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Education notes
Danielle Love Williams

Williams graduates

Danielle Love Williams, the 2003 Bryan County High School Homecoming Queen has received her bachelor of arts degree from Valdosta State University. She was a criminal justice major and will be pursuing a career in governmental security services. Danielle is the daughter of David and Deloris Williams of Pembroke.


GSU scholarships

Georgia Southern University recently awarded local students scholarships. Following is a list of area recipients:

- Katherine Cunningham, of Richmond Hill, $2,000 president’s scholarship and membership in the COBA Corporate Leadership Council.

- Brittni Johnson, of Richmond Hill, $4,000 president’s scholarship.

The president’s scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen, transfer and international students who have a minimum SAT of 1,200 and minimum grade point average of 3.2. The selection is made based on a strong academic record in high school, leadership experience and extracurricular involvement.


Mercer honors

The following local residents were recently named to the dean's or president's list at Mercer University for the spring 2007 semester. Inclusion on the dean's or president's list requires students to meet rigorous grade point averages specific to their school within the university.

Those who made the president's list include Ashley Oddi, Jessica Cavin and James Glotzbach from Richmond Hill. Andrew On, Gregory Stevens and Kacy Carney were named to the dean's list.


People to people

Sarah King, a student in Richmond Hill, has been accepted into the People to People Leadership Summit in Columbia University, N.Y. and is attending from July 28-Aug. 3. King was nominated and accepted for the honor based on outstanding scholastic merit, civic involvement and leadership potential.


President's list at GSU

Lauren Register from Richmond Hill was named to the president's list for the summer 2007 term at Georgia Southern University. She acheived a perfect 4.0 grade point average with a minimum of 12 credit hours for the semester.


Shuman earns COBA honor

Georgia Southern University recently awarded local students scholarships. Following is a list of area recipients:

- Meredith Shuman, of Pembroke, membership in the COBA Corporate Leadership Council.

Membership in the COBA Corporate Leadership Council (CLC) in the College of Business Administration not only includes a scholarship, but also the opportunity for both scholarly and professional benefits that sets the recipient apart from other business students. Members will interact with business faculty from the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and with executives from many well-known companies. As a CLC Scholar, members will also act as an ambassador for the College of Business and become involved with many outreach activities and special events.

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