WCJC announces Achievement Awards 2014

Wharton County Junior College recently presented the following students with department awards and honor certificates at the college’s annual Academic Recognition Awards:

WCJC student and Fort Bend County resident Juan Manuel Escamilla of Needville received special recognition during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony, held at the Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus. Escamilla was named the Outstanding Student in Nuclear Power Technology.

WCJC student and Fort Bend County resident Juan Manuel Escamilla of Needville received special recognition during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony, held at the Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus. Escamilla was named the Outstanding Student in Nuclear Power Technology.

WCJC students from Fort Bend County received recognition for excellence during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony, held at the Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus. Front row, left to right, are Cristian Rivera of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Biology; Dorte Equitz of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Government; Bridget Weyand of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Early Childhood Development; and Patti Funk of Richmond, Outstanding Student in Psychology. Back row, left to right, are Christopher Stupka Rosenberg, the Outstanding Student in Physics; and William Smolik Stafford, the Outstanding Student in Geology.

WCJC students from Fort Bend County received recognition for excellence during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony, held at the Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus. Front row, left to right, are Cristian Rivera of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Biology; Dorte Equitz of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Government; Bridget Weyand of Sugar Land, the Outstanding Student in Early Childhood Development; and Patti Funk of Richmond, Outstanding Student in Psychology. Back row, left to right, are Christopher Stupka Rosenberg, the Outstanding Student in Physics; and William Smolik Stafford, the Outstanding Student in Geology.

WCJC students received certificates during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony by completing 45 credit hours with a minimum 3.75 GPA. Front row, left to right, are Amy Drlik of Garwood, Miguel Callejas Lane City, Blake Bastin of Sugar Land, Natalia Fierro of Richmond, Richelle Adkins of Richmond, Jessica Fucik of El Campo and Jennifer Gollinger of Wharton. Back row, left to right, are Josiah Bullock of Rosenberg, Elizabeth Garcia Missouri City, Micheal Crouch of Wharton, Patti Funk of Richmond and Linda Fisher of Richmond.

WCJC students received certificates during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony by completing 45 credit hours with a minimum 3.75 GPA. Front row, left to right, are Amy Drlik of Garwood, Miguel Callejas Lane City, Blake Bastin of Sugar Land, Natalia Fierro of Richmond, Richelle Adkins of Richmond, Jessica Fucik of El Campo and Jennifer Gollinger of Wharton. Back row, left to right, are Josiah Bullock of Rosenberg, Elizabeth Garcia Missouri City, Micheal Crouch of Wharton, Patti Funk of Richmond and Linda Fisher of Richmond.

WCJC students received certificates during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony by completing 45 credit hours with a minimum 3.75 GPA. Front row, left to right, are Andres Zapata of Wharton, Shannon West of Van Vleck, Ashley Lutringer of Louise, Christopher Stupka Rosenberg, and Lindsay McCafferty of Rosenberg. Back row, left to right, are Brandon Sands of Rosenberg, Tania Ramirez Bay City, Christopher Wadowsky of Sugar Land and Rebekah Sanders of Wharton.

WCJC students received certificates during the recent Academic Recognition Awards ceremony by completing 45 credit hours with a minimum 3.75 GPA. Front row, left to right, are Andres Zapata of Wharton, Shannon West of Van Vleck, Ashley Lutringer of Louise, Christopher Stupka Rosenberg, and Lindsay McCafferty of Rosenberg. Back row, left to right, are Brandon Sands of Rosenberg, Tania Ramirez Bay City, Christopher Wadowsky of Sugar Land and Rebekah Sanders of Wharton.

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