Wall of Fame Banquet 2014

Kent State University at East Liverpool recognized the academic achievements of numerous students, esteemed alumni and supporters of Kent State during its annual Wall of Fame Honors Award Banquet.

Dr. Stephen Nameth, dean of the Kent State Columbiana County campuses, welcomed the students, esteemed guests, their families and several faculty members, while emphasizing the important role each relationship plays in measuring success at a university. He also acknowledged the many first generation college students at the event, himself included, and the importance of bridging that gap.


Lifetime Achievement Award: Linda Henderson ‘74
Friend of the Campus Award: Dave Guy ‘68


Faculty and Staff Wall of Fame Scholarship: Janet Smith
Dr. Joan D. Gailey Memorial Scholarship: Katelyn Moore
Outstanding Service to the Campus: Lori Riley
SOTA Club Service Award: Rene’ Barlow
SNA Club Service Award: Christina McNamee
Student Government Service Award: Jennifer Dissette
PTA Club Service Award: Jennifer Rollyson
Perryman Award 3rd Place: Felicia Plumm
President’s List: Noelle Amato, Ashley Boni, Katana Farber, Sarah Hawes, Joshua Lamb, Jacob Reed, and Paige Travis
Business Management Academic Award: Jack Allen
Computer Technology Academic Award: Joshua Lamb
Justice Studies Academic Award: Marlana Crooms
Associate Degree Nursing Academic Award: Hannah Miller
Occupational Therapy Academic Award: Jessica Fleeman
Physical Therapy Academic Award: Casey Frank
Physical Therapy Academic Award: Neil Guzzetti
Physical Therapy Academic Award: Beth Wagner


Media Contact:
Bethany Zirillo, 330-382-7430, bgadd@kent.edu

POSTED: Monday, June 09, 2014 01:30 PM
UPDATED: Thursday, December 08, 2022 09:23 AM

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