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STUDENTS INDUCTED IN NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY

 

NTHS Spring Inductees

Students inducted in the National Technical Honor Society are shown left to right (front row): Coy Simmons II, Gregory Holmes, Austin Bolt, Camille Hardway, Tim Good, Ethan Ward, David Scearce, Samuel Jamerson and Jeremy Barksdale; (back row) Blake Bass, Eric Adkins, Travis Jelley, Todd Blanks, Brandon Hutcherson, Christian Staiger and Matthew Barker.

DANVILLE, VA, March 26, 2013 – Nineteen Danville Community College students were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). The ceremony featured remarks by Michael Duncan, Deputy Director,Institute for Advanced Learning and Research; and DCC President Dr. Carlyle Ramsey. The NTHS honors student achievement and leadership, promotes educational excellence, and enhances career opportunities for its members.

The student inductees included:
City of Danville Residents
Devon Brown-Hayling
Camille Hardway
Gregory Holmes
Brandon Hutcherson
Samuel Jamerson
Robert Santora
David Scearce
Ethan Ward

Pittsylvania County Residents
Blake Bass, Ringgold
Tim Good, Chatham
David Lewis, Blairs
Coy Simmons III, Cascade
Joshua Rowland, Ringgold

Halifax County Residents
Eric Adkins, Alton
Travis Jelley, Alton
Jeremy Barksdale, Halifax
Todd Blanks, Buffalo Junction

Residents from Other Areas
Austin Bolt, Ridgeway
Christian Staiger, Chase City

Officers for 2013 are: Matthew Baker, president; Devon Brown-Hayling, vice president; Camille Hardway, secretary; Christian Staiger, photographer; and Blake Bass, treasurer. The chapter advisors are Derick Vicks, Assistant Professor of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration; Teresa Toler, Electronics Technician II;  and Patricia White, Administrative and Office Specialist II, Engineering Technologies.

 

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