Piedmont Tech Fall 2019 Graduation

Recent Graduates Honored for Academic Excellence

January 29, 2020

At Piedmont Technical College’s recent fall commencement exercises, outstanding students from the college’s supporting counties were honored for academic achievement. 

 

abbeville county award winnerAbbeville County graduate Timothy Collins was honored for maintaining high academic success. He received an associate in business administration. (no photo available).

 

 

 

 

Edgefield County graduate Aaliyah Bush, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. She was congratulated by PTC Area Commissioner Jane Herlong. Bush received a diploma in applied science with a major in pharmacy technology.

 

 

 

greenwood county award winnerGreenwood County graduates honored for maintaining high academic success were, from left:  Noel Johnson, associate in applied science, business administration/accounting; Joseph Ellinger, associate in applied science, criminal justice; PTC Area Commissioner Y.J. Ahn; and Corey Boyter, associate in applied science, mechatronics technology.

 

 

 

laurens county award winnerLaurens County graduate Lucky Maroney was honored for maintaining high academic success. He was recognized by PTC Area Commissioner Richard Cain. Maroney received an associate in applied science with a major in engineering design technology. 

 

 

 

mccormick county award winnerMcCormick County graduate Noah Ladousier, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. He was recognized by PTC Area Commissioner Cherry Brown. Ladouosier received an associate in science degree. 

 

 

 

newberry county award winnerNewberry County graduate Sarah Dominick was honored for maintaining high academic success. She received an associate in art degree. (no photo available) 

 

 

 

saluda county award winnerSaluda County graduate Martin Martinez-Clavijo, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. He was recognized by PTC Area Commissioner George Piersol. Martinez-Clavijo received an associate in applied science with a major of mechatronics technology.