Angel Stabell, a Business Administration student at the Greenville Campus, a student leaving their mark on the world, was recently awarded a $4,000 Women’s Leadership Jobs-to-Career Scholarship from United Way, given annually to non-traditional students who excel academically.
The Richmond/Moorefield Campus is the winner of the NHA Summer Certification Pass Rate Competition, with 22 of 25 testers passing their national certification exams on their first attempt.
Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a member of the Electronics Engineering Technology faculty at the Richmond/Moorefield campus, has been invited for the fourth straight year to judge NASA’s Create the Future design contest.
Sharon Nelson (pictured left), a Practical Nursing graduate of the Greenville campus, has launched her own business, Next Level Home Care LLC in Greenville, South Carolina.
Sheetal Sadhu, Assistant Director of Admissions at the Greensboro campus, has been honored with the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Ms. Sheetal volunteers with the India Association of the Triad and participates in youth activities to instill the value of service to young people.
Ursula Singleton, Director of Financial Assistance at the Greenville campus, has been honored with ECPI University’s White Glove Award, given to a staff or faculty member who has demonstrated an exceptional level of service to students, fellow employees, or employer partners.
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