Student news

December 17, 2010

Christa Lynn Hubble, daughter of Elbert E. Hubble and granddaughter of Louise K. Hubble of Robinwood Drive in Hagerstown, graduated Nov. 12 from Prism Career Institute in Upper Darby, Pa., with an associate degree in criminal justice.

Christa was awarded the Faculty Award for Outstanding Performance.

She graduated summa cum laude for those with a 3.9 grade-point average or higher.

She has been accepted at Widener University to further her education in criminal law. She has accepted a position with a law firm in West Chester, Pa.

Chet Price of Keedysville has been named the recipient of a $2,000 scholarship from the Maryland Farm Bureau.

The scholarship was announced at the recent 95th Maryland Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and Convention at the Clarion Resort Hotel in Ocean City, Md.

Price is one of 10 scholarship recipients from around the state.

He is a sophomore at Hagerstown Community College majoring in mechanical engineering

He is the son of Dale and Wendy Price of Keedysville.

ERIE, Pa.  — Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, has awarded Nathan Elbert, from Frederick, Md., a $700 grant for the 2010-11 academic year to conduct an individual research project, titled "Assessing Mesophilic Bacteria Found in Compost during Winter Months."

Throughout the year, Elbert, a junior biology major, is working with Dr. Beth Potter, assistant professor of microbiology, and Ann Quinn, lecturer in biology.


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. — Timothy I. Fisher, a senior at Hampden-Sydney College, has been recognized as an outstanding campus leader in the 2011 edition of Who's Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Tim, a Venable Scholar, is a member of the honor society Phi Beta Kappa, the Hampden-Sydney Men's Chorus, the Madisonian Society and the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.

He was the recipient at Opening Convocation in August of the President's Award for Academic Excellence in Social Services.

A foreign affairs major, Tim is a graduate of Jefferson High School in Charles Town, W.Va.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brent C. Fisher of Millville, W.Va.


FRONT ROYAL, Va. — Randolph-Macon Academy held a special ceremony Nov. 6 during Fall Family Weekend to recognize student achievement.

Cadet Keijerian (KJ) O.E. Graham, the son of Malkiyah Goldberg of Waynesboro, Pa., was awarded the Chauncy Rockwell Scholarship. KJ is a sophomore.

The Rockwell Scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates good effort to accomplish his academic and personal goals, espouses the ideals of Randolph-Macon Academy and the United States Air Force and who recognizes that success comes as a result of hard work and dedication.

He was also named to the dean's list for the first academic quarter for achieving a grade-point average above 3.3.

The Herald-Mail Articles