WSCC announces area scholarship recipients

Walters State Community College and the Walters State Foundation have awarded scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year to students throughout the Lakeway area.

From Claiborne County:

Travis Seals, a health and physical education major from New Tazewell, received the England, Inc. Scholarship. Jeremy Hurst, a general studies major from Tazewell, received the Presidential Scholarship.

Heather Miller, an English major from Cumberland Gap, and Brooke Ausmus, a pre-physical therapist major from Harrogate, both received academic performance scholarships. Steven Raymond of Harrogate received an enrollment development scholarship.

New Tazewell residents who received academic performance scholarships are Justin Barnett, a general studies major and Dylan Robinson, a pre-medicine major. Academic performance scholarships were also awarded to the following Tazewell residents: Heather Bolden, a pre-physical therapy major; Allison Brown, a nursing major; Meghan Gill, a general studies major; Natasha Greer, a nursing major; Samantha Haynes, a nursing major; Jeremy Payne, a computer and information science major; Kylie Rowe, an elementary education major; and Miranda Sampson, a nursing major.

From Cocke County:

Caitlin Robertson, a general studies major from Newport received the Presidential Scholarship. Emily Crowe Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Bybee resident Rachel Holt, a general studies major; Heath Smith, an agriculture major from Parrottsville; Brittany Smith, an elementary education major from Bybee; and Angela Brown, a nursing major from Newport.

Academic performance scholarships were awarded to Gracie Clelland, a nursing major from Cosby. Brandon Morgan, a general studies major from Cosby, received an enrollment development scholarship.

Academic performance scholarships were also awarded to the following Newport students: Maggie Greg, a general studies major; and Chance Reichenberg, a computer and information science major.

From Grainger County:

Breanna Nichols, a physical therapist assistant major from Kyles Ford, received the Presidential Scholarship. Delilah Sizemore, a nursing major from Kyles Ford, received a scholarship from the Wilma G. “Kitty” Pope Endowment. Olen Henderson Marshall Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Bean Station residents Hunter Davenport, a pre-medicine major; and Brooke Mills, a pre-pharmacy major; Rutledge residents Betsy Hodge, a nursing major; Amber King, a nursing major; and Mara Maples, also a nursing major; and Whitley Niceley, a nursing major from Washburn.

Courtney Collins, a general studies major from Thorn Hill, received an Allie Bayless Doggett Scholarship and Ashley Myers, a pre-radiography major also from Thorn Hill, received an England, Inc. Scholarship.

Mazie Hayes, a general studies major from Bean Station, received the Lakeway Human Resources Association Scholarship. Ethan Spencer, an engineering major from Bean Station, received a Simpson Family Endowment Scholarship. Justin Kosiewska, a criminal justice major from Blaine, received the Greg Shockley Scholarship.

Preston Logsdon, a nursing major from Washburn, received an enrollment development scholarship.

Academic performance scholarships were awarded to the following Bean Station students: Hannah Absher, an English major; Ashton Bowles, a pre-radiography major; Brandon Brogan, an engineering major; Allison Daniel, a teaching major; Wendy Hilton, a nursing major; Emily Jones, a general studies major; Hollie Lamb, a pre-radiography major; Jonathan Massengill, a business major; Katya Ramirez, a pre-medicine major; Rebecca Shirley, a general studies major; Derek Stuffle, a biology major; Grace Loftis, a culinary arts major; Christopher Luttrell, a mathematics and mathematics education major; and Ariel Webster, a physical therapist assistant major.

The following Blaine residents received academic performance scholarships: Kristin Black, a nursing major; and Landon Cameron, a general studies major. Samantha Wallen, an elementary education major from Kyles Ford, also received an academic performance scholarship. The following students from Rutledge received academic performance scholarship: Whittney Graves, a general studies major; Andrew Lichlyter, an early education major; Kaitlin Maples, a criminal justice major; Brandon Orrick, a general studies major; Joseph Ramsey, a general studies major; and Brittany Robinson, a nursing major.

Christina Pitts, a mass communications major from Washburn, also received an academic performance scholarship.

From Greene County:

Presidential Scholarships were awarded to Karly Frye, a general studies major from Chuckey; Courtney Solomon, a nursing major from Midway; and Kolin Donahue, a general studies major from Greeneville.

Greeneville nursing majors Kari Isbell and Heather Worley received Allie Bayless Doggett Scholarships. Jordan Renner, an engineering major from Greeneville, received a Simpson Family Endowment Scholarship.

Natalie Guzman, a social work major from Chuckey, received the Walters State Latina Scholarship and Shawna Martin, pre-pharmacy major from Chuckey, received an enrollment development scholarship. Amber Watson, a pre-professional major from Greeneville, received the Walters State Agriculture Alumni Club Scholarship.

Cody Self, a computer and information science major, received an enrollment development scholarship, and Briana Shiflet, a mass communications major from Mosheim, received the Rick Coyle Memorial Scholarship.

Academic performance scholarships were awarded to Jacob Owen, a general studies major from Chuckey; and the following students from Greeneville: Kasey Bailey, a pre-pharmacy major; Christian Dawson, a psychology major; Laura Gibson, a nursing major; Nolan Hensley, a pre-pharmacy major; Katelyn Jennings, a psychology major; Julie Johnson, a nursing major; Dallas Malone, a general studies major; Tyler Parton, a fire safety major; Kristen Pope, a business administration major; Daniel Tweed, a business major; and Shiana Ward, a social work major.

Makayla Michaels, a nursing major from Mohawk, and Kellie Styke, a pre-dentistry major from Mohawk, both received academic performance scholarships. Paige Murdock and Victoria Swecker, both general studies majors from Mosheim, also received academic performance scholarships.

From Hamblen County:

Cody Antrican, a criminal justice major, received the Renold Jeffery Scholarship. Brooke Austin, a general studies major, received the Addie and Malcolm Hodges Memorial Scholarship. Mark Barnard, a general studies major, Caleb Seals, a business major; and Katelyn Madon, a biology major, both received scholarships from the Simpson Family Endowment. Donald Choate, a computer science major; received the Earl B. Rowe Scholarship. Anna Burnett, a pre-radiography major, and Megan Morgan, a pre-medicine major; received scholarships from the “Z” Buda Trust. Andrew Epps, general studies major, received a Jack and Kathryn Flinn Memorial Endowment scholarship. Cody Fleenor, a general studies major, received a scholarship from the Wilma G. “Kitty” Pope Memorial Endowment. Kaitlyn Gilliam, a nursing major, and Catherine Hernandez, a culinary arts major received Allie Bayless Doggett Scholarships. These are Morristown residents.

Jerrod Weems, a nursing major; and Matthew Parker, a general studies major; received scholarships from the Allie Bayless Doggett Endowment. Austin Jefferson, a physical therapist assistant major, Amber Walker, a pre-medicine major; and Kinley Porter, a pre-pharmacy major, received Jack and Kathryn Flinn Memorial Scholarships. These students are also from Morristown.

Hobie Vannoy received a scholarship from the Della Jeffers Medlin Endowment. Megan Toney, a general studies major, received Holston Gases Scholarship. Morgan Treece, a pre-pharmacy major, received the Aileen Catron memorial Scholarship and a Lions Club Scholarship. Ashli Rogers, a pre-occupational therapy major, received the J.C. Douthat Scholarship. Emily Ramsey, a nursing major, received the Minnie Grigsby Gilley Rich Scholarship. The Rex Dockery Memorial Scholarship was given to Shannon Jones, a pre-pharmacy major. Andrew Ricker, a respiratory therapy major, received the Faculty Council Scholarship. Chelsey Roberts, an early childhood education major, received a scholarship from the Hamblen County Endowment. Music performance scholarships were awarded to Benjamin Wampler, a physical therapist assistant major; Melody Cody, a teaching major, Aaron Knight, a general studies major, Bryson McAvoy, an undecided major; and Madisen Denton, a pre-dental hygiene major. Engineering major Cody Dibble received an enrollment development scholarship. These students are also Morristown residents.

Kendi King, a teaching major from Russellville, received a scholarship from the Simpson Family Endowment. Lindsay Tipton, a pre-physical therapy major from Russellville, received the Bill Brandenburg Memorial Scholarship. Morgan Stansberry, a general studies major from Whitesburg, received the William H. Hastings/NCR Scholarship. Paige Mayes, a health information technology major from Whitesburg, received the Presidential Scholarship. Brittany Wilson, a general studies major, received a music performance scholarship.

Zachary Yarid, a computer and information science major, received an Allie Bayless Doggett Scholarship. Katheryn Dockery, a business major, received a theatre performance scholarship. Daria Greenlee, a general studies major, received the John Gamble Memorial Endowment Scholarship. Leanza Greenlee, a general studies major, received a scholarship from the Wilma G. “Kitty” Pope Memorial Endowment. Brandon Hayes, a general studies major, received the Jackie Burchell Long Memorial Scholarship. Sarah Hyslop, an elementary education major, received the Joseph and Blanche Gulyash Scholarship. Sara Stevers, a biology major, received the Dean, Darrell and Mary Simmons Scholarship. These students are all from Talbott.

Academic Performance Scholarships were awarded to the following Morristown residents: William Abee, a business major; Kaitlin Andrews, a general studies major; Samantha Brooks, a nursing major; Sarah Buel, a psychology major; Britne Campbell, a general studies major; Chelsey Cheong, a general studies major; Samuel Cook, an engineering major; Cody Giles, a general studies major; Matthew Gjedde, a general studies major; Kathryn Helton, a psychology major; Kayla Johns, a physical therapist assistant major; Olivia Johns, a general studies major; Autumn Johnson, a general studies major; Kristopher Reitz, a general studies major; Mary Rush, a general studies major; Nolan Sexton, a general studies major; Daniel Smith, a business major; Jane Swinson, a general studies major; Elliott Taliaferro, a business major; Kevin Todd, a general studies major; and Marlee West, a nursing major.

Russellville residents receiving Academic Performance Scholarships were Tyler Cook, a general studies major; Raven Swatzell, a general studies scholarship. Crystal Westmoreland, a nursing major from White Pine, and Brooke Long, a nursing major from White Pine, both received academic performance scholarships. Talbott residents receiving academic performance scholarships were Megan Lawson, a pre-dental hygiene major; Miranda Noe, a general studies major; and Rebecca Rogers, a nursing major.

From Hancock County:

Olivia Short, a Spanish major from Sneedville, received the Presidential Scholarship. Barclee Cannon, a nursing major from Sneedville, received the Lon Price Memorial Scholarship. Whitney Cantwell, a nursing (LPN to RN) major from Sneedville, received the Essays of Excellence Scholarship; and Kyle Trent, a criminal justice major from Sneedville, received the a scholarship from the Simpson Family Endowment.

Academic performance scholarships were awarded to the following Sneedville students: Alexandra Hopkins, a nursing major; Emily Kurtz, a nursing major; and Summer Seal, also a nursing major.

From Hawkins County:

Ambria Collins, a general studies major from Mooresburg, received the Lute Harrison Scholarship. Spencer Graves, an agriculture major from Bulls Gap, received the Walters State Agriculture Alumni Club Scholarship. Joseph Fielder, an astronomy major, and Zachary Hileman, a computer science major, both from Bulls Gap, received music performance scholarships.

The following Rogersville students received scholarships from the Simpson Family Endowment: Logan Lumpkins, a general studies major; Hannah Price, a teaching major; and Heiskell Winstead, a pre-medicine major. Andrew Price, a general studies major from Rogersville, received the G.A. McAndrew II Memorial Scholarship. Mary Winegar, a general studies major, received the Allie Bayless Doggett Scholarship.

Adam Booth, a general studies major from Rogersville; Taylor Ferrell, a theatre major from Rogersville, both received a music performance scholarship.

Academic Performance Scholarships were given to Morgan Brewer, an elementary education major from Bulls Gap; and Madelyn Harris, a pre-medicine major from Church Hill.

The following Rogersville students received an Academic Performance Scholarship: Dalton Goins, a pre-dental hygiene major; Jared Greene, a nursing major; Aerial Harrell, a general studies major; Logan Manis, a secondary education major; Emily Ribbe, a nursing major; Eva Williams, a nursing major; and Caitlin Wilson, a management major.

From Jefferson County:

Kristopher Bunch, a nursing major, received a Della Jeffers Medlin Scholarship. Kiandra Schaefer, a general studies major, received a scholarship from the Lon F. Price Endowment. Alex Norwood, a general studies major, received a music performance scholarship. These students are Dandridge residents.

Amy Lutz, a nursing major, received the Wilma Rimer Bush Scholarship and John Melton, a computer networking major received the LITA Foundation Scholarship. Macy Raines, a nursing major, received a scholarship from the Wilma G. “Kitty” Pope Foundation. Joshua Keck, a general studies major received a theatre scholarship.

Lauren Murph, an elementary education major from New Market, received the Writing Excellence Scholarship. Kimberly Shaver, a nursing major from Talbott, received the Lowell Luther Woods Scholarship.

Justin Pickett, a general studies major, received the Mike and Brad Campbell Endowment scholarship. Holly Roderick, a business major, received the J. Eugene and Thelma J. Howard Scholarship. Both are Strawberry Plains residents.

Jessica Trent, a social work major from White Pine, received the J.S. Douthat Scholarship. Kimberly Shaver, a nursing major from Talbott, received the Lowell Luther Woods Scholarship.

Academic Performance Scholarships were awarded to the following Dandridge residents: Ashlyn Jones, an engineering major; Abby Lewis, an English major; and Brayden Milan, a nursing major.

Academic Performance Scholarships were awarded to Krystal Britton, an elementary education major from Jefferson City; and, from White Pine, Austin Musick, a pre-pharmacy major.

-From Contributed Reports

Posted on Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 6:25 pm