FSC Recognizes Superlative Seniors
FSC senior Christina Martin was named the 2009 Honor Walk recipient Sunday evening at the annual Southern Celebration of senior awards.
Ms. Martin is a psychology major who is graduating with a perfect 4.0 grade point average and a number of College and national honors. She is a McClurg Scholar and a President's Scholar and has served as president of FSC's Omicron Delta Kappa Circle. She also was named the national 2008 Omicron Delta Kappa Leader of the Year. She also was a member and leader in the Association of Honors Students, Southern Ambassadors, the Student Government Association, the Vagabonds, and Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Other awards presented Sunday included:
During his years at FSC, Mr. Corbin founded TZeDeK, a social justice club, to connect people on campus with international organizations dealing with poverty, human trafficking, child soldiers, and other pressing human rights issues.
Ms. Dames has served as president of the Multicultural Student Council and Toastmasters and as a Resident Adviser in the Greek Village. She was instrumental in bringing the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., to FSC.
Mr. Posey is a member of the prestigious honor societies Phi Kappa Phi and Omicron Delta Kappa; has served as president of Toastmasters; was SGA Representative of the Year; and was a Resident Adviser in both Hollis Hall and Publix #61.
Ms. Huebner served as president of the American Chemical Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon-Mathematics, and Toastmaster International. She also was awarded an undergraduate scholarship to conduct biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health.
Ms. Martin was president of Omicron Delta Kappa and was a leader in Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was named ODK's national Leader of the Year in 2008.
Mr. Manning has served as president of the Student Government Association and was a Resident Adviser. He was a leader in Lambda Chi Alpha and the Chapel Praise Band.
Ms. Kohlhepp has served as an Orientation Leader and Resident Adviser, and she helped fellow students by working in the Student Solutions Center.