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Thursday, 22 April 2010 14:37

Metro-area students earn academic honors
A  number of metro-area students earned academic honors at their chosen colleges and universities. They include:

Davis College: Adam Young, of Northwood.

Owens Community College: Andrew Brandt, Anna Christen, Sally Collins, Melissa Duly, Sara Houghtaling, Craig Jeffries, Melissa Lammers, Kayleigh Lutman, Joseph Mackey, Scott McNary, Thomas McNary, Robert Pegler, Katie Quinn, Kenneth Rose, Anna Rossler, Patrick Schumaker, Tracy Settelmeyer, Michele Sorensen, and Alys Vollmar, of Curtice;

Nicholas Alonzo, Albin Bauer, Kimberly Bernal, Barbara Brinke, Amber Brossia, Anna Buchan, Megan Childers, Kristine Cordell, Ryan Cordell, Andrew Cuevas, Christie Cuthbertson, Linda Davidson, Randy DeLuca, Corey Dinardo, Paul Emerick, Michael Floyd, Patrick Foley, Maria Gaskins, Chelsea Gfell, Becky Grogg, Katelyn Harman, Jerry Harris, Tara Haskell, Renee Hires,  Phatsawat Juikrathok, Cathleen Kern, Kenneth Krabill, Heidi Ledford, Lori Leech, Anne Malin, Melissa Massie, Mathew Materni, Katrina McRae, Debra Mettie, Patricia Metzger, Amelia Miller, AnaAlicia Munoz, Katrina Nestor, Chad Phillips, Lauren Reichow, Tammy Roberts, Joseph Rodriguez, Ryan Scanlan, Tracy Schertz, Sarah Schroeder, Nicole St.Clair, Amber Stout, Kaitlin Toensing, Michelle Triggs, Gary Tscherne, Joshua Vail, Michael Waddell, Amanda Walker, Ashley Weber, Karen West, Evan Widmer and Veronica Wright, of Northwood;

Owens announces new Academic Scholarship Program
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 22 April 2010 14:36

Owens Community College has announced a new Academic Achievement Scholarship Program that will allow area graduating high school students achieving academic excellence at the highest level to pursue a free college education at Owens.

The 2010 high school graduating class will serve as the first class of graduates to qualify for the program. Eligible students must be ranked within the top 10 percent of their graduating classes or have achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average at their career center school, among other criteria.

“Every student graduating from high school should have the opportunity to pursue a college education,” said Ann Savage, Owens Executive Director of College Development. “The Academic Achievement Scholarship Program was created with the goal that financial barriers should not deter students from their educational pursuits and career aspirations.”

The new Academic Achievement Scholarship Program will be offered to qualifying students graduating from public and private high schools as well as career centers within the college’s legal district, which encompasses Lucas, Wood and Hancock counties and parts of Ottawa and Sandusky counties.

Student Stars
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Thursday, 22 April 2010 14:24

Two Terra students join forces in brochure design
A new brochure at Terra Community College was developed by two students in


From left, Steven Brandt, Mark Grine and
Kohler display parts of the new

the Digital Media Technology program.


Christine Kohler, of Gibsonburg, and Steven Brandt, of Pemberville, worked on the new distance learning brochure separately, but the final product combined their designs.

“We were looking to develop a brochure highlighting our distance learning program and thought we could open it up to students in the design class,” said Mark Grine, instructor of Digital Arts and Media Design.

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