Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus announced the winners of its 2022-23 awards during spring commencement at Tucker Coliseum in Russellville on Thursday, May 4.
Candace Case and Shelley Koone were presented with ATU-Ozark Campus Faculty Awards of Excellence.
Case, workforce education instructor in cardiovascular technology, won in the service category. She has served on the ATU-Ozark faculty since 2013. Case holds an Associate of Applied Science degree from the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith and a Bachelor of Professional Studies degree from Arkansas Tech.
Koone, workforce education instructor in mathematics, was recognized in the teaching category. Koone joined the ATU-Ozark faculty in 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern State University and a Master of Science degree from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.
Therrell “Blue” Johnson earned the 45th annual Bob Adams Outstanding Student Award. Johnson is from Mulberry and earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in automotive service technology.
Misti Shankle captured the ATU-Ozark Campus Spirit Award. Shankle earned an Associate of General Studies degree. She is from Ozark.
Peter Clifton and Beverly Nehus received the ATU-Ozark Staff Professional Excellence Award.
Clifton, a member of the ATU-Ozark staff for 12 years works in campus maintenance at ATU-Ozark.
Nehus has been employed at ATU-Ozark for 32 years. She is special projects coordinator in the ATU-Ozark Campus Office of the Chancellor.
Learn more about ATU-Ozark Campus at www.atu.edu/ozark.