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HCC honors students’ academic achievements

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HCC honors students’ academic achievements

(May 14, 2020) – Hagerstown Community College would like to recognize students from the 2019-2020 academic year who have earned competitive and special program awards.

Recipients of the competitive awards included Nicole M. Chew, of Funkstown, and Ryen R. Kump, of Orrstown, Pa., for the All-Maryland Community College Academic Team – Transfer Pathway Award; Danielle M. King, of New Market, and Stephen K. Perry, of Thurmont, for the Award for Personal and Professional Growth in Nursing; Nicole M. Chew, of Funkstown, for the Campus Leadership Award; Marta I. Delgado-Sequinot, of Hagerstown, for the HCC Alumni Association Life Membership Award, Student Government Association Award, and Career Programs Award of Excellence in Web and Multimedia Technology; Jack N. Vance, of Big Pool, for the College Community Service Award, and TCS Leadership and Service Award in Advanced Manufacturing Systems; Nicole Pettway, of Hagerstown, for the College Community Service Award; Shelby A. Horman of Smithsburg, for Phi Theta Kappa Award; Matthew W. Webb, of Hagerstown, for Outstanding STEMM Technical Middle College Graduate, and Commendation for Academic Excellence in Mathematics and Science for Physics; Hailey N.J. Conway, of Boonsboro, for the David Wayne Moser Memorial Award; Lauren N. Dunkin, of Boonsboro, for the Hu-Friedy Golden Scaler Award; Morgan L. Pitcock, of Clearbrook, Va., for the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists Ted Lynch Award; Lauren E. Nixon, of Chambersburg, Pa., for the Judith Kofoet Professionalism Award for Radiography; Alexis N. Spickler, of Smithsburg, for the Lowry Johnson Award for Excellence in Radiography; Natalie A. Kujala, of Chambersburg, Pa., for the Nurses Alumni Association of Washington County Hospital School of Nursing; Brett D. Baile, of Smithsburg, for the Outstanding Scholar Athlete Award; Godwill A. Mbachi, of Hagerstown, for the Outstanding Student in Business; Ashlee R. Fahrney, of Hagerstown, for the Outstanding Student in Dental Assisting; Olabisi A. Oladapo, of Hagerstown, for the Outstanding Student in Dental Hygiene; Olivia S. Kline, of Greencastle, for the Outstanding Student in Education; James A. Wagner, of Smithsburg, for the Outstanding Student in Human Services; John A. Wells, of Hagerstown, for Outstanding Student in Medical Assisting; Joseph A. Bartholow, of Martinsburg, W.Va., for the Outstanding Student in Psychology; Alexa C. Thomas, of Williamsport, for the Outstanding Student in Sociology, and the Outstanding Student in Political Science; Flavia D. Cavicchioli, of Hagerstown, for the Outstanding Peer Tutor Award; Nathan T. Martin, of Thurmont, for the Outstanding Student in Paramedic Emergency Services; Nikita J. Matthews, of Hagerstown, for the R. Benjamin and Rebecca Jones Visual Arts Merit Award; Diann L. Shaffer, of Sharpsburg, for the Richard A. Reynolds Memorial Award; Seth N. Funk, of Boonsboro, for the Robinwood Players Drama Award; Leah Downing, of Hagerstown; Sarah A. Garrott, of Sharpsburg; and Armand J. Martenot, of Hagerstown, for the Technology and Computer Studies Leadership and Service Award. Kevin Heichlinger, of Hagerstown; Armand J. Martenot, of Hagerstown; Tessa L. Rahilly, of Hedgesville, W.Va.; Angel Vance, of Fayetteville, Pa., each received the Technology and Computer Studies Professionalism Award.

Recipients of the Career Programs Awards of Excellence were Noah J. Coleman, of Smithsburg, for accounting and business; Devon M. Fraley, of Waynesboro, Pa., for administration of justice; Jayla D. Yates, of Hagerstown, for biotechnology; Shannon R. Myers, of Germantown, for dental hygiene; Sarah A. Garrott, of Sharpsburg, for graphic design technology; Chelsea Bondarenko, of Hagerstown, for early childhood and primary grades education; Armand J. Martenot, of Hagerstown, for electrical engineering technology; Hanna E. Rowe, of Smithsburg, for human services technician; David Kontsevenko, of Hagerstown, for management; Christina M. Metcalfe, of Mercersburg, Pa., for medical assistant; Amanda McKeever, of Hagerstown, for nursing; Mark A. Harrington, of Maugansville, for paramedic emergency services; and Lindsey M. Offett, of Hagerstown, for radiography.

Recipients of the Commendation for Academic Excellence in Mathematics and Science were Mackenzie A. Shank, of Hagerstown, for biology; Viviana Wamiru, of Hagerstown, for biotechnology; Camden P. Ricketts, of Hagerstown, for chemistry; Khiem M. Thieu, of Waynesboro, Pa., for engineering; Alicia Lewis, of Hagerstown, for environmental studies; Cassandra R. Kachnycz, of Chewsville, for mathematics; and Richard T. Robertson, of Hagerstown, for pre-pharmacy. The recipient of the Commendation for Outstanding Computer Science Graduate was Jessica Shields, of Hagerstown. The recipient of the Commendation for Outstanding Science Graduate was Garrett S. Woods, of Williamsport.

Recipients of the TRiO: Student Support Services Awards of Excellence were Landon Flake and Andrea M. Medina, both of Hagerstown, for academic achievement; Alexander M. Arp, of Hagerstown; Kailea A. McCormick, of Hancock; and Sydney M. Wertz, of Hagerstown, for aspiring scholar; and Nicholas Andreacchio, of Williamsport; Czireyl D. Corpuz of Hagerstown; Cynthia D. Frye, of Hagerstown; Kelly M. Kerney, of Waynesboro, Pa.; and Christopher I. Lunsford, of Fairplay, all for perseverance.

Members recognized for induction into the Educators Rising Honor Society included Chelsea Bondarenko, of Hagerstown; William W. Halbritter, of Hagerstown; and Nicole A. Stonestreet, of Boonsboro. Members of this society must attend at least 75 percent of chapter meetings, activities, and events, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and complete six service hours per year.