Three Greenwood Students Named UAFS Academic Excellence Award Winners

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Top students from 42 academic programs at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith were given accolades for their work this fall, earning Academic Excellence Awards from the university.

Each year the Academic Excellence Awards honor students who have shown exceptional dedication in the classroom as nominated by UAFS faculty members.

Recipients of the 2019-2020 awards and their fields of study are:

Alma:
Michael J Dahlem II, computer graphic technology
Kallie Dean, elementary education K-6

Arkadelphia
Christopher L. Brown, applied science

Barling
Karman Biggs, biology

Booneville
Alyssa Michelle Adair, nursing (BSN)
Bailie Murphy, business administration.
Alexa Taylor, marketing
Riley Nicole Taylor, psychology

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Rebecca D. Greer, criminal justice

Eureka Springs
Corinna Campbell-Green, social work

Fort Smith
Tristan Makalah Harris, rhetoric and writing
Daniella Andrea Infante, Spanish
Stephanie Jurczyk, international business
Jennie Vansana Keohacksa, electrical engineering technology
Zabdiel Montes Natividad, music education – instrumental 
Golden Mulkey, English with teacher licensure 7-12 
Patricia Hurtado Perez, mathematics with teacher licensure 7-12.
Chris Willhite, office management technology
Courtney Yandell, imaging sciences

Greenwood
Sheldon Vargas, finance
Taylor Daggett, graphic design
Rachel Wilbanks, history with social studies teacher licensure 7-12

Judsonia
Letty Perez, surgical technology

Lees Summit
Anna Demmer, media communication

Mena
Kole A. Birtcher, electrical engineering
Michael Aaron Smith, chemistry

Muldrow
Jordan M. Hardwick, history

O’Fallon, Missouri
Mason Elise Patterson, English

Paris
Shirley Jones, organizational leadership

Pea Ridge
Kristin Middleton, biology with teacher licensure

Pearcy
Meghan McDaniel, mathematics

Pocola, Oklahoma
Paige Lokey, theatre

Sallisaw, Oklahoma
Jacen Williams, information technology

Siloam Springs
Jonathan Richard Haggard, studio art

Spring Hill
Connie Worbington, workforce leadership

Van Buren
Jake D. Ball, electronics technology
Joshua Coombes, political science
Kelly R. Hardy, radiography
Brandon L. Loukota, mechanical engineering
Dalton Gage Norris, accounting
Gabriel Priddy, animation technology

West Fork
Mary Elizabeth Andrews, dental hygiene

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Education: 1995 MHS graduate; 1999 Arkansas Tech University Graduate - BA in Journalism. Career: Managing Editor - The Citizen; Copy Writer - Southwest Times Record; Editor - Resident Press. 20+ years experience in the news.

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