HCC Honors Academic Achievements of Students | Newspaper
HAGERSTOWN, Maryland – Hagerstown Community College would like to recognize students in the 2020-2021 academic year who have won competitive and special program awards.
Competitive award recipients included Jessica J. Daubert, of Waynesboro, Pa., And Christina M. Metcalfe, of Mercersburg, Pa., For the All-Maryland Community College – Transfer Pathway Award Academic Team; Willard J. Hammerman, of Boonsboro, and Brenda J. Taylor, of Hagerstown, for the All-Maryland Community College Academic Team – Workforce Pathway Award; Joshua E. James, of Hagerstown, and Alison N. Wigfield, of Williamsport, for the award for personal and professional growth in nursing; Dharma Bhatt, of Hagerstown, for the Campus Leadership Award; Kirsten A. Barnhart, of Big Pool, for the HCC Alumni Association Life Membership Award, Government Student Association Award and Commendation for Academic Excellence in Mathematics and Science, Biology; Kristin N. Tindal, of Hagerstown, for the College Community Service Award; Tina Z. Akondeng-Azise, from Hagerstown, for the Phi Theta Kappa Award; Ayman Motoda, of Hagerstown, for an outstanding graduate from STEMM Technical College and a commendation for academic excellence in mathematics and science for physics; Madeleine J. Davis, of Boonsboro, for the David Wayne Moser Memorial Award and the Robinwood Players Drama Award; Donamarie D. Pesebre, of Clarksburg, for the Hu-Friedy Golden Scaler Award; Victor L. Cline, of Hagerstown, for the Ted Lynch Award from the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists;
Ciara D. McDaniel, Berkeley Springs, for the Judith Kofoet Award for Professionalism in Radiography; Douglas R. Shelton, of Hagerstown, for the Lowry Johnson Award for Excellence in Radiography; Caitlin L. Glazier, of McConnellsburg, Pa., For the Alumni Association of the School of Nursing at Washington County Hospital; Drew N. Gordon, of Big Cove Tannery, Pa., For the Outstanding College Athlete Award; Sarah E. DeMuth, of Hagerstown, for Outstanding Business Student; Ashley N. Welsh, of Waynesboro, Pa., For the outstanding student in dental assisting; Rachel A. Frye of Smithsburg for outstanding dental hygiene student;
Julia D. Bivens, of Kearneysville, for the outstanding student in education; Quincy S. Wilson, of Hagerstown, for Outstanding Health Information Management Students and the Health Information Management Career Programs Excellence Award; Bobbi J. Bartholow, Martinsburg, for the outstanding student in human services; Leslie A. Unger, of Williamsport, for outstanding student in paralegal studies; Aaron Blickenstaff, of Hagerstown, for outstanding political science student;
Lisa M. Taylor, of Martinsburg, for outstanding student in psychology; Cali Lois Pauline Randell, of Hagerstown, for outstanding sociology student; Shaiya K. Booker, of Hagerstown, for the R. Benjamin and Rebecca Jones Visual Arts Award of Merit; Laura E. Golden, of Hancock, for the Richard A. Reynolds Memorial Award; Tatianna I. O’Brien, of Wilmington, North Carolina, for the James and Georgia Pierne Merit Scholarship; Ryleigh G. McKinnon, Smithsburg, for the Technology and Computing Leadership and Service Award; Jared R. Muller, of Myersville, for the Web and Multimedia Technology and Computing Technology and Service Leadership and Service Award and the Web and Multimedia Technology Career Program Excellence Award.
The recipients of the Technology and Computing Leadership and Services Awards were Lucas A. Mowen, of Hagerstown, for advanced manufacturing systems; Lisa M. Ulrich, Smithsburg, for the IT Support Specialist; Manav Bhatt, from Hagerstown, for cybersecurity; Regina Weagle, of Frederick, for digital forensics; Hayden A. Norris, of Hancock, for electrical engineering technology; Chloe M. Weigel, of Hagerstown, for graphic design technology; John Q. Simms, of Hagerstown, for interactive design and game development; Maliek D. Fuller-Williamson and Michelle M. Rosner, both of Hagerstown, for network administration; Hannah F. Stancliff, of Mercersburg, Pa., For Web and Multimedia Technology.
The recipients of the Career Program Excellence Awards were Sherri L. Griffith, of Greencastle, Pa., For Accounting and Business; Taylor N. Rudisill, of Hagerstown, for the administration of justice; Kelly Powell, of Fairfield, Pa., For advanced manufacturing systems; Rowan P. Deatrich, of Greencastle, Pa., For dental hygiene; Robin G. Dukes, of New Market, for early childhood and primary education; Caleb T. Singer, of Smithsburg, for graphic design technology; Madelyn G. Clever, of Thurmont, for technician of services to the person; Ryan J. Freels, of Hagerstown, for interactive design and game development; Meredith Hottle, of Chambersburg, Pa., For management; Beth K. Muturi, of Hagerstown, for nursing; and Morgan D. Dyer, of Sharpsburg, for the x-ray.
The recipients of the Commendation for Academic Excellence in Mathematics and Science were Melissa K. Beaumonte, of Hagerstown, for Biotechnology; Casey M. Douglas, of Hancock, for chemistry; Jacob S. Frazee, of Hagerstown, for engineering; Hannah L. Warrenfeltz, New Market, for environmental studies; Robert G. Cramer, of Chambersburg, Pa., For mathematics; and Zann M. Butt, of Hagerstown, for the pre-pharmacy. The recipient of the Commendation for Outstanding Computer Science Graduate was Abdul R. Azizi of Knoxville.
The recipients of the TRiO: Student Support Services Awards of Excellence were Beth N. Reed, of Shippensburg, Pa., For academic achievement; Jadie L. Buhrman, of Myersville; and Abbie N. Rice, of Funkstown, for an aspiring researcher; and Martha A. Bray, of Hedgesville; George A. Craig, of Hagerstown; Talita L. Helms-Rodriguez, of Petersburg, Virginia; and Larry J. Keyser, of Hagerstown, all for their persistence.
Janet L. Stamper of Middletown is recognized for her induction into the Maryland Zeta Chapter of Lambda Nu for Radiological Sciences. Members of this honor society must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA after one full-time semester of a professional program and additional recognition such as a professional paper.