SFCC Recognizes Outstanding Students at Honors Convocation
Honors Convocation, a long-held State Fair Community College tradition, recognizes students for distinction in scholarship, leadership and service to the college and for academic achievements and participation in organizations and extracurricular activities.
On April 10 in SFCC’s Thompson Conference Center in the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center on the Sedalia campus, these students received the following awards.
Ambassador of the Year—Jack Long, Cole Camp
Dental Hygiene—Kylie Fossinger, Warrensburg; Valorie Leonard, Knob Noster; Brittany Robertson, Columbia
Diagnostic Medical Sonography—Lacey Belt, Sedalia; Tamara Buholzer, Clinton; Mallory Folsom, Stover; Alyssa Hamblen, Concordia; Kathryn Horn, Warrensburg; Amy Huber, Blackburn; Alexia Kramer, Moscow Mills; Brittany McQueen, Sedalia; Amber Roberts, Versailles; Cassandra Rogers, Fortuna
Education—Abigail Bilyeu, California
English—Thomas Cadwell, Warrensburg; Hawk Johnson, Warsaw; Aidan Rottman, Versailles
Mathematics—Jonathan Hoke, Sedalia; Victor Jones, Holden; Aleea Magras, Pilot Grove; Christine Sharp, Roach; Sarah Stow, Warrensburg; Thomas Zietkiewicz, Whiteman Air Force Base
Missouri Community College Association Student Leadership—Noel Jerrell, Sedalia
Nursing—Angela Petree, Tipton; Bryce Weir, Warrensburg; Samantha Wilson, Centertown
President’s Scholar—Raegan Alexander, Lake Ozark; Lauren Baalman, Cole Camp; Jensen Bauer, Stover; Kimberly Cooper, Calhoun; Jesse Dummermuth, Eldon; Averie Heil, La Monte; Dawn Hernadez, Knob Noster; Noel Jerrell, Sedalia; Hana Lingenfelter, Warsaw; Chase Plymell, Sedalia; Stephanie Sallee, Kaiser; Michael Tsurkan, Marshall; Eric Turner, Warsaw; Bryce Weir, Warrensburg;
Radiologic Technology—Keith Cummings, Warrensburg; Dawn Hernadez, Knob Noster; Christopher Lemoine, Windsor; Brittany Reinwald, Concordia; Lakota Wiskur, Sedalia
Student Government Association—Grant Clayton, Jefferson City; Macie Yearout, Sedalia
TRiO Student of the Year—Noel Jerrell, Sedalia
William C. Hopkins Award for Excellence Scholarship—Leslie Neas, Cole Camp