College Salutes Academic Achievements
Brunswick, GA – Academic achievement was the prevalent theme of the annual Honors Day program Friday afternoon, April 26, in the Thomas Auditorium of the Southeast Georgia Conference Center.
Rebekah Lindborg (Brunswick) was named Academic All American Scholar by College President Valerie Hepburn and she received the President’s Award for Baccalaureate Studies. John Dikov (Brunswick) received the President’s Award for Pre-Baccalaureate Studies.
Dr. Phillip Mason, Vice President of Academic Affairs, presented awards to Justin Ford (Brunswick), Kimberly Helms (St. Marys), Tamara Peeples (Waverly), Brittany Reisch (St. Marys), and Boun Smith (Kingsland).
Johnna Floyd (Brunswick) was named Phi Theta Kappa Academic All-American.
Mark Brown (Brunswick)received the President’s Choice Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. Margaret Reski-Alexander (St. Simons Island) received the W.H. and Madeline Bloodworth Memorial Scholarship.
The individual schools within the College recognized outstanding students in each discipline:
One hundred thirteen students received certificates for earning over 30 hours of credit with a grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Staff and faculty received special recognition as well. Dr. Charlsie Myers, Professor of the Year, Sarah Hartman, Adjunct Professor of the Year, and Larry Johnson, Advisor of the Year, were recognized. Gerald Moody in Technology Services was named 2013 Staff Member of the Year.
|Release Date: 4/30/2013|
Source: College of Coastal Georgia