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Health Sciences Spring Graduates/NTHS Scholarship Awarded

The Gadsden State Community College Division of Health Sciences recently held pinning ceremonies for several programs.  The 2013 program graduates are:

PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM

Albertville: Amanda Kaylor   Anniston: Heather Cummings, Vanna Mckee, Michelle Mosley, Donna Smith, Teneshia Varner  Boaz:  Sylvia Malone  Gadsden: Brandy  Byrum, Elizabeth Cambron, Eric Herren, Susan Johnson, Jodi Salster   Gallant: Natasha Barksdale   Gaylesville: Katrina  Pearsey Glencoe: Deyna Stone  Heflin:  Chastity Edwards  Hokes Bluff: Laura Higgins, John David Wagnon  Jacksonville: Regina  Jackson  Leesburg: Ramona Vadon  Ohatchee: Deborah Robertson   Oxford: Pearlie  James  Piedmont:  Michelle Chandler, Cassie Smart   Rainbow City:  Erica Hicks,  Cody Williams  Weaver: Adrienne Chandler

Georgia–  Buchanan: Ashley  Murray  Carrolton: Patty Mashburn

 The Florence Nightingale Award was presented to Deborah Robertson.

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RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

Anniston: Brian Parker   Ashville: Lena Shockley  Centre: Kara Crane Crossville:  Miranda Suttles  Guntersville: Pamela Cornelius  Heflin: Rachel McCormick   Munford: Cynthia Andrews   Oxford: Eryn Pearson, Krystle Riddle  Pell City: Wesley Otwell, Hunter Stewart  Piedmont: Kinsie Bennett   Ragland: Tamra Poe     Rainbow City: Seth Cox   Rainsville: Kim Berry, Taylor Wynn  Springville: LeAnne Click

Program Awards–  Clinical Excellence Award:  Kara Crane  Henry Grady Ford Award for Academic Excellence:  Hunter Stewart  Radiologic Technology Peer Award: Miranda Suttles

REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM

Albertville:  Becky Iadicicco  Alexandria: Regina Turner Altoona: Elizabeth Ford, Brookelyn Williams Anniston:  Andreka Bailey,  Tamara Ledbetter, Kristen McCormack, Callie Miller, Carolyn Monk, Autumn Murphy, Brent Sewell, Cheryl Shaw, Sarah Ward   Attalla: Brandi Cox, Destin Ellison, Lindsey Ellison, Kristy Gwin, Sharon Minyard   Boaz: Ashley Chapman, Brad Gaylor  Centre: Jennifer Dodd, Tameka  Gooden, Amanda Stinson Choccolocco:  Tarisha  Thomas   Collinsville: Melissa Steele  Delta: Wanda  Brooks   Eastaboga: Carrie Goodwin   Fort Payne:  Jane Padgett  Gadsden:   Drew Allen, Morgan Bright, Kimberly Dukes, Kara Elliott, Amanda Fells, Ashley Gidley, Lucretia Green, T.J. Manley, Jordan McBride, Lauren Nunn, Sophia Patrick, Jennifer Schmid, Latoya Sears, Deedra Solomon, Courtney Yancey Gallant: Andrea Reeves  Gaylesville: Robin Culver  Glencoe: Kayla Stuelp  Hobson City: Monica Ball   Hokes Bluff: Hannah Blackwood, Hannah Chavers, Dara Nelson, Melanie Phipps  Jacksonville: Meghan Alves-Thayer, Melissa Flowers, Kristi Moore, Jamie Rich   Leesburg: Lisa Bishop Ohatchee:  Mellie Copeland, Misty Laymon  Oneonta:  Lisa Masters Oxford: Tanika Bishop, Ashley McDonald, Christy McWilliams, Jessica Pittman, Lisa Watts    Pell City:  Kelly Freeman   Piedmont:  Caleigh Amberson, Alicia Bailey, Stephanie Johnston, Angela Payne, Cynthia Smart  Pinson:  Amanda Howell   Rainbow City:   Alonna  Baswell, Colleen Ellis, Verline Hampton, Matthew Shields    Ranburne: Leigh Pollard   Roanoke:    Jessica  Duke  Southside: Cauleen Greene, Misti Simmons, Leslie Trabert  Springville: Brittany Haverland, Sara Yates  Trussville:  Nancy Minyard  Woodland: Tammy Smith

Georgia–  Bowden: Kristina Robinson  Cedartown: Rhonda Sorrells   Fayetteville:  Claire Musa

The Florence Nightingale Award was presented to Callie Miller.

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Gadsden State Student Receives $1,000 Scholarship

The National Technical Honor Society recently selected Gadsden State student Joshua McGowan of Gadsden as a recipient of their annual $1,000 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship. The National Technical Honor Society is a leader in providing recognition for excellence in career and technical education and creating significant occupational opportunities for America’s top workforce education students. Majoring in mechanical design technology, McGowan is the first GSCC student to receive the scholarship.

student holds scholarship award

Josh McGowan

The scholarship, named in honor of the society’s co-founder, is granted annually to 125 students nationwide. Scholarships are awarded to NTHS members who consistently exemplify their seven character attributes–skill, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership. Final eligibility is contingent upon NTHS advisor approval. McGowan’s advisor is James Wilson, mechanical design technology instructor.

For more information about the National Technical Honor Society visit their website at www.NTHS.org. Gadsden State students interested in the society may contact Debbie Reynolds at dreynolds@gadsdenstate.edu or 256.549.8631

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