Garner resident Tiana Hundley was honored for academic excellence by Wake Technical Community College. Hundley was among six students who received the 2012 President’s Award for Excellence. It’s the highest college achievement award presented to any student at Wake Tech.
Hundley won the award in the Mathematics and Sciences Division. She will graduate next year with an associate in science degree.
The other winners this year are: Henry Andrews, Arts and Social Sciences Division; James Harrelson, Business Technologies Division; James Harrelson, Business Technologies Division; Bradford Ingersoll, Computer and Engineering Technologies Division; Michael Pearce, Applied Technologies Division, and Jaclyn Vecchione, Health Sciences Division.
The annual President’s Award for Excellence is presented to the single most outstanding student in each degree-awarding division. Winners are selected based on factors including achievement, attitude, motivation, participation inside and outside the classroom, contributions to benefit the program, and involvement in student organizations. Each student received an engraved plaque and their names are engraved on the college’s President’s Award for Excellence trophy, which is displayed in the college trophy case.