Students and faculty recognized during honors convocation ceremonies

Ross Lewis Greg Shivers Student excellence in academics and outstanding service by faculty and staff were recognized during Tusculum College’s annual Honors Convocation Thursday, April 27.

The President’s Award was presented to Ross Lewis, a senior special education major from Morristown, Tennessee.

The Bruce G. Batts Award was presented to Gregory Shivers, a psychology major from Sebastian, Fla.

The President’s Award and the Bruce G. Batts Award are the top honors presented to students.

Faculty and Staff

The Kay W. Leonard Outstanding Service to Students Award was presented to Dr. Barry Sharpe of Jonesborough. The award is voted on by the student body.

The winners of the Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Awards were Dr. Michelle Freeman of Greeneville for the Residential College and Ronnie Kreis of Clinton for the Graduate and Professional Studies Program.

The student body also votes on the Staff Award. This year’s winner was Kim Squibb of Greeneville from the Student Affairs office. SGA President Ross Lewis presented her with the award.

Recognition of Longevity

20 years of service:
– Dan Barnett of Greeneville

15 years of service:
– Marilyn duBrisk of Greeneville
– Jean Hixon of Greeneville
– Jack Smith of Greeneville

10 years of service:
– John Paulling of Greeneville

Complete list of award winners from honors convocation