CSCC Hold Annual Student Awards Night Ceremony

Friday, May 17, 2019

Cleveland State Community College held its annual Student Awards Night Ceremony. 

Cleveland State presented over 100 awards to students for academic achievements in their respective fields of study, as well as athletic achievements.'

This year’s award recipients for Bradley County are: Conrodo Jesus Reyes Dedicatoria, Outstanding Music Award; Arianna Duerr, Business Career Community Award; Micaela Andres, Diversity Club President Award; Aarti Patel, General Biology Award; Charity Wilson, Early Childhood Education Award; Savannah Buffington, Arts & Humanties Career Community Award, Outstanding Capstone Honors Award; Kaveri Patel, Business Administration Award, Alexis Parisi, Education Career Community Award and Early Childhood Education Club President.

(Back Row) Nehemias Perez Santiago, Social Sciences Graduation Marshal; Alex Gutsol, Engineering Systems Technology Award; Jannat Saeed, Student Senate Secretary Award; Zoe Grosskreutz, Agriculture Award; Justin Godfrey, Student Senate Vice President Award, Leadership Merit Award; Tyler Haddock, STEM Career Community and Engineering Club President Award; Amanda Garrod, Outstanding Honors Student Award; Joshua Herrera, Physics Award; Dianne Cash, Social Science Career Community Award; Jessica Harris, Psychology Award; David Shepherd, Healthcare Career Community Award; Edward Mantsevich, Math Award; Brooklyn Samples, Leadership Services Award; Trey Walker, Education Award. (Front Row) Alexandra Paladian, Outstanding Honors Capstone Project Award; Amber Hart, Social Work Club President; Emilie Bryant, Speech & Debate Team Award, Speech & Debate Team President Award; Logan Lineberry, Medical Assisting Award; Haley Brooks, Service Award; Lisa Brooks, Medical Assisting Club President Award; America Burnette, Astronomy Award, Outstanding Honors Student Award and Student Leadership Award; and Analise Bilbao, Arts and Humanities Graduation Marshal.

Several faculty and staff members received awards at the Awards Night, as well: May Daniel, Outstanding Advisor Award; Jen Marx, Jim Cigliano Outstanding Service to Students Award; and Jana Pankey, Outstanding Advisor Award. 



Chattanooga State Nursing And Allied Health October 2019 Information Sessions Announced

Groundbreaking For McMinn Higher Education Center Scheduled For Sept. 27

Southern Adventist University Ranked Most Diverse Regional University In South


The Nursing and Allied Health Division at Chattanooga State offers monthly information sessions for students interested in the healthcare professions. The sessions are held at the main ... (click for more)

A ground breaking for the McMinn Higher Education Center, 2345 DENSO Dr. in Athens, is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 27 at 11:30 a.m., with Governor Bill Lee in attendance. The center for ... (click for more)

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Student Scene

Chattanooga State Nursing And Allied Health October 2019 Information Sessions Announced

The Nursing and Allied Health Division at Chattanooga State offers monthly information sessions for students interested in the healthcare professions. The sessions are held at the main campus; some sessions are required for program admittance while others are strongly encouraged. Visit the Nursing and Allied Health website at https://www.chattanoogastate.edu/nursing-allied-health ... (click for more)

Groundbreaking For McMinn Higher Education Center Scheduled For Sept. 27

A ground breaking for the McMinn Higher Education Center, 2345 DENSO Dr. in Athens, is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 27 at 11:30 a.m., with Governor Bill Lee in attendance. The center for collaborative higher education will include the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Cleveland State Community College and the McMinn County UT Extension Institute of Agriculture. This project ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Dr. William Jackson Named Erlanger’s New CEO; Spiegel Gets Year's Salary, Continuing Insurance

During a specially-called meeting of the Erlanger Health System Board of Trustees, Chairman Mike Griffin announced that Chief Medical Officer Dr. William L. Jackson Jr., has been appointed as the health system’s new president and chief executive officer. Also a settlement was reached with former president Kevin Spiegel, who resigned last week under pressure from the board. ... (click for more)

Car Accident On Lee Highway Causes Vehicle To Crash Into Hotel

A car accident on Lee Highway caused a gold van to leave the road, crash into an SUV in a hotel parking lot and then into two hotel rooms, structurally damaging the building. The incident happened just after 3 p.m. Wednesday at the In Town Suites on Lee Highway. Both hotel rooms were empty at the time of the incident. A total of 12 surrounding rooms were evacuated as a precaution. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Let The Water Company Pay The Bill - And Response

Tennessee American breaks a line and 35,000 people lose water for three days. Well they don’t exactly admit they broke it, they were working on it a few feet away and it just broke….so they say. One half of TAWC service area is out of water three days and nights, hospitals canceling surgery, schools closed and opened and then sending the children home, businesses shut down, government ... (click for more)

Gregg Gentry Says He Was Not At Meeting On Nurse Pay

Regarding Mr. Exum's claim in his Sept. 12 column that Erlanger Chief Administrative Officer Gregg Gentry attended his Sept. 4 meeting with Kevin Spiegel is not accurate. Mr. Gentry said he was not at this meeting. (click for more)