Scholar award recipient
Whitney N. Cue, of Martinez, has earned a Dana Scholars award at the annual opening convocation recently. Dana Scholars have been selected primarily on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership in college activities. Cue is a member of the class of 2007 at Agnes Scott College. She is a graduate of Lakeside High School and is the daughter of Jorge Cue and Leslie Cue.
Georgia Military College students receive honors
The following area students have achieved academic distinction at Georgia Military College during the fall quarter: President's List - 3.8 grade-point average or above: Diana Marie Amick, Christine M. Aussem, Petrina L. Bailey, Libby K. Barnett, Pamela Ann Calliham, Shana Rhyan Cook, Kelli Elizabeth Dixon, Kiavonya Maravia Ferrell, Hannah Lee Franklin, Aniela Hammonds, John Paul Henderson, Ashley Williams Henry, Jordan David Hobbs, Joni L. Howe, Stephanie A. James, India L. Jones-Hill, Lynda L. Lamarre, Donald Seth Lechner, Amanda Lynn Malone, Andrew Paul Maloney, Scott Collins Mitchell, Ashley Nicole Muckelvaney, Erica Brooke Newton, Danielle Marie Oglesby, Tammy Lynn Saldana, Christina Lynn Schmidt, Lori Hebbard Shepherd, Van Buren Simpson, Alicia Dawn Story, Celicia F. Sumbry, Maraya Yvette Turner, Arica Miranda Usry, and Janina Weser.
Dean's List - 3.3 grade-point average or above: Kelley Marie Addis, Roy Dee Akridge, Victoria M. Anderson, Heather Michelle Bateman, Natasha Ann Bell, Alletha Ann Boyd, Trina Shante Burnett, Crystal Leigh Chapman, Phillip Louis Choat, Anna Marie Claflin, Ashley Denise Collins, Ebony Chevon Collins, Amber Nicole Cook, Allison N. Cornett, Haley Lynn Covell, Cristina Marie Delira, Ashley Renee Denany, Tammy Latrice Derrico, Amanda Bliss Dickson, Christina Marie Dykes, Sasha L. Egipciaco, Angela Renee Fletcher, Sekethia L. Ford, Milagros Frank, Amber Leanne Gayman, Candy B. Goff, Rachel Michelle Guidry, Jennifer Lynn Harper, Dustin Craig Hawkins, Amanda Ryan Henthorn, Anthony Harold Hoehn, Lauryn Alisha Holton, Jessica Faith Hopkins, Tiffany O. Johnson, Shanta Katina Jones, Christine E. Keller, Richard James Keyser, Kristal D. La Cue-Patterson, Christin Michele Lall, Tabitha Ann Mahoney, Sabrina Marie Marshall, Phyllis Teresa McGhee, Elaine Lourdes Molina, Diane J. Ong, Amber Lynn Partridge, Phillip Wilson Radeck, Elizabeth Sue Register, Rustum H. Regua, Jordan Craig Rhoades, Jessica Ringle, Nicole L. Rintamaa, Joshua Kent Robinson, Stephanie Jo Rollins, Michelle Kirkley Russell, Bre Anna Savelkoul, Laura L. Smalley, Brandi Alease Smith, Robert K. Smith, Kewendi Kiya Spencer, Paul D. Stevenson, Twanna Yvette Stokes, April Michelle Swearingen, Rebecca Jane Taylor, Renee Lynn Thompson, Stephanie Marie Turner, Lynn Prescott Tyner, Gregory Russell Uhl, Justin Lucas Upton, Elyse Nicole Walden, Quenswella Domonique Walker, Charlene Watson, Katie Jean Westerfield, Crystal Denise Whitaker, Roberta Lynn Withrow, Ashlee J. Wright, Miayaiko L. Wright, Rosalyn Paulino Yi, and Rebecca Louise Zimmerman.
Michael W. Brown, of Evans, has been recognized for outstanding sales achievement by National Companies by reaching the silver presidential director level.
Evans area student studies abroad
Wofford College student Rebecca Koger, of Evans, is studying during the fall semester 2005 in Dublin, Ireland. Koger is a member of the class of 2007.
UGA CURO apprentices
Three area undergraduates have been selected to work closely with faculty members on yearlong research projects through an apprentice program offered by UGA's Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.
The 2005 CURO apprentices from Columbia County are Shivan Bhatt, Sana Hashmi and Nithya Natrajan, all of Martinez. All three attended Lakeside High School.
Scott L. Ramey, of Martinez, is graduating from the University of South Carolina Aiken with an associate degree in nursing. Scott has been awarded membership in the Gamma Beta Phi Society of USC Aiken and the Sigma Alpha Lambda of the University of South Carolina. Both organizations recognize excellence in education and the promotion of leadership.
Teacher in Who's Who
Lynn G. Johnson, a teacher in the Columbia County school system's gifted education specialist elementary program, has been nominated by a former student for the ninth edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers.
Students were requested to nominate one teacher from their entire academic experience who made a difference in their lives by helping to shape their values, inspire interest in a particular subject and challenge them to strive for excellence.
Student named to Who's Who list
Jill A Brown, of Evans, has been named to the 2006 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
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