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William Peace University Announces Class Awards

By on April 30, 2012 11:09 am

William Peace University recently announced its Class Day winners and Awards Day recipients for 2011-2012.

 

Class Day Winners:

In order to win the distinction, students are first nominated by faculty and staff of the university and then voted on by their peers.

 

Outstanding Seniors:
Becky Davis ‘12

Kristen Fitzpatrick ‘12

Leigh Wallace Hines ‘12

Samantha Pendergraft ‘12

Taylor Shaw-Adams ‘12

 

Outstanding Juniors:
Dalia Dahir ‘13

Sarah Dameron ‘13

Sidney Edwards ‘13

 

Outstanding Sophomores:

Katie Barrett ‘14

Cecilia Dhali ‘14

Rubi Hernandez ‘14

 

Outstanding First-Years:

Kandyce Jones ‘15

Sarah Osborne ‘15

Callie Yohn ‘15

 

Click here for Class Day pictures!

 

Awards Day Recipients:

 

  • Artemisia Award in Visual Art: Jeanna Buck ’13 & Rebekah Link ‘13
  • BIOS Award in Biological Science: Tricia Tran ‘12
  • W. Robert Everett Business Achievement Award: Kelcey Beech ‘13
  • Ida Withers Currie Award: Felicia Hilton ‘12
  • Schwertman Award for Excellence in English: Jessica Dixon ‘12
  • Penny Poetry Award: Sierra Alley ‘13, Barbara Allen Cates ‘13, Jessica Dixon ‘12 and Emily Kinney ‘12
  • Elizabeth Gibson Taylor Prose Award: Ariel Wortham ‘13The Peace Times Award: Taylor Shaw-Adams ‘12
  • Mary Pate Currie Humanities Award: Ariel Wortham ‘13
  • Tyner-Crossno Award in History & Political Science: Taylor White ‘13
  • Nancy J. Frazier Student Service Award: Shauna Yates ‘13
  • QEP Ethics Case Competition Winner: Katelyn McHale ‘15

 

 

Click here for pictures of Student Showcase and Awards Day!

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