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BPC Presents Awards During Honors Chapel

Honors Day

Dr. Tim Searcy presents Ross Jenkins with the Conrad-Shelby Achievement Award. Jenkins also received the Dean’s Scholar Award and the Outstanding Ministry/Christian Studies Student Award.

Honors Chapel
Mrs. Elizabeth Adams presents Nathalie Herberger with the International Student Award for Highest Academic Achievement. Herberger also received the Pi Gamma Mu Award and the Outstanding Achievement Award for Political Science.
Honors Chapel

Melinda Tew, recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award, poses for a photo with      Dr. Susan White.

Honors Chapel
Athletics Director Sheila Simmons presents Joshua Hughes with the Male Champion of Character SSAC/NAIA Athletic Award.
Honors Chapel
Professor Lynn Addison presents Kayla Herndon with the Business Award for Highest Academic Achievement.
Honors Chapel

Kappa Tau Kappa member Ross Jenkins presents staff member Inez Adams with the Darwin Reese Simmons Servant Leadership Award.

(Photos by Lauren Moye)

By Mandy Corbin

Marketing Coordinator

MOUNT VERNON—Many Brewton-Parker College students who have received high levels of success during their academic studies took center stage during the annual Honors Day ceremony April 29 in Saliba Chapel on the Mount Vernon Campus. Dr. Tim Searcy, vice president for academic services, presided over the ceremony.

Dr. Searcy recognized the largest group of recipients at this year’s ceremony, the Dean’s Scholars. These students were named to the Dean’s List for five of the last seven semesters.

Honorees were: John Carr, James Hobbs, Courtney Howard, Ross Jenkins, Amy L. Kerlin, Blake Newsome, Andrea Smith, Jennifer Taylor, and Ashley Wise.

Dr. Searcy also presented the Conrad-Shelby Academic Achievement Award to Ross Jenkins. This award is presented to the graduating senior with the highest GPA.

BPC Athletic Director Sheila Simmons presented the Athletic Award for highest academic achievement for a female student-athlete to Heather Sutliff. Simmons presented the Athletic Award for a male student-athlete to John Carr. Simmons also presented two Champion of Character SSAC/NAIA Athletic Awards to one male and one female student-athlete. The awards went to Joshua Hughes and Ashlee Phillips.

Kayla Herndon was presented the Business Award for Highest Academic Achievement by Prof. Lynn Addison. Ronak Chauhan was presented the Business Award for Outstanding Achievement by Dr. Nichole Shepard.

Three awards for Christian Studies were presented Dr. Jerry Ray. Ross Jenkins received the Outstanding Ministry/Christian Studies Student Award. Cody Carpenter received the Religious Leadership Award. The Religious Service Award was presented to Will Browder.

Two awards were presented for Communications by Dr. Don Wallace. Jade Holt received the Highest Academic Achievement Award. The Outstanding Achievement Award was presented to Megan Forrest.

The Outstanding Future Teacher Award was presented to Melinda Tew by Dr. Susan White.

Four awards were presented for English by Dr. Thom Brucie. Jerusha Yoder received the Highest Academic Achievement Award. The Sigma Tau Delta English Award was presented to Dana Price, Beatriz Vargas, and Jerusha Yoder.

The History Award for Outstanding Achievement was presented by Dr. Ian Crowe to John Carr.

Mrs. Elizabeth Adams presented the International Student Award for Highest Academic Achievement to Nathalie Herberger.

Lauren Simerly was presented with the Math Award for Highest Academic Achievement by Professor Forrest Rich.

The Pi Gamma Mu Award was presented by Professor Vance Rhoades to Nathalie Herberger.

Two awards were presented for Outstanding Achievement for Political Science by Professor Roger Byrd. Recipients were Tyler Corley and Nathalie Herberger.

Ashley Wise was presented with the Psychology Award for Highest Academic Achivement by Dr. Cory Williams.

The Richard B. Russell Award, which is sponsored by the General Richard Montgomery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists, was presented by Dr. Mary Waalkes to Tyler Corley.

Dr. Paul Bond presented the Science Award for Highest Academic Achievement to Brandy Bynum.

Vice President for Alumni, Advancement and Church Relations, Dr. CB Scott, presented two Student Services Leadership Awards to Ashlee Phillips and David Dixon.

The Brewton-Parker College Student Government Association presented three awards honoring a member of the faculty, a member of the staff, and an academic division within the college. SGA President Tierra Axom presented the Outstanding Faculty Member Award to Professor Vance Rhoades. Kimberly Kern received the Outstanding Staff Member Award. The Outstanding Department/Division Award this year was presented to the Division of Business.

The Darwin Reese Simmons Servant Leadership Award was presented to staff members Inez Adams and Bob Sanford by Kappa Tau Kappa members Ross Jenkins and Joshua Hughes.

Graduation will be held on Saturday, May 10, at 10 a.m. in Saliba Chapel.

More photos can be found at www.facebook.com/brewtonparker.

 

 

The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application
of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
 
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May 6, 2014 4:47 PM