Student From Chattanooga Wins Geoscience Award At Tennessee Tech

Friday, May 17, 2013
- photo by Tennessee Tech University

David Hunter, a student at Tennessee Tech, was one of five students to receive a winning department scholarship.

On April 22, more than 200 students, parents, family, and friends assembled in the Tech Pride Room at the university, to acknowledge many of the outstanding students, including five geosciences students. Bryan Blackburn, Heather Harris, David Hunter, and Audrey Pattat were recognized for winning department scholarships.  


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