(Mountain Home) – The Office of Academic Affairs, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Beta Iota Epsilon Chapter, and the Fran Coulter Honors Program at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home held the 2014 Academic Awards and Honors Luncheon on April 18, 2014. The event featured recognition of Phi Theta Kappa inductees and Fran Coulter Honors Program members.
The Overall Academic Achiever Award was presented by ASUMH Chancellor Dr. Robin Myers and Vice Chancellor Dr. Eggensperger to Michael S. Hilton. Other academic awards presented at the luncheon included:
Accounting, Justin Cain; American National Government, Colby Kutsi; Art, Deborah Harbin; Biological Health Care Sciences, Emily S. Johnson; Biological Science, Chad Linck; Chemistry, Michael Warren; Composition, Zachary Solomon; C I S, Computer Graphics Specialist, Christine Johnson; C I S, Networking Specialist, Taylor Basinger; C I S, Web Development Specialist, William Brian Foster; Criminal Justice, Michael S. Hilton; Economics, Sarah Paggen; Elementary Education, Lindsey Perrin; Funeral Science, Amanda D. Engel Butler; History, David “Alex” Kilgore; Literature, Jessica Wentworth; Management – Business Development Emphasis, Michelle Riley; Management – Office Emphasis, Nicole Miller; Mathematics, Hannah Oels; Philosophy, Sarah Campbell; Physical Education, Sherry Cowart; Physical Science, Bailey Brown; Practical Nursing, Dawn Bennet; Registered Nursing/Distance, Bailey Wagner; Respiratory Care, Bart Crymes; Psychology, Anthony Sanderson; Sociology, Shyanne Villalvazo; Spanish, Jamie James; Speech, Tracy Connelly; Theatre, Ruth Ann Morrison; AAS Welding – Pipe Emphasis, Jason Ivey; AAS Welding – Gas Tungsten Arc Emphasis, Cody Blevins; Welding – Technical Certificate, Jim Garland.
For more information on Phi Theta Kappa or the Fran Coulter Honors Program at ASUMH, contact Dr. Rebecca Baird at (870) 508-6139.