2021-2022 Academic Excellence Award recipients announced
Panola College is proud to announce the Academic Excellence Award recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Academic Excellence Awards were created by Charles Moore, a math professor at Panola College for many years. Moore’s goal was to acknowledge students who excelled academically and recognize them with an award for their accomplishments.
Each department or field of study nominates two students who meet select criteria. The student must have, or be completing, 30 hours of coursework and be enrolled in two courses relating to the field in which they are nominated.
The recipients of the 2021-2022 Academic Excellence Awards are listed below, followed by the town they are from, the field of study in which they are nominated, and their professor.
Austin Adkison, Garrison, Music, Sandra Bauer
Tayton Best, Henderson, Electrical & Instrumentation, Daniel Hall
Donna Box, Nacogdoches, Health Information Technology, Lynn Hanson
Taylor Burch, Center, Occupational Therapy, Terrie King
Destiny Burton, Mansfield, La., History, Bill Offer
Jaycee Campbell, Timpson, Biology, Kevin Rutherford
Dalton Collinsworth, Carthage, Math, Emily Zabcik
Brandi Creech, Carthage, Office Professional, Dwayne Ferguson
Abigail Garcia, Carthage, Occupational Therapy, Terrie King
Levi Grubbs, Carthage, Psychology, Don Cocklin
Jackelyn Hernandez-Cervantes, Center, Business Administration, Dwayne Ferguson
Raeann Hernandez, Alvin, Criminal Justice, Mark Dickerson
Carli Morton, Nacogdoches, Drama, Karen King
Ashlynn Poland, College Station, Government, Brian Naples
Jeremy Puckett, Shreveport, La., General Business, Dwayne Ferguson
Anthony Pugh, Carthage, Electrical & Instrumentation, Daniel Hall
Abigail Smith, Tatum, Biology, Darrell Hudson
Lindsey Solis, Beckville, Nursing, Christine Gish
Blaine Thomas, Allen, English, Jaynellen Wylie
Tracey Tindall, Waskom, English, Jaynellen Wylie
Emily Wheeler, Etoile, Drama, Karen King
Chelsea Whiteman, Haughton, La., Nursing, Joslyn Sullen