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The Seminole State College Educational Foundation’s annual recognition banquet, set for 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 1, in the Enoch Kelly Haney Center, will include recognition of college alumni, students, staff and supporters.
Long-time Seminole State College employee Don Gill will receive the “Distinguished Service Award” for his long-time support of the college and commitment to students and the institution. Gill, who retired from the College in 1991, still makes his home in Seminole.
Also during the May 1 banquet, Rick Best, Ryan Kelly and Carl Packwood will be inducted into the Seminole State College Alumni Hall of Fame. (full alums article)
Rick Best Ryan Kelly
Students in the Seminole State College Mu Alpha Theta Math Club recently toured Enviro Systems, Inc. of Seminole. Craig Froelich, the President of Enviro Systems, Inc. gave the group an overview of the company, its products, and processes. Addressing the mathematics students, Froelich stated the need in the job market for engineers who possess integrity, a strong work ethic, and great processing skills. (full enviro article)
Seminole State College’s Upsilon Alpha chapter of the English Honor Society Sigma Kappa Delta inducted 13 students in an evening ceremony last week. Students must have completed 12 hours of college credit, have earned at least a 3.3 grade point average, and received at least a grade of “B” in English composition, writing, or literature classes to be eligible for membership.(full english article)