ATU-Ozark Students Admitted to Honor Society

Twenty-nine Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during the spring 2021 semester.

The mission of NTHS is to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership.

“I am extremely proud of these students and the dedication they have put into their studies to achieve this honor,” said Kristie Moore, librarian and NTHS advisor at ATU-Ozark. “I am proud of the way each of these students has shown grit during what has been a demanding year. They should all be proud of themselves too.”

ATU-Ozark students who were recognized (listed with their programs of study and hometowns) are:

● Cassandra Bailey, General Studies, Van Buren
● Thea Ballinger, Human Services, Lavaca
● Anna Bentley, General Studies, Ozark
● Haley Davis, Practical Nursing, Van Buren
● Jasmine Fry, Practical Nursing, Clarksville
● Melissa Garcia, Law Enforcement, Danville
● Christian Gillian, Practical Nursing, Mulberry
● Stephen Holmes, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Farmington
● Hsa Htoo, Automotive Service Technology, Clarksville
● Gabriela Ibarra, Human Services, Fort Smith
● Gary Kimberly, Computer Information Technology, Ozark
● Paw Leh, Banking Services, Clarksville
● Bryson Lewis, Law Enforcement, Paris
● Johnathon McCartney, Law Enforcement, Ozark
● Steven Pagach, Welding Technology, Charleston
● De Paw, Business Technology, Clarksville
● Eh Paw, Business Technology, Clarksville
● Kmwee Paw, Human Services, Clarksville
● Su Po, Practical Nursing, Clarksville
● Daisy Ramirez-Delgado, Health Professions, Clarksville
● Daniella Sanchez, General Studies, Alma
● Moo Saw, Banking Services, Clarksville
● Eh Say, Business Technology – Human Resources, Clarksville
● Jessica Sayavongsa, Practical Nursing, Ratcliff
● Wilford Shoop, Welding Technology, Atkins
● Wil Soe, Automotive Service Technology, Clarksville
● Harley Suttles, Registered Nursing, Alma
● Lucky Timmerman, Banking Services, Altus
● Joseph Wright, Paramedic/Emergency Medical Services, Morrilton

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