JCJC selects Who’s Who & Hall of Fame representatives
Written By: Teresa Martin
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Date Submitted: 2011-12-13 14:09:31
ELLISVILLE - JCJC recently selected 59 students for the 2011-12 Who’s Who Among America’s Junior Colleges and JCJC Hall of Fame. These sophomore students are chosen by a faculty committee representing all areas of study. Criteria include academic achievement, service to the college, and community involvement. Twelve students were chosen from the group of Who’s Who Among America’s Junior Colleges, were also selected for the additional honor of JCJC Hall of Fame. These students’ campus involvement and academic achievements are amongst the elite of sophomore class.
(NOTE: Students selected for Hall of Fame are indicated by a star (*) and are in bold.)
Chandler Hamrick, Quitman-Pre-Med; Amanda Satcher, Enterprise-Pharmacy Technology; Cody Smith, Clara-Engineering and Virginia Smith, Quitman-Nutrition and Dietetics.
Coast – Harrison County:
Jamie Allen, Long Beach-English.
Ashtin Massengale, Collins-Marketing and Management.
Forrest – Lamar Counties:
*Kristen Anderson, Purvis-Music Education; Jennifer Aust, Brooklyn-General Studies; *Katie Byrd, Petal-Speech Pathology/Audiology; *Katie Folkes, Oak Grove-History; Melanie Foreman, Hattiesburg-General Studies; Karrah Taylor, Hattiesburg-General Studies; Melanie Foreman, Hattiesburg-General Studies; and Kristin George, Hattiesburg-Law.
*Brittany Bounds, Neely-Engineering; and Staci Thornton, State Line-Music Education.
Latisha Hamilton, Louin-Music Education.
Jackson Area -Hinds:
*Kyle Upchurch, Raymond-Business Administration.
Lauren Bradley, Laurel-Speech Pathology/Audiology; Scott Carter, Ellisville-Accounting; Tyler Cook, Ellisville-General Studies; Johna Ellzey, Ellisville-Pre-Med; Yvette Ellzey, Ellisville-Bus. Office Tech Office Sys.; Jonathan Glaze, Ellisville- Physical Therapy; *William Graves, Soso-Law; Savannah Hobgood, Laurel-Associate Degree Nursing; Lauren Hohn, Moselle-Associate Degree Nursing; Haley James, Ellisville-Associate Degree Nursing; Lindsay James, Moselle-Accounting; Camisha Knighton, Laurel-Business Administration; Melissa Laird, Ellisville-English; Murphy Matthews, Laurel-English Education; Kristina Mitchell, Laurel-Journalism; Rease Patrick, Ellisville-Forestry Technology; Kristin Powell, Laurel-Medical Radiology Tech.; Anna Sumrall, Laurel-Sports Medicine; Trey Winpigler, Laurel-Engineering and Amanda Wyatt, Laurel- Associate Degree Nursing.
Nohemi Martinez, Meridian-Music Education.
*Daniel Anderson, Beaumont-Engineering; Zebulon Lott, Beaumont-Associate Degree Nursing; Brittany McSwain, Richton-Law; and Tiffany Odom, Richton-Journalism.
*Brooke Armstrong, Hickory-Music Education.
Elizabeth Allen, Mize-Biological Science; Danielle Chaney, Taylorsville-Business Administration; Nicole Hester, Taylorsville-Associate Degree Nursing; *Gwendolyn Matuszewki, Pulaski-English; *Katie Pittman, Taylorsville-Associate Degree Nursing; Kristie Reddoch, Taylorsville-Music Education; and Marta Swanner, Taylorsville-Elementary Education.
Kirstan Clements, Waynesboro-Pharmacy Technology; Kyla Dearman, Waynesboro-Marketing and Management Tech.; Lauren Douglas, Waynesboro-General Studies; *Kelli Durr, Waynesboro-Pre-Med and Shelby Heathcock, Waynesboro- Marketing and Management Tech.
Hayden White, Benton-Pre-Med; and *Jordy White, Benton-Pre-Med.
Nickolas Williams, Victoria-General Studies.
Sam Thorold, Lonughborough-General Studies