HATTIESBURG - The Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College presented awards to top students on April 26.
PRCC President William Lewis presented a presidential scholarship award to the University of Southern Mississippi to Alison McIntyre of Hattiesburg and one to Mississippi State University of Rachael Carraro of Hattiesburg.
Phi Theta Kappa and Honors College students presented Lewis with an autographed academic stole in honor of his leadership and upcoming retirement from PRCC on June 30.
Subject area awards went to:
Biological sciences - Rachel Mossor of Purvis.
Business management technology - Annie Leon of Hattiesburg.
Chemistry - Emily Burkes of Hattiesburg.
Communications - Joseph Austin of Oak Grove.
Computer science - Belinda Caldwell of Moselle.
Criminal justice - Alexis S. Pickens of Hattiesburg.
Dental assisting technology - Destiny Barrett of Runnelstown.
Dental hygiene technology - Misty Doherty of Gulfport.
Electronics technology - Tim Donati of McComb.
English - Raechel Stringer of Purvis.
Fine arts - Cody Sassman of Hattiesburg
Geography - Charles Underwood of Sumrall.
Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration - Adam Brenner of Hattiesburg.
History - Michael Evans of Purvis.
Mathematics - Brendan Massey of Hattiesburg.
Medical laboratory technology - Meghan Sundstrom of Hattiesburg.
Medical radiologic technology - Abby Wooten of Purvis.
Occupational therapy assistant - Morgan Lott of Columbus.
Philosophy/religion - Michael Evans of Purvis.
Physical therapist assistant technology - Erin Little of Seminary.
Psychology - Courtney Harlowe of Hattiesburg.
Practical nursing - Emma Haymes of Tulsa, Okla.
Spanish - Jared Keys of Hattiesburg.
Sociology - Jacob Lee of Petal.
Welding - Jamar Johnson of Hattiesburg.
Writing Contest awards: Literary analysis - Michael Evans of Purvis. Creative writing - Raechel Stringer of Purvis.
Honors College graduates from the Forrest County Center include Joseph Austin of Oak Grove, Sam Carr of Bassfield, Carraro, Kevin Craft of Oak Grove, Shelley Everett of Sumrall, Massey, McIntyre, Ericka Ogden of Oak Grove, John-Paul Pierce of Hattiesburg, Megan Seyfarth of Oak Grove and Stringer.
This year’s Honors College graduates have more than $400,000 in transfer scholarship monies in hand.
Who’s Who in American Community Colleges: Austin, Mercedes Brown, Kristen Byrd, Carr, Carraro, Craft, Frances Kelly Crofoot, Henderson Cunningham, William Curtis, Chelsea Daughdrill, Doherty, Axel Doyle, Dylan Fields, Christopher Ford, Katelyn Smith, Colleen Kirby, Little, Massey, McIntyre, Mark Monton, Jena Morgan, Jessica Nobles, Ericka Ogden, Pierce, Daisy Picazo, Virginia Reid, Kaylie Sellier, Seyfarth, Matthew Sims, Shelby Sterling, Stringer, Sundstrom, Kacey Toney, Meagan Tynes, Wooten, Berkley Warnick, Courtney Wilson, Annie Woods and Christopher Yates.
Phi Theta Kappa and Honors College students at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College presented President William Lewis (center) with an autographed academic stole in honor of his leadership and upcoming retirement from PRCC on June 30.
Pearl River Community College President William Lewis presented presidential scholarship awards to Mississippi State University to Rachael Carraro, left, and to the University of Southern Mississippi to Alison McIntyre, both of Hattiesburg.
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