NWF State College honors teacher education graduates

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Northwest Florida State College Teacher Education graduates, pictured in no particular order during a May 6 ceremony, are as follows: Robin Whiteted, Autumn Edgerton and Melanie Kennedy, Crestview; Rachel Anderson, Santa Rosa Beach; Joy Armbrester, Valparaiso; Jennifer Bell, Angela Uhlenkamp, Alex Muir and Nicole Gorrell, Fort Walton Beach; Christina Brooks, Allyson Johnson, Crystal Cheeseman and Shanley Gray, Shalimar; Sara Higgs and David Lewis, Mary Esther; and Amy Martino, Niceville. They are pictured with NWF State College Teacher Education faculty and staff. Back row: Amy Bowden, associate professor; Dr. Melissa Chapman, assistant professor; Dr. Lynn Ketter, professor; Lori Anderson, staff assistant; Dr. Mark Horrell, professor; and Beverly Sandlin, director of Teacher Education.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Monday, May 19, 2014 at 01:30 PM.

NICEVILLE — Northwest Florida State College administrators recently recognized students who successfully completed the bachelor's program in Teacher Education during the spring 2014 academic semester. 

Six graduates recognized as Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges were: Robin Whiteted, Crestview; Jennifer Bell, Fort Walton Beach; Crystal Cheeseman, Shalimar; Shanley Gray, Shalimar; Sara Higgs, Mary Esther; and Angela Ulenkamp, Fort Walton Beach.

Three Teacher Education Honor Students presented with medallions were:  Joy Armbrester, Valparaiso; Higgs; and Allyson Johnson, Shalimar.

Teacher Education graduates were:  Whiteted, Melanie Kennedy and Autumn Edgerton, Crestview; Rachel Anderson, Santa Rosa Beach;  Armbrester; Bell; Christina Brooks, Shalimar; Cheeseman; Nicole Gorrell, Fort Walton Beach; Gray; Higgs; Johnson; David Lewis, Mary Esther; Amy Martino, Niceville; Alex Muir, Fort Walton Beach; and Uhlenkamp. 

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