Culver-Stockton; Kirkwood; William Penn; Iowa State
CANTON, Mo. — Artwork done by Marshall Stevens, junior graphic design major from Hillsboro, was selected for display in Culver-Stockton College’s annual Student Honors Exhibit.
For the exhibit, students of any major were eligible to submit work done in any art course offered by the college. The college’s art faculty and guest judge Karl Warma selected the pieces for the exhibit. A total of 168 pieces of art were selected for display.
The exhibit opened April 10 and runs through May 13 in the Mabee Art Gallery in the Herrick Foundation Center.
KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CEDAR RAPIDS — Kirkwood Community College honored 136 top-performing students, including two from Fairfield, in its annual Outstanding Student Recognition program April 18.
Kirkwood Outstanding Student awardees from Fairfield include Maryanna Eagleson and Casper Huggins.
The event was an opportunity to salute the students for their superior achievements in the past year.
Award recipients were credited by faculty for cooperation, campus citizenship and leadership, in addition to their top grades in classes. The 136 honorees represented the top echelon of Kirkwood students from more than 20,000 registered in fall and spring.
WILLIAM PENN UNIVERSITY
OSKALOOSA — Twenty-four William Penn University students, including two from the local area, were inducted into the Iowa Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi this past February.
Angela E. Terrell, a senior majoring in nursing, of Batavia and Bridgette D Jackson, a senior majoring in elementary education, of Hedrick accepted the invitation to join the nationally recognized collegiate honor society.
In order to be invited, students need to be of either junior or senior standing and have cumulative grade-point averages within the top 10 percentiles of their respective class.
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES — Jennifer Shayla Clements of Fairfield has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Clements is a freshman at Iowa State University.
NSCS is more than a symbol of academic achievement. Membership gives students access to a number of benefits including career and networking resources, scholarships, travel and service projects on campus and in the community.