Academic Achievement Awards Announced at Limestone
Limestone College recognized the best of the best during recent award ceremonies held for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Limestone College’s W. B. and Louise Phifer Camp Academic Award, presented at the May commencement exercise to the graduating senior with the highest grade point average who demonstrates worthy character and leadership ability, went to Nicole Eno.
Also during the graduation ceremony, the General Excellence Award for the Day Program was presented to Michelle Lackey. The award goes to the graduating senior in the top 15 percent of the class, who has made significant contributions to the cultural and/or social environment of the college, and shows evidence of a superior and integral personality that is reflected in his/her attitude and behavior and is representative of the moral and ethical standards of Limestone College.
Some of the winners announced at the recent Academic Awards Ceremony included:
Alphi Chi Honors Society: William Cody Bostic, Ryan Cliff, Nicole Eno, Brianne Jones, Michelle Lackey, Qwaneshia Matthews, Devin Pommerenke, Heather Puchel, Lauren Roberts, and Michael Dylan Sims; Emmie Evans Rector Excellence in Physical Education/Teacher Education: Clint Smith; Archie Fowler Excellence in Elementary Education: Taylor N. Fowler; Gabe Stoeppler Excellence in Accounting: Riley Winter; Excellence in Business: Christian Larsen; Outstanding Achievement In Organic Chemistry: Timothy Davis; Excellence in English: Lindsey Taunton; Phi Alpha Theta Award in History: Devin Pommeranke; Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society (History); Caleb Bester and Adam Godfrey; Excellence in Athletic Training: Brianne Jones and Joseph Shawn Smith; Excellence In Physical Education/General: Hannah Pettit; and Excellence In Sport Management: Ryan Cliff.
Also, Outstanding Psychology Student Award: Michelle Lackey; Outstanding Graduating Chemistry Major: Qwaneshia Matthews; Psychology Research Award: Ashley Thompson; Penni O. Griffin Social Work Award: Jason Hurd; John M. Sullivan Social Work Award: Amanda Paige Mathias; M.C. Wicht, Sr. Memorial Award (Biology): Diana Rice; Hugh A. Cathey Scholarship (Chemistry); Joel Aguilera and Timothy Davis; Annie E. McClain Award for Poetry: Lindsey Taunton; Dolly Nunnery Boney Scholarship (English): Robert Wilson; Lee Davis Lodge Award for Prose: Tom Godfrey; Ramona Westbury Hale Scholarship (English): Lindsey Taunton; Bright Gresham Parker Scholarship (Music): Daniel Knowles; Louise Pettit Jones Scholarship (Music): Kelsey Stanley; Margaret Poole Littlejohn Scholarship (Music): Michael Makaza; Martha Anne Cline Scholarship (Music): Taylor R. Fowler and Tyler Scarabino; Trent E. McSwain Scholarship (Music): David Turner; Outstanding Achievement in Theatre Scholarship: Kinsey Gregg; and Eva June Foster Memorial Scholarship: Jeanna Burch.
Also, Outstanding Tutor Award: Rebekah Branham; Art History Award: Genna Greevelink; Art Senior Awards: Chelsee Brown, Alissa Knight, Abby Koba, Lauren Roberts, and Gemma Schaffer; Rising Artists Award: Kayla Dachenhausen, Kacie Faulks, Caleb Makaza, Kaitlyn Massey, Allison Masyada, and Jessica Reyes; Candelabra Service Award: Veronica Bosha and Abby Koba; Outstanding Biology Award: Robyn Harrison (freshman), George Green (sophomore), Maurissa Lester (junior), and Nikki Eno (senior); Sigma Beta Delta (Business): Destiny Duckett, Christian Larsen, Ester Brewton, Julia Moreira, Sarah Munoz, Jordan Pearsall, Peter Saurino, Alex Meeks, and Lalaina Randriamanantena.
Attached Photo: Nicole Eno accepts the W.B. and Louise Camp Academic Award from Dr. Mark Reger.