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Academic Awards Ceremony

Posted: May 18, 2018 — On Thursday, May 17, FM held its 44th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa in the College Theater.  Over 100 students were presented with scholarships or awards.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the official international honor society of two-year colleges. FM’s chapter of PTK, Alpha Alpha Upsilon, was founded in 1975.  To become eligible for membership, students must have completed at least twelve credit hours at FM and have obtained a minimum of 3.50 cumulative grade point average.

“Tonight we congratulate these FM students who have excelled academically; they are the best of the best.  This evening’s recognition of each of them is well deserved,” said FM President Dustin Swanger.

Richard Umholtz is surrounded by his family members after the awards ceremony. Umholtz received the John D. Vadney Mathematics Prize which is given to a student who is continuing his studies at a higher-level institution majoring in math, physics, or engineering.

Richard Umholtz is surrounded by his family members after the awards ceremony. Umholtz received the John D. Vadney Mathematics Prize which is given to a student who is continuing his studies at a higher-level institution majoring in math, physics, or engineering.

FM Dean of Academic Affairs Diana Putnam with graduate Debra Smigen who received the Distinguished Graduate in the Business Administration A.A.S. program. This award goes to a graduating student who has demonstrated academic achievement and shows promise of future success.

FM Dean of Academic Affairs Diana Putnam with graduate Debra Smigen who received the Distinguished Graduate in the Business Administration A.A.S. program. This award goes to a graduating student who has demonstrated academic achievement and shows promise of future success.

 

FM Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Greg Truckenmiller with Rio Blundell who received a Distinguished Service Award given to recognize and honor students who, through superlative and exemplary service and extraordinary commitment, have made surpassing contributions to their community and/or the College community.

FM Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Greg Truckenmiller with Rio Blundell who received a Distinguished Service Award given to recognize and honor students who, through superlative and exemplary service and extraordinary commitment, have made surpassing contributions to their community and/or the College community.

 

 

 

 


Student award recipients and Radiologic Technology graduates Abbie Reed, Chelsa Hutchins, Radiologic Technology Director Karlyn LaBate, student award recipients and Radiologic Technology graduates Spencer Satterlee, and Jade DeGuar.
Reed, Hutchins, and Satterlee each received the Ken Simek Award given in memory of Ken Simek, RN, to graduates in nursing and radiologic technology who exemplify excellent patient care, passion for their profession, and overall willingness to help others. Hutchins also received the Gertrude Dourdounas Award in Radiologic Technology given to a student in Radiologic Technology with the highest grade point average.
DeGuar received the Distinguished Graduate in the Radiologic Technology A.A.S. program. This award goes to a graduating student who has demonstrated academic achievement and shows promise of future success.

 

 

 

 

 

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