Tradition Campus holds first Honors Day Ceremony

The William Carey University Tradition campus held its first Honors Day ceremony on May 4 at First Baptist Church of Gulfport.
Students were recognized for outstanding academic performance, leadership and community service. “These awards fall in line with our mission statement that addresses leadership, scholarship, and service,” said Jerry Bracey, administrative dean of the Tradition campus. “Faculty members selected students who stood out in these areas.”
Awards presented include:
Outstanding Student in Biological Sciences – Jacob Anderson, Jessica Bennett, Karen Fountain, Neuman McCon
Best Student in Management Marketing – Gary L. Pitcovich
Best Student in Workforce Training – Stephanie A. Blocker
Best Student in Computer Information Systems – Jeffery C. Gee
Outstanding Education Student – Pierce Douglas Reid III
Debra Herring Excellence in Elementary Education Award – Donna Boling
Outstanding Criminal Justice Student (undergraduate) – Justin White, James M.A. Balius
Outstanding Criminal Justice Student (graduate) – Brad Auringer, Rodrique Hackett, Mike Lamberth, Patrick Levine
Nurse Crusader Award – Deandrea Williams
Nightingale Scholar – Jacqueline Cates
Outstanding Senior in Biblical Studies – Samuel Allen Piche
Spirit of Carey Award – Kara MacDonald
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges - Jacob Anderson, Jessica Bennett, Courtney Hyter, Neuman McCon, Samuel Piche, Brittany Saucier, Brandon Warden