NewsReligionOpinionSportsObituariesExtrasCommunityClassifiedsSubmit

Terms and Use | Merchant Directory | Dining Guide
Site Design and Content
Copyright Lincoln Herald, LLC 2011-2015

 


Software © 1998-2017 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved