The Student Government of Cerro Coso held their annual Student Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 28, 2016, in the Gymnasium. Designed to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of Cerro Coso students, faculty, and staff, the event is a time honored tradition to celebrate and bid adieu to graduating students. The following awards were presented:
President’s Outstanding Academic Achievement Awards:
Jacqueline L. Boyd, Sherri I. Boyd stun, Megan Budlong, Juliana M. Burns, Hanna M. Burr Nyberg, Chance B. English, Adeline Ennis, Ryan A. Foulke, Mariela Germann, Raymond A. Hackleman, Jeffrey L. Hamaker, Jenna B. Havig, Nolan S. Havig, Diana Love, Kylie A Maas, Mitchell M. Metz, Ashley L. Nielson, Savannah B. Piepmeier, Dustin G. Pikington, Michaela L. Platt, Ryan L. Richard, Jared J. Saulque, Hannah M. Small, Timothy G. Stepro, Korinne E. Sullivan, Theodore B. Valdez, Kayla J. Voigt, and Michael Walecke.
All-California Academic Team:
Nolan S. Havig and Hannah M. Small.
CCCC Foundation Athletic/Academic Award:
Miranda N. Brater, Women’s Volleyball
Debra A. Anderson, Business and Info Tech; Janis Kunz, Child Development; Alejandro Tellez-Cruz, English; Loraine L. Coggin, Human Services; Israel R. Rivera, Industrial Arts; Shantaal Y. Hernandez, Kinesiology; Timothy G. Stepro, Mathematics; Jenna B. Havig, Public Services; Kristiana Ogilvie, Science & Engineering; Jenna B. Havig, Social Sciences; Diana Love, Visual and Performing Arts.
Site Student of the Year:
Michael Walecke, Eastern Sierra College Center; Jesus Rivera, East Kern Center; and Michelle A. Lundberg, Kern River Valley Campus.
SGCC Awards for Teaching Excellence:
Matthew Jones, Full-Time Faculty; Jorge Martin, Adjunct Faculty; Matthew Hightower, Online Faculty.
Susan Hurst, Academic Senate; Jennifer Marshall, Classified Senate.