Recognition Ceremony Also Provides Students Opportunity to Honor Instructors of the Year

Article by: Rosa Linda Reynoso

Del Mar College has added seven new names to its prestigious Hall of Fame for the 2013-2014 academic year. The students were recognized during the College’s 63rd Annual Recognition Ceremony held in Richardson Performance Hall on April 30. 

The seven Hall of Fame inductees include mathematics major Aidee Cantu, psychology major Marcos Diaz, chemistry major (engineering focus) Mark Mathias, chemical engineering major Zachariah Rollins, registered nurse major Nurya Silva, electrical engineering major Nathan Steiner and petroleum engineering major Robert Villarreal.

To view the 2013-2014 Hall of Fame inductees, visit the photo album on the DMC Facebook page by clicking here.

Additionally, students selected Dr. Mark Robbins, Assistant Professor of History, as the East Campus Instructor of the Year while Linda Earwood, Assistant Professor of Nurse Education was selected to represent the West Campus. Dr. Robbins joined the College’s Social Sciences Department on the East Campus in fall 2009. Earwood joined the College’s West Campus Department of Nurse Education in fall 2006.

The College also recognized 83 Outstanding Students from each program of study in the institution’s Division of Arts and Sciences and Division of Business, Professional and Technology Education as well as recipients of various awards from competitions. To view the list of Outstanding Students, click here

Thirty-eight (38) Del Mar students were named to the current list of Who’s Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges, including Cassie Allen, Diane Alonzo-Limones, Lauren Becquet, Brooke Bodine, Adrian Cantu, Aidee Cantu, Virginia Cardenas, Andres Castellanos, Cesar Chavez, Stephanie Cochrane, Stephanie Couture, Marcos Diaz, Gabrielle Everett, Hannah Getzelman, Corey Gray, George Hernandez, Jessie Hernandez, Logan Herring, Shanna Kelley, Kristin Kerger, Ivan Mascorro, Stephanie McCaslin, Denise Mugabe, Andrea Munoz, Dina M. Palacios, Tiffinee Powell, Stephanie Precht, Patricia Richardson, Zachariah Rollins, Koebi Salazar, Victoria Sale, Amanda Smith, Nathan Steiner, Candace Torrez, Karen Trevino, Robert Villarreal, Nicole Webb and Kenneth A. Wilson.

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