Spring 2017 President’s and Dean’s Lists

August 07, 2017

Wayne Community College has honored 80 students for outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2017 semester.

The college recognizes the students listed below as having earned a place on its President’s or Dean’s lists.

President’s List
To be named to the President’s List for the spring semester, students must have been enrolled for at least 12 semester hours and earn a grade point average of 4.0 for the semester.

Dudley
Kristy Lawrence, Associate in Arts; and
Shermeka Wilson, Associate in Arts

Fremont
Robert Holland, Welding

Goldsboro
Azal Abduh, Associate in Arts;
Waheba Alihanshali, Associate in Arts;
Gospel Babutila, Associate in Arts;
Barbara Bard, Associate in Arts;
Jenna Berry, Associate in Arts;
Jacob Edwards, Mechanical Engineering;
Matthew Foy, Mechanical Engineering;
Lauren French, Associate in Arts;
Whitney Joyner, Associate in Arts;
Stephanie Lam, Associate in Science;
Shamra Lancaster, Criminal Justice;
Jonathan Mozingo, Associate in Arts;
Jennifer Pittman, Associate in Science;|
Timothy Stark, Mechatronics Engineering;
Lakimberly Swinson, Associate in Arts;
Haley Warren, Associate in Arts; and
Rardraco Woods, Associate in Arts

Mount Olive
Britney Fajardo, Associate in Arts;
Angela Garcia Tzunun, Associate in Arts;
Jessica Hopkins, Accounting;
Lauren O’Neal, Pharmacy Technology;|
Ruben Quiroz, Associate in Arts; and
Isabel Vasquez, Medical Assisting

Pikeville
Kylee Coppock, Associate in Arts;
Kaylin Lohr, Applied Animal Science;
Desiree Morlock, Associate in Arts;
Kevin Murray, Associate in Arts; and
Christopher Smith, Welding

Princeton
Madison Tinker, Associate in Arts

Selma
Kelly Honeycutt, Medical Office Administration

Snow Hill
Zachary Humphries, Associate in Engineering

Statesville
Kathleen Risso, Associate in Arts

Dean’s List
To garner a spot on the spring semester Dean’s List, students must have carried 12 semester hours of classes and earned a grade point average of at least 3.60, with no grade below a “C”.

Dudley
April Barletter, Early Childhood Education

Fremont
Timothy Crowder, Associate in Arts; and
Daniel Davis, Mechatronics Engineering

Goldsboro
Emmanuel Anderson, Computer Information Technology;
Darius Artis, Simulation and Game Development;
Rowdy Bedsaul, Associate in Science;
Gamal Dabwan, Associate in Science;
Kiandria Dixon, Medical Assisting;
Ashley Dos Santos, Associate in Arts;
Fida Hamdan, Business Administration;
Daniel Hartley, Associate in Science;
Brandon Jackson, Associate in Arts;
Lanysa James, Associate in Arts;
Ryan Maier, Simulation and Game Development;
Breionna McCuller, Applied Animal Science;
Natosha McLeod, Associate in Arts;
Mary Morton, Associate in Arts;
Seely Nixon, Information Technology Business Support;
Raquel Rodriguez, Early Childhood Education;
Tony Sanders, Simulation and Game Development;
Chandler Schiemann, Associate in Arts;
Mary Smith, Associate in Arts;
Nya Watson, Associate in Arts;
William Weeks, Associate in Arts;
Thomas Welch, Emergency Management; and
Brenna Wells, Associate in Science

La Grange
Andrew Boldt, Associate in Arts;
Serena Boudy, Early Childhood Education; and
Eduardo Arias, Computer-Integrated Machining

Mount Olive
Melissa Cox, Associate in Arts;
Cherly Petitfrere, Associate in Arts;
Viridiana Romero, Business Administration/Operations Management;
Amber Turnage, Pharmacy Technology;
Daniel Valenciano, Welding; and
Danielle Weathersby, Associate in Arts

Nashville
Quincy Williams, Associate in Arts

Pikeville
Matthew Armstrong, Automotive Systems;
Kayla Grantham, Medical Office Administration – Medical Transcription;
Kensey Horne, Computer-Integrated Machining;
Crystal Lundrigan, Associate in Arts; and
Taylor Worley, Associate in Arts

Pink Hill
Landon Hale, Simulation and Game Development

Seven Springs
Dominic Rybolt, Information Technology Business Support

Snow Hill
Gwendolyn Barber, Business Administration

Stantonsburg
Mark Whitley, Sustainable Agriculture 

Wayne Community College is a public, learning-centered institution with an open-door admission policy located in Goldsboro, N.C. As it works to develop a highly skilled and competitive workforce, the college serves around 12,000 individuals annually as well as businesses, industry, and community organizations with high quality, affordable, accessible learning opportunities, including more than 70 college credit programs. WCC’s mission is to meet the educational, training, and cultural needs of the communities it serves.

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