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Wofford College Presents Student Honors

Tuesday, May 07, 2002

SPARTANBURG, SC—Wofford College presented its 2002 major academic awards today (May 7, 2002) at the annual Spring Honors Convocation.

Dawna Shawntelle Quick of Sumter was named the 18th Presidential International Scholar, and biology professor Dr. Ellen Goldey was announced as Outstanding Educator of the Year of the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation.

These are the 2002 major academic awards:

The W. Harold Green Award (accounting)
Kalen Steel Walton, Chesnee, S.C.

Art History Award
Lisa Hancock Cameron, Spartanburg, S.C.

The R.A. Patterson Award (biology)
Scot McKay, Cranford, N.J.

The Matthew A. Stephenson Award (business economics)
Joseph Donald Perry, Thomasville, Ga.

The C.B. Waller Award (chemistry)
Catherine Breakfield Baker, Union, S.C.

Computer Science Award
Jenine Marie Weaver, Clinton, S.C.

The L. Harris Chewning Award (English)
Chase Todd Bannister, Anderson, S.C.
Alison Victoria Nunnally, Glenbrook, Nev.

Finance Award
William Reamer Johnson, Frankfort, Ky.

The George C.S. Adams Award (French)
Clare Rudolph Stokes, Spartanburg, S.C.

The John L. Salmon Award (Spanish)
Robert Jose D’Erizans, Winnsboro, S.C.

The James A. Chiles Award (German)
Jennifer Noel Evanko, Elizabethtown, Pa.

Government Award
Jennifer Noel Evanko, Elizabethtown, Pa.

The David Duncan Wallace Award (history)
Alison Victoria Nunnally, Glenbrook, Nev.

Intercultural Studies in Business Award
Michael David Johnson, Birmingham, Ala.

The John Q. Hill Mathematics Award
Margaret Durham Medlin, Greer, S.C.

Philosophy Award
Lee Kilpatrick Finlea Jr., Mocksville, N.C.

Physics Award
Paul Shane Morrow, Boiling Springs, S.C.

The James E. Seegars Psychology Award
William Hardwick Rhodes, Spartanburg, S.C.
Sara Elizabeth Wise , Chapin, S.C.

The Charles F. Nesbitt Award (religion)
Hannah Khristin Metts, Newberry, S.C.
Kristopher Mitchell Neely, Spartanburg, SC

Sociology Award
Hannah Khristin Metts, Newberry, S.C.