Thirty area residents named outstanding students at NRCC
Thirty New River Valley residents were among the 38 students announced as Outstanding Students in a Curriculum/Subject Area at the recent President’s Awards Ceremony at New River Community College.
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 participate in the college’s commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11.
From Floyd County: Joshua Wayman Burnette, accounting; David Jungmann, general studies computer science; and Laken Quesenberry, general studies.
From Giles County: Benjamin Everett Hall, electronics technology; Houston Humphreys, science; Kaylee Joy Keith, anatomy and physiology; Molly Keith, general studies; Nathan Mullins, business administration; Lukas Reed, engineering; and Austin Turner, machine technology.
From Montgomery County: Brandon Adams, liberal arts; Robert Caldwell, instrumentation and control automation technology; Nicholas Cooper, engineering computer science; Anna Louise Ervine, visual communication design; Andrew Patrick Kurdila, nursing; Brian McCoy, IT foundations; Jeffrey Merola, information technology; Catalina Oliver, architectural and engineering design; Kavit Patel, IT network and technical support; and Emily Ann Woolwine, accounting.
From Pulaski County: Bailey Christopher Alward, police science; Nathaniel L. Bevil, electrical engineering technology; Alli Brooke Bryson, early childhood development; Emily Paige Dauel, fine arts; Hannah O’Dell, general studies fine arts; Autumn Brooke Quesenberry, education.
From Radford: Crystal Cote, medical administrative support; Dana Marie Draughn, administrative support technology; Callie Ganoe, machine technology; and Keith Quesenberry, advanced welder.