31 Outstanding Students at NRCC
Thirty-one students from the New River Valley were recognized as Outstanding Students in a Curriculum/Subject Area by New River Community College.
Students from the New River Valley who were honored included:
From Floyd County: Noah Joseph Bower, fine arts; Jocelyn B. Cox, medical administrative support; Jessica Ashley Philpott, administrative support technology; Lycresha D. Radford, medical administrative support; Jaci Beth Thomas, forensic science; and Presley Kenneth Yates, machine technology.
From Giles County: Stephanie Diane Buckland, police science; Elana Lillian Dao, business management; James Murdock Link, general studies; and Christian David Tiller, information technology-cyber security specialization.
From Montgomery County: Corinna Kitchen Hill, nursing; Rachel Leigh Jarvis, human services; Emma Marie Lambertson, early childhood development; Liubov Yurievna Levina, general studies; Stephen Christopher McNabb, welding technology; Ashley Ann Mills, paralegal administrative support; Matthew Ryan Noller, accounting; Noah Paul Provenzano, engineering-computer science specialization; Hugh Benjamin Scarpa-Friedman, music; Laira Eduarda Splinter, English; and Rebecca Whitman, paralegal administrative support.
From Pulaski County: Jeffrey Trent Eversole, general studies; Taylor Marie Farmer, anatomy and physiology; Elizabeth Cheyenne Griggs, administrative support technology; Michael Dylan Jones, electronics technology; Joseph Benjamin Pratt, engineering design technology; MaKenzie Lynn Reno, anatomy and physiology; and Brandon Lee Wall, information technology-network and technical support specialization.
From Radford: Kacie Amber Adams, visual communication design; Samuel Lawrence Dent, art and English; and Andrew Ryan Mann, general studies.
Students received a congratulatory letter from the college president as well as a plaque honoring their awards. Students are also being individually recognized on NRCC’s social media outlets.
The awards were determined by the faculty in the various programs at the college. All students receiving the Outstanding Student in a Curriculum award have completed requirements for an associate degree, certificate, diploma or career studies certificate and are eligible to graduate from the college this spring or summer.