Local students recognized at UTM Honors Day

Local students recognized at UTM Honors Day

Posted: Friday, April 29, 2011 9:16 am

The Univesity of Tennessee at Martin recognized local students at the 47th annual Honors Day.
Students included:
Kathryn A. Moser of Martin received the Outstanding Graduate Family and Consumer Sciences Student Award.
Johanna Van Zyl of South Africa received the Outstanding Mathematics Student Award and the Intercollegiate Athletics Student-Athletes Award for Women’s Tennis
The Intercollegiate Athletics Student-Athletes award is presented to student-athletes in their respective sports, who have demonstrated leadership in and out of the athletic venue and academic excellence.
Lori A. Hutcherson of Martin received the Outstanding University Studies Student Award.
Sarah A. McAlpin of Dresden received the Chi Omega Sorority Award.  This is an award of $100 given to the woman excelling in one of the social sciences.  
Laura N. Gullett of Martin received the William H. Baker Scholarship Award
This award is given to one or more full-time students in the College of Business and Global Affairs who have completed 60 hours of college credit, demonstrated scholarship and leadership ability, participated in extracurricular activities and shown promise of professional achievement.
Caitlin E. Simpson of Martin received the Alpha Omicron Pi Mothers’ Club Scholarship Award.
This is an award of $500 given to a senior Alpha Omicron Pi sorority member in recognition of academic excellence, leadership and service to her sorority and UT Martin.
Ronald C. Peckham of Martin received the Outstanding English and Modern Foreign Languages Student Award, the Literary Award in the Short Story and the Martin Lions Club-H.B. Smith Award.
The Literary Award in the Short Story is for the best short story submitted in a campus competition. The Martin Lions Club-H.B. Smith award is given to the prospective graduate who has accumulated the highest academic average.
Mary K. Unger of Martin received the Outstanding Communications Student Award.
Lauren B. Robertson of Martin received the Intercollegiate Athletics Student-Athletes Award for Soccer.
This award is presented to student-athletes in their respective sports, who have demonstrated leadership in and out of the athletic venue and academic excellence.
Madison A. Tate of Martin, received the UT Martin STEA Leadership Award. This award is given to a student enrolled in the Teacher Education and Behavioral Sciences who has demonstrated professional dedication, professionalism and leadership in the field of education while serving STEA.
Shauna A. Trichler of Martin received the Sam and Gladys Siegel Agriculture Award.
This award is presented to students in the Department of Agriculture, Geosciences and Natural Resources on the basis of scholarship or professional competence in some field of agriculture and leadership ability, as demonstrated by contribution to departmental, campus and community organizations and programs. Departmental faculty select the recipients.
Joshua S. Lemons of Martin received the Pacer Award.
 This award is given to the student who, in his or her time as a student journalist, has made the most significant contribution to The Pacer.
Misty L. Dunlap of Martin received the Robert G. Cowser Literary Award in Poetry and the John E. McCluskey Literary Award in the Scholarly/Critical Paper. The Robert G. Cowser Literary award is for the best selection of poems submitted in a campus competition. The John E. McCluskey Literary Award in the Scholarly/Critical Paper award is for the best scholarly essay submitted in a campus competition.
Anna Winklemann of Germany received the David S. Loebbaka Award.
Hoi Y. Mak of Martin received the George and Ruth Horton Curricula Humanities Award.
This award of at least $250 is presented to the humanities sophomore with the highest academic average. The award is supported from donations by Professor-Emeritus Horton’s former pre-professional students and other students and friends of the Hortons.
Jannell R. McConkey of Sharon received the William H. Baker Scholarship Award.  This award is given to one or more full-time students in the College of Business and Global Affairs who have completed 60 hours of college credit, demonstrated scholarship and leadership ability, participated in extracurricular activities and shown promise of professional achievement.
 Abbie M. Fuqua of Martin received the Faculty Women’s Club Scholarship Award.  
This is an award of $500 given in recognition of the academic excellence of female students who have achieved junior status. Selection is made by a committee of the club and is based primarily on academic achievement, financial need, citizenship and leadership.
 Matthew L. Fitzgerald of Sharon received the Outstanding Upper Division Engineering Award.
This award is presented to an upper division engineering student with at least 60 semester hours who has demonstrated scholarship and leadership ability, participated in extracurricular activities and has shown promise of professional achievement.wcp 4/26/11

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