|Campus News: 06-15-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 15 June 2013 08:07|
More than 100 Owens Community College students were recently bestowed honorary pins by the Nursing Department for their academic achievements specific to registered nursing and practical nursing during a ceremony. The pinning ceremony is part of a traditional nursing practice, which honors students prior to beginning their careers within the health care community.
Wood County registered nurse students who received pins include: Audrey Bradford of Cygnet, Patricia Ferguson of Rossford, Sarah Gedert of Perrysburg, Melissa Hartenburg of Perrysburg, Jennifer Hill of Risingsun, M. Richard Middleton of Northwood, Jennifer Phillips of Walbridge, Christine Roudebush of Perrysburg, Cindy Schirack of Northwood, Tonya Shank of Perrysburg, Lori Watson of Northwood, and Meshell Wilson of Perrysburg.
Practical nursing students receiving their honorary pins included Lindsey Iler of Bowling Green.
Sophie Wirt, of Wood County, and a student at Carnegie Mellon University, received a Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation award. Winners are selected on the basis of academic excellence, extra-curricular activities, community service and character. WOASF scholarships are valued at $2000 or more.
Kathryn Henzler of Perrysburg, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, at University of Southern California.
The Heidelberg University Concert Choir, has conducted it annual spring tour, this year heading to the Midwest for a series of concerts May 13-18.
Among the local students performing with the choir were Lucas Walter of Fostoria, a senior majoring in music; and Kelsey Haynes of Fostoria, a junior majoring in music.
The choir gave concerts in Columbus, Ohio; Kettering, Ohio; St. Louis; Evanston, Ill.; Indianapolis and Champaign, Ill.
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